It’s the final day for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’s second beta weekend, with all three platforms concerned and crossplay enabled. There have been combined responses so far, particularly relating to the mini-map, the brand new Perk Package system, and visibility. But a superb chunk of gamers has expressed their disdain for lobbies disbanding after each match.
Fortunately, Infinity Ward is conscious of the identical. It’s engaged on “a few tweaks” to extend the prospect of lobbies remaining collectively. The UI can even obtain enhancements to alert gamers when this occurs. It’s additionally rising perk earn charges throughout all modes, although the general Perk move is being fine-tuned.
These adjustments ought to make their method to the ultimate sport. The developer also previously confirmed that it’s engaged on points with the UI when modifying Perk Packages, managing loadouts and utilizing the Armory. Fixes for these needs to be reside when the sport launches, so keep tuned for extra particulars.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 can be out there for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, and PC on October twenty eighth. Digital pre-orders can get (*2*) on October twentieth. As for Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0, it goes live on November 16th with a brand new map, Gulag, numerous adjustments, and the brand new mode rumored as DMZ for months.
We've heard rather a lot of you on disbanding lobbies. We're engaged on a number of tweaks to extend the prospect of lobbies staying collectively, and bettering the UI when it occurs.
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) September 24, 2022
We've launched a change to extend perk earn charges throughout all modes. As we proceed to fine-tune perk move, we hope to have your suggestions on this
change over the rest of Beta Weekend Two.
Visit our official suggestions thread right here: https://t.co/MGvjNpfUWu
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) September 25, 2022