CoD fans blast “poor” MW2 stat tracking as many praise Black Ops combat record system

CoD fans blast “poor” MW2 stat tracking as many praise Black Ops combat record system
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The CoD community is reminiscing about the good old days as a large number of players are hoping for the return of the combat record system from the first Black Ops installment. Unfortunately, this means that the same fans are now also criticizing the stat tracking feature in MW2 as it seemingly doesn’t compare to the ones in previous entries.

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As has often been the case, fans of the embattled FPS title have now turned to Reddit in an effort to raise awareness about this in-game eyesore. One recently created post revolving around this specific feature continues to rise in popularity, which just proves its significance with the fickle CoD crowd.

With the thread in question continuously gaining traction, other users can’t help but chime in with some of the elements they’ve missed from previous installments. A particularly well-liked comment, which simply said that you previously had the ability to watch previous games of other players, has received a ton of support. Fans agreeing with the responder’s sentiment have noted that the current MW2 title is “going backwards” due to its obvious omission from the game.

Some users, on the other hand, are wistful at the disappearance of heat maps, which were similarly present in Black Ops 1. This mechanic allowed players to see where they were able to hit enemies, thereby allowing you to adjust your aim accordingly.

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The exclusion of these useful features has notably made fans even more frustrated at the current state of the franchise. With the notorious developers rarely communicating their plans for the game, it remains to be seen whether or not they plan on bringing back some of these convenient elements.

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