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With the exception of the missions that explicitly give you a choice and make it obvious that one mission will prevent another (specifically, not different missions, just different objectives/rewards etc) are there any missions that, by choosing to embark on them, prevent you from performing other missions? Without giving away any spoilers, there is specifically one instance I can think of in the campaign where I could see this happening, but it was never explicitly stated that choosing one mission over the other would create a permanent fork in the story line.

Does anybody know for sure (or perhaps know what I'm referencing)?

Thanks! Chris

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There is one mission like that in the final few missions that give you an option between 2 missions and depending on what you choose it makes the next mission change a bit, but it is still the same mission.

There is also one hidden objective in one of the missions that will give you access to a secret mission that can only be played by completing this objective, this mission however is not crucial to the story.

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That's exactly the answer I was looking for! Thanks! – Chris Thompson Aug 2 '10 at 17:39
Which mission has the hidden objective? – James Aug 2 '10 at 18:58
The mission is called Media Blitz – Latency Aug 2 '10 at 19:48
I played Media Blitz... but I dont recall doing anything special. – mizipzor Aug 3 '10 at 12:31
it is a hidden objective, did you get the secret mission? Becuase it is hard to find and complete the objective. – Latency Aug 3 '10 at 17:57

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