Modern Warfare 3 Campaign rewards - What are they and how to earn them
Modern Warfare 3 Campaign rewards
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Modern Warfare 3 Campaign rewards – What are they and how to earn them

More rewards to use in MW3

While the full release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is still over a week away, the Campaign mode launches into Early Access very soon. If you decide to play through the Campaign in Modern Warfare 3, you are able to earn a ton of rewards to use in multiplayer or Warzone.

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The Campaign rewards can be earned by players regardless of whether they played during the Early Access period or after MW3 has launched on Nov. 10. Those who want to experience the mode during Early Access need to pre-order any edition of MW3 and can start playing on Nov. 2. While it might not seem like a worthwhile endeavor, the Campaign should feature a terrific story and you can earn over a dozen rewards just for beating it.

Modern Warfare 3 Campaign rewards

In total, there are 14 rewards you can earn just for playing and beating the Campaign, which means seeing the credits roll after completing the final mission. You basically earn a reward for every mission you complete, as there are 15 total missions in the Campaign.

Look below to see all of the available rewards and what mission they are unlocked on:

  • Operation 627 – “Breather” Calling Card
  • Precious Cargo – 30 mins Double Player XP Token & 30 mins Double Weapon XP Token
  • Reactor – “Corso” Operator
  • Payload – “Ghillie Guy” Calling Card
  • Deep Cover – 30 mins XP Token and 30m Weapon XP Token
  • Crash Site – “Pathfinder” Operator
  • Flashpoint – “Toxic Drip” Calling Card
  • Oligarch – 1 hour Double Player XP Token and 1 hour Double Weapon XP Token
  • Highrise – “Doc” Operator
  • Frozen Tundra – “Skull Rhapsody” Calling Card
  • Gora Dam – 1 hour Double Player XP Token and 1 hour Double Weapon XP Token
  • Danger Close – “Jabber” Operator
  • Trojan Horse – Soapy Emblem and Brogue Weapon Blueprint
The Campaign rewards in MW3. Image via Activision

The only Campaign mission to not offer a completion reward is “Passenger.” Every other mission gives you a reward upon its completion.

How to earn the MW3 Campaign rewards

If you want to earn all of the rewards you see above, just complete the Campaign and all of the 15 missions in it.

I would assume the Campaign will take roughly 10 hours to beat. Of course, it also depends on what difficulty level you’re playing at and how fast you’re running through the missions. Players who speed through can likely get it done in eight hours while those who take their time and die a lot might reach upwards of 12-15 hours.

Either way, once the end credits roll after the 15th mission, you will have unlocked all 14 possible Campaign rewards in MW3. These rewards are then automatically added to your account and can be accessed across multiplayer and Warzone.

The MW3 Early Access Campaign launches on Nov. 2 while the full game releases on Nov. 10.

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