It is bombastic, dude-bro all-in fighting from start to finish and there’s months of replayability with the online multiplayer. It’ll get gun game fans not only through Christmas but most of 2023 too because it’s so damn moreish. For that reason it’s not only a top-tier game but one with huge value-for-money.
Call of Duty Modern Warfare II opted for a new graphics engine, and the result was outstanding. Visually it looks impressive, especially in the water effects. The combat mechanics are great, and the multiplayer is also entertaining. Despite being short, the campaign is enjoyable and worth finishing, not only to unlock extras but also to appreciate all the technical advances this title has to offer. Its price is high, and it makes perfect sense to buy it if you are a fan of the series. We also recommend being patient and finding the best offer first.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 distances itself from the original titles and is below in quality even from the 2019 game. It is still a great option as an FPS and delivers plenty of content, but it is clear that an evolution did not happen as expected.
Modern Warfare 2 is a Call of Duty game without any surprises, but that in itself is also no surprise. Some new features do not flourish, but Modern Warfare 2 is a traditionally complete game thanks to its great multiplayer and almost nostalgic single player.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is the usual well crafted FPS, but it could just have been an update for the previous entry. It has a new campaign, but some of its moment are way more worrying than intriguing, at best.
A somewhat droll campaign will greet players of Modern Warfare II. It's a short bombastic romp with some fun gunplay moments and fantastic graphics. The multiplayer, however, is a miss as it is no longer a properly combined entity and the lack of replayability is disappointing. A recommendation for CoD fans but for anyone even slightly on the fence perhaps keep shopping or waiting for a sale.
Mw2 was used to upgrade weapons and jump into warzone. Dmz was not fun for my squad. MP maps were mid and mainly played shipment and shoot house. Groundwar was too open and doesn't come close to the greats like battlefield 1. Tactical movement and strategy shined in this game and drill mines gave you a method to smoke out campers. Pay to win was minimal and weapon balancing picked up over time after the rpk was king for a few months.
It's not a good CoD, but also not one of the worst. That honor belongs to Vanguard and Cold War. I'd say this MWII is on par with Ghosts more or less. No red dots in the minimap, an awful perk system, no real reload cancel, and a grotesque SBMM that manipulates respawns and damage to make every match competitive. It's all in there.
SummaryA global squad of iconic veterans and new legends of yet untold clandestine missions, these Operators are set to deliver a new era of Call of Duty when Modern Warfare II releases on October 28, 2022.
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