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How Many Kills for a Nuke in Modern Warfare – Killstreak Guide

by Ginny Woo

A much-discussed aspect of the new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has been its killstreaks and the use of enhanced weaponry based on your multiplayer performance. Some of the killstreaks that are available have been a little controversial, but if you’re wanting to know how many kills for a nuke in Modern Warfare, then we’ve got you covered. 

How Many Kills for a Nuke in Modern Warfare – Killstreak Guide

Killstreaks are a big part of what makes the landscape of multiplayer in Modern Warfare exciting because of the variety of ways they allow you to dispatch your enemies. If you’re interested in what it takes to get a nuke, which is the pinnacle of your killstreak prowess, you’re going to need 30 kills.

This nuke will essentially end the game and obliterate your competition but honestly, if you’ve managed to rack up a 30-kill killstreak then you deserve that win. Here’s a list of the other killstreaks and their kill requirements in case you’re particularly curious. Having everything you need to know about them handy in one place is probably helpful:

  • Personal Radar – 3 kills
  • Shield Turret – 3 kills
  • Counter UAV – 4 kills
  • Care Package – 4 kills
  • Cluster Strike – 5 kills
  • Cruise Missile – 5 kills
  • Precision Airstrike – 5 kills
  • Wheelson – 7 kills
  • Infantry Assault Vehicle – 7 kills
  • Sentry Gun – 7 kills
  • Emergency Airdrop – 8 kills
  • VTOL Jet – 8 kills
  • Chopper Gunner – 10 kills
  • White Phosphorous – 10 kills
  • Support Helo – 11 kills
  • Gunship – 12 kills
  • Advanced UAV – 12 kills
  • Juggernaut – 15 kills
  • Nuke – 30 kills

Now that you’re crystal clear on the killstreak requirements needed to get your hands on some artillery support and more, this should give you something to work towards in multiplayer. If you wanted to know how many kills were required for a nuke in Modern Warfare then, well, we covered that off as well. Need a hand with anything else related to Call of Duty? Check out these guides that we’ve put together to make things a little easier:

Ginny Woo

Ginny hails from just south of Mordor, and when she's not debating others about the One Ring then she's probably glued to an MMO or a JRPG. With Final Fantasy XIV, Destiny 2, and World of Warcraft on her plate, she's always got something to chat about and a sneaky guide up her sleeve. If writing's not on the cards, then she's probably drinking way too much coffee.