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MW2 Bullet Drop Scope Glitch prevents players from acquiring sought-after attachment

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Nico Vergara Updated on by

MW2 players are once again encountering another in-game glitch which prevents them from acquiring a popular attachment through the traditional method of leveling a weapon up.

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In its current state, players can only acquire the desired bullet-drop calculating scope by purchasing a specific bundle. It’s because the Sniper Rifle that needs to reach Level 28 to obtain it stops gaining experience one level earlier.

Multiple Reddit users have voiced their complaints as they now have to go through another one of these in-game bugs. Players are especially frustrated because these errors often aren’t fixed immediately as it’s “low on the developer’s priority list”.

If you want to get your hands on the coveted Raptor-FVM40 Scope, you’ll have to spend 2400 COD points to unlock the VII: Sloth Bundle in the shop. This grants you the Folivora Sniper Rifle, which already has the attachment in place.

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Users discovered a similar defect early on in the game’s launch which involved unlocking the Minibak submachine gun. Luckily, players have already found a solution to this issue which involves leveling up a completely different weapon.

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Additionally, more attachment glitches have also been found for the Hex 40 Grip and the Xten Black Kite Suppressor. Some players have reported acquiring the latter by leveling up the Hurricane SMG. However, there is currently no known process on how to acquire the former.

At the time of writing, Infinity Ward and Blizzard are yet to issue announcements or fixes regarding these problems. Hopefully, these faults will soon be addressed as it will only improve the in-game experience for the community in the long run.

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