All Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2019 Executions Guide

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2019 Executions have been leaked online ahead of the game’s official release. According to reports, each Operator in Infinity Ward’s first-person shooter will have a unique Execution animation. To get the lowdown on what Executions are before the game’s October 25 release date, have a read of our Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2019 Executions guide. It’ll tell you what these moves are, how to perform Executions, and what each Operator can do.

What are Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2019 Executions?

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2019 Executions

Just like other games with similar mechanics, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2019 Executions will allow you to get an instant kill on opponents if you kill them from behind. You’ll need to be stealthy with your approach and be within a few feet of them. As long as you are, and you press the correct button or key at the right time, you’ll get a cool-looking animation as you earn an insta-kill.

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We know that Executions will be present in the game thanks to leaked footage posted on Twitter by charlieINTEL. In the tweet, which you can see below, the 12-second long clip shows one player chasing silently after another before taking them out from behind.

The player smacks their enemy in the back before transitioning into the animation. The animation then shows the Operator slice their opponent with a meaty knife before stabbing them in the chest to kill them instantly.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2019 Executions | All Operator animations

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2019 Executions

At the time of writing, we don’t know about every individual Operator Execution. They weren’t supposed to be leaked ahead of time, but the data miners have put an end to that hope for Infinity Ward and Activision.

Hopefully, we’ll know more about each unique Execution before October. Once we know before or after release, we’ll be sure to update this page and let you know what Execution each Operator will have.