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Ranks is a feature in many of the MC games which is used to unlock new items. The relevance of ranks differs strongly between games.

Modern Combat 2: Black Pegasus Edit

Ranks play a big part in Black Pegasus. Every weapon and perk can only be unlocked by ranking up; however, once unlocked, every item can be immediately used, without any purchases.

Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation Edit

Everything has to be unlocked by rank before being able to buy it.

Veteran Mode Edit

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Modern Combat 3 Veteran Mode emblems in correct order

Veteran Mode is available to players once they reach rank 90 (President III). There are 10 different prestige emblems. Everytime you reach rank 90 the veteran mode option reappears.

If you choose to go into Veteran Mode, you will go back to rank 1 and have to unlock everything again in exchange for a new emblem and an achievement (only for the first time you do it). You will not lose any of your credits and once you get to the rank of something and unlock it, you will only have to purchase it if you haven't bought it before.

Trivia Edit

  • The first emblem for the Modern Combat 3 veteran mode is possibly based on the Defense Distinguished Service Medal.

Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour Edit

Ranks in Zero Hour don't influence weapons. Weapons can be purchased with credits anytime. Specialization perks are unlocked each 10 ranks until Rank 40.

Veteran Mode Edit

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Modern Combat 4 Veteran Mode emblems in correct order

Veteran Mode appears in Modern Combat 4 with a few tweaks. Now, if you reach rank 50 (General) you will have the veteran mode option unlocked. There are 15 different emblems.

If you chose to go into Veteran Mode you will go back to rank 1. You will not lose any credits, guns, attachments and grenades. The only thing that you will lose are perks. But just like MC3, once you unlock them, you will only have to purchase them if you haven't before.

Modern Combat 5: Blackout Edit

LevelsEdit

Modern Combat 5: Blackout is the first game in the series to feature a "level progression" system in which the player earns experience points (XP) from playing the campaign or multiplayer modes. One the player has earned enough XP to reach a new level, they are rewarded with 1 Skill Point (SP) which can be used to upgrade the unique skills of the soldier classes in the game, as well as gain access to new items such as new grenades. Each level is also associated with a "rank" or title:

Rank Title Unlocks Rewards
1 Cadet - -
2 Cadet First Class 1 SP
3 Private Concussion grenade 1 SP
5 Aspiring Lance Corporal Loadout 2 1 SP
6 Lance Corporal Nail grenade 1 SP
7 Lance Corporal First Class 1 SP
8 Aspiring Corporal 1 SP
9 Corporal Chaff grenade 1 SP
10 Corporal First Class Sniper • Loadout 3 • New killsign 1 SP
11 Aspiring Sergeant 1 SP
12 Sergeant Flash grenade 1 SP
13 Sergeant First Class 1 SP
14 Aspiring Staff Sergeant 1 SP
15 Staff Sergeant Impact grenadeSticky Mine 1 SP
16 Staff Sergeant First Class 1 SP
17 Aspiring Technical Sergeant 1 SP
18 Technical Sergeant 1 SP
19 Technical Sergeant First Class 1 SP
20 Aspiring Gunnery Sergeant New killsign 1 SP
21 Gunnery Sergeant 1 SP
22 Gunnery Sergeant First Class 1 SP
23 Senior Gunnery Sergeant 1 SP
24 Aspiring Master Sergeant 1 SP
25 Master Sergeant Loadout 4 • Heavy 1 SP
26 Master Sergeant First Class 1 SP
27 Senior Master Sergeant 1 SP
28 Aspiring Master Gunnery Sergeant 1 SP
29 Master Gunnery Sergeant 1 SP
30 Master Gunnery Sergeant First Class New killsign 1 SP
31 Senior Master Gunnery Sergeant 1 SP
32 Aspiring Warrant Officer 1 SP
33 Warrant Officer 1 SP
33 Warrant Officer First Class 1 SP
34 Senior Warrant Officer 1 SP
35 Senior Warrant Officer First Class 1 SP
36 Aspiring Chief Warrant Officer 1 SP
37 Chief Warrant Officer 1 SP
38 Chief Warrant Officer First Class 1 SP
39 Senior Chief Warrant Officer 1 SP
40 Aspiring Master Chief 1 SP
41 Master Chief 1 SP
42 Master Chief First Class 1 SP
43 Senior Master Chief 1 SP
44 Aspiring Command Master Chief 1 SP
45 Command Master Chief 1 SP
46 Command Master Chief First Class 1SP
47 Senior Command Master Chief 1 SP
48 Aspiring Command Officer 1 SP
49 Command Officer 1 SP
50 Command Officer First Class Support • Loadout 5 • New killsign 1 SP
51 Senior Command Officer 1 SP
52 Aspiring Second Lieutenant 1 SP
53 Second Lieutenant 1 SP
54 Senior Second Lieutenant 1 SP
55 Aspiring First Lieutenant 1 SP
56 First Lieutenant 1 SP
57 Senior First Lieutenant 1 SP
58 Aspiring Lieutenant Commander 1 SP
59 Lieutenant Commander 1 SP
60 Senior Lieutenant Commander New killsign 1 SP
61 Aspiring Captain 1 SP
62 Captain 1 SP
63 Senior Captain 1 SP
64 Aspiring Major 1 SP
65 Major 1 SP
66 Senior Major 1 SP
67 Aspiring Lieutenant Colonel 1 SP
68 Lieutenant colonel 1 SP
69 Senior Lieutenant Colonel 1 SP
70 Aspiring Colonel 1 SP
71 Colonel 1 SP
72 Senior Colonel 1 SP
73 Aspiring Brigadier General 1 SP
74 Brigadier General 1 SP
75 Senior Brigadier General 1 SP
78 Senior Major General 1 SP
80 Lieutenant General New killsign 1 SP
88 Aspiring field marshal 1 SP
89 Field-Vice Marshal 1 SP
90 Aspiring Field Marshal New killsign 1 SP
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98 High Commander 1 SP
100 Supreme Commander New killsign 1 SP
101 Shadow Ops 1 1 SP
102 Shadow Ops 2 1 SP
103 Shadow Ops 3 1 SP
104 Shadow Ops 4 1 SP
105 Shadow Ops 5 1 SP
106 Shadow Ops 6 1 SP
107 Shadow Ops 7 1 SP
108 Shadow Ops 8 1 SP
109 Shadow Ops 9 1 SP
110 Shadow Ops 10 1 SP
111 Shadow Ops 11 1 SP
112 Shadow Ops 12 1 SP
113 Shadow Ops 13 1 SP
114 Shadow Ops 14 1 SP
115 Shadow Ops 15 1 SP
116 Shadow Ops 16 1 SP
117 Shadow Ops 17 1 SP
118 Shadow Ops 18 1 SP
119 Shadow Ops 19 1 SP
120 Spec Ops

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