Gamespot met up with Infinity Ward's Robert Bowling for a final hands-on. The information is pretty much the same as before, but it's still worth the read.
Alongside the single-player story and competitive multiplayer, there will be a third option in MW2's main menu: the Special Ops mode. This section offers around 25 co-op scenarios, which can be played by one or two people either locally or online. Bowling gave us an introduction to the mode, playing a level that took place at a house in a remote location.
The mission was to pick off 40 enemies in as short a time as possible. He started off with the sniper rifle--pushing the left stick in to hold his breath and then firing into the skulls of far-away assailants. He then moved into the house, planting claymore traps for enemies who chased him, and he then took out a few more enemies that were taking refuge there. He then knifed out the windows and took up a new sniper position, and he was able to spot enemies by looking out for reflections of light in sniper rifle scopes. By the time he'd finished--about five minutes later--he'd taken out all 40 people without dying, including the heavily armed Juggernauts, which appear only in the Special Ops mode and take three sniper rifle shots or more to kill. Click here to read the rest of the article and watch the 7 minute interview with Robert Bowling.