New Additions and Improvements in Modern Warfare 2 – Season 2

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Learn about the significant changes made to the classic multiplayer mode.

The Season 2 update for Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0 has finally arrived, and it’s packed with new features and challenges that are sure to excite gamers everywhere. The update offers a fast-paced Warzone 2.0 map in Ashika Island, the launch of Multiplayer Ranked Play in Modern Warfare II, and the return of a modern-day samurai.

Updates on Weapons Available In Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 - Season 2

In terms of weapons, there have been several adjustments made. For assault rifles, the RPK has increased initial bullet vertical recoil and horizontal recoil, while also reducing damage ranges. The Kastov 762 has had its damage ranges reduced, and the ISO Hemlock has had an issue with .300 Blackout Ammunition fixed. In the submachine gun category, the Fennec 45 has had far-damage reduced and damage against armor also reduced. Additionally, it now requires two additional bullets to break three armor plates.

For battle rifles, the FTac Recon has increased sprint speed, the Lachmann-762 has had increased damage range, but reduced ADS speed and hip spread min. There has also been an increase in hip spread while moving and sprint speed. The SO-14 has had an increase in movement speed, while the TAQ-V has reduced near damage, muzzle velocity, far-damage range, and movement speed.

Attachments and Bug Fixes In COD Modern Warfare 2 - Season 2 and Warzone 2.0 Latest Update

In terms of attachments, there have been several adjustments made as well. The incendiary ammunition has residual incendiary damage that will no longer eliminate players. There was an issue with the ammunition not being applied to armor, which has since been fixed. Additionally, there was an issue that allowed sniper rifles to down players with three armor plates in a single shot while using Incendiary Ammunition.

The game underwent various bug fixes, including addressing missing elements in the After Action Report during multiplayer mode, fixing collision issues with different elements on Embassy, and preventing players from leaving Farm 18 in Infected. Also, the developers resolved issues with player suspensions, where some players were receiving harsher punishments than intended, and corrected a problem where players were being kicked for inactivity despite actively participating in a match.

In Warzone 2.0, the playlist has several different options, including Battle Royale in Al Mazrah, Resurgence in Ashika Island, and DMZ. There were several bug fixes, including collision issues with various elements across Ashika Island, an issue preventing purchased Loadout Drop Markers from equipping to the active Loadout Field Upgrade slot, and an issue inaccurately displaying the “Placed 155th” message upon squad elimination.

The latest update includes various general bug fixes, such as; correcting the countdown timer display that showed up incorrectly whenever players entered a vehicle in an out-of-bounds region. The field upgrades have also received several bug fixes, addressing the issue that prevented deployable cover from being deployed on surfaces with broken glass shards, and another issue that caused the inflatable decoy to float in the air when deployed on water surfaces on specific maps.

In Conclusion

The Season 2 update for Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0 has brought several new features and changes that are sure to excite gamers. The fast-paced Warzone 2.0 map in Ashika Island, Multiplayer Ranked Play in Modern Warfare II, and the return of a modern-day Samurai are just a few of the many exciting additions to the game. 

With several bug fixes and adjustments made to weapons and attachments, players can look forward to an improved gaming experience. So, join the fight and dominate the battlefield like never before!

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