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Following the initial operations in Verdansk, the Armistice continues to dispatch agents on various missions against Al-Qatala forces.]
The alliance between Allegiance and Coalition factions begin to fracture when operators from both sides come into conflict while intercepting
an Al-Qatala chemical shipment in Urzikstan.
Some time later, Al-Qatala unleashes chemical attacks across Verdansk, forcing the two factions
to fight one another, as well as among themselves, for survival as toxic gas surrounds the city. Amidst the chaos of Armistice's fall and Verdansk's
destruction, SAS soldier and Coalition operator Ghost (Jeff Leach) requests Price to send in reliable reinforcements. Having survived the ordeal at
General Barkov's factory, Alex re-emerges and is sent to Verdansk to assist Ghost.
After intercepting a phone call between Al-Asad and Zakhaev, the
Armistice leaders learn that Al-Qatala has been shipping armaments to various bunkers located throughout Verdansk, from experimental weapon prototypes
to nuclear warheads. Price and Gaz are deployed to Verdansk to assist the ongoing war effort.
In 2019, during a covert operation to recover shipments of dangerous chemical gas headed for Urzikstan, CIA SAC/SOG Officer “Alex”
(Chad Michael Collins) is intercepted by unknown hostiles who kill the Marine Raiders accompanying him, and escape with the gas. Alex's
handler, Station Chief Kate Laswell (Rya Kihlstedt), requests the assistance of SAS Captain John Price (Barry Sloane) in recovering the
chemicals and de-escalating the situation with Russia. Twenty-four hours later, a group of suicide bombers, affiliated with the terrorist
organization Al-Qatala, attack Piccadilly Circus in London.
SAS Sergeant Kyle Garrick (Elliot Knight) is dispatched to contain the situation
with the assistance of Price and local police forces. Afterwards, Alex is sent to Urzikstan to meet up with rebel leader Farah Karim
(Claudia Doumit), who agrees to join forces in tracking down the chemicals, in exchange for his aid in overthrowing Russian forces led by
General Roman Barkov (Konstantin Lavysh). SAS forces led by Price and Garrick raid an Al-Qatala-occupied townhouse, where they learn the location of their leader, Omar "The Wolf" Sulaman (Joel Swetow).
Alex, accompanied by Sergeant Marcus Griggs (LaMonica Garrett) and his squad of Marines, move on Ramaza Hospital in Urzikstan and capture the Wolf. Later, the Wolf's right-hand man, Jamal "The Butcher" Rahar (Nick E. Tarabay), launches an attack on the United States Embassy in Urzikstan in an attempt to free the Wolf. Price, Garrick, Alex, Farah and the embassy's defense forces work together to secure the Wolf, but ultimately fail.
Farah later comes up with a plan to ambush the Wolf's men in the "Highway of Death" in Urzikstan. Her plan goes awry when Barkov's men attack both the rebel forces and Al-Qatala militants. Farah's brother and second in command, Hadir (Aidan Bristow) is revealed to be the thief who stole the chemical shipment; in an attempt to drive off the hostile forces, Hadir sets off the chemicals in the area, killing all of Barkov's men and Al-Qatala forces, with Farah and Alex narrowly escaping death.
At this point, the motivations behind the Karim siblings' animosity with Barkov is revealed. In 1999, the siblings (Sophia and Roman Coto) were left orphaned during Barkov's invasion. The two attempted to escape the country, but were captured by Barkov himself and imprisoned for the next ten years.
While in captivity, Farah rose to the rank of Commander of the rebel forces, and eventually executed a breakout from Barkov's prison camp with the help of a young Price. Back in the present day, Hadir has seemingly joined forces with Al-Qatala, forcing Farah and Price's team to take action. They infiltrate the Wolf's hidden base and manage to kill him, though fail to locate Hadir.
With the gas still at large, the United States Government declares Farah's liberation army a foreign terrorist threat. Disgusted with his government, Alex stays in Urzikstan to fight as part of Farah's army.Following intel on a possible attack in Russia orchestrated by Hadir, Price and Garrick head to St. Petersburg and meet up with one of Price's old contacts, Nikolai (Stefan Kapičić). They manage to intercept an Al-Qatala meeting and apprehend the Butcher.
As the Butcher refuses to give in to interrogation, Price resorts to using his wife and son, forcing him to comply. Garrick is given the choice to either execute the Butcher or let him live. They learn that Hadir plans to attack Barkov at his estate in Moldova, and proceed to intercept him. At the estate, the two learn from Hadir of the location of Barkov's gas factory, and narrowly escape.
However, Laswell arrives, informing Price that Russia demands Hadir be handed over to them. Price begrudgingly complies, on the condition that they keep the intel on the gas factory. Price and Garrick meet up with Farah and Alex at Urzikstan, then plan their attack on the factory. Alongside assistance from Laswell, the team advances on the factory, and attempts to use explosives provided by Nikolai to demolish the facility. However, the detonator is damaged in the fight, and Alex volunteers to set up the explosives manually, sacrificing his own life.
As Barkov attempts to escape the facility by helicopter, Farah ambushes and kills him. Farah's forces and Price's team evacuate as the factory is destroyed.With Barkov dead and disowned by Russia, Price meets with Laswell to discuss the creation of Task Force 141 in preparation against the Russian terrorist Victor Zakhaev. Price reviews the files of potential recruits with Laswell: Garrick (now nicknamed Gaz), John "Soap" MacTavish, and Simon "Ghost" Riley
Following the death of the Wolf, Al-Qatala re-emerges with a new leader, who poses a dangerous threat to Russian forces in Verdansk. Laswell, alongside Sergeant Kamarov (Gene Farber) of the FSB, authorizes a joint operation, enlisting many of the world's best operators in fighting against the new unidentified threat. The joint faction, named the Armistice, takes on various Al-Qatala operations in Verdansk, taking out several key figures within the organization: Almalik, the Landlord; "El Traficanté", the Smuggler; and AQ's head of financial operations, the Banker. Following a hostage rescue operation, the Armistice learns that Al-Qatala has been dealing in arms trade with Zakhaev, referred to in intels as "Mr. Z"; Zakhaev is revealed to have been the benefactor behind Al-Qatala's recent resurgence, and their new leader is identified as Khaled Al-Asad.