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Mosh Pit is a multiplayer playlist in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Call of Duty: Black Ops, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. A similar version, First Strike Mosh Pit was available for a short time on Call of Duty: Black Ops from February 4–6, 2011 for the Xbox 360, and March 4–6 on the PS3, followed by more variants of Mosh Pit for other map packs.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2Edit

OverviewEdit

Mosh Pit is a random combination of all game modes excluding 3rd Person Cage Match and Team Tactical. The game mode was a late addition into Modern Warfare 2 along with 3rd Person Team Tactical.

BoostingEdit

Due to the fact that Free-For-All is a possible game mode, and parties are allowed, Mosh Pit has been used for boosting hard-to-get challenges, such as those involving the Tactical Nuke killstreak. However, there isn't a definitive way to get Free-For-All as a game mode.

Call of Duty: Black OpsEdit

"First Strike Mosh Pit"Edit

A limited edition game mode was available on First Strike maps within Call of Duty Black Ops for a short period of time, an equivalent of the Modern Warfare 2 game mode.

"Escalation Mosh Pit"Edit

Escalation also featured a Mosh Pit game mode, similar to First Strike.

"Annihilation Mosh Pit"Edit

Annihilation also featured a Mosh Pit game mode, similar to First Strike and Escalation.

"Mercenary Mosh Pit"Edit

A playlist consisting of every game mode on every map, except Sabotage and Free-for-All.

Call of Duty: Advanced WarfareEdit

Mosh Pit was made available as of December 9th. A Hardcore version of it was added on January 23rd.[1]

TriviaEdit

  • The player can go into locked playlists in Mosh Pit.
  • Mosh Pit was removed from the game on the Xbox and PC on June 20, 2010 to make way for the Barebones playlists.
  • A Hardcore version of Mosh Pit was added to the Xbox 360 playlist on July 30, 2010 replacing "Hardcore Resurgence".

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