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Activision and Call of Duty staff have finally released an extensive blog post detailing the features that are set to arrive with MW2 Season 2 Reloaded. Aside from the usual cosmetic inclusions, the latest midseason update will apparently also be bringing in three new MP party game modes to the fray.
The match types that will be arriving upon the patch’s release include modes called Drop Zone, All or Nothing, and One in the Chamber. CoD veterans will surely recognize all three of these selections as they had previously been introduced within classic titles like Black Ops and Modern Warfare 3.
The introduction of these game modes will surely satisfy fans that have been feeling jaded with what MW2 currently has on offer. All or Nothing and One in the Chamber in particular should be an enjoyable experience for players due to their unique rules and conditions.
For those unfamiliar, All or Nothing starts operators out with 20 Throwing Knives and a gun with no ammo. Killing other players will grant users with additional perks, such as Scavenger, which they can then use to gain even more of an advantage. The main goal of the game is to be the first to get 20 kills so each match should be a relatively quick affair.
On the other hand, One in the Chamber is exactly what its name implies – you’ll be given a gun with one bullet. However, any hit to the body is considered a kill and a successful elimination will give you an additional bullet for your next fight – granted you don’t miss, that is.
Last but not least, Drop Zone is essentially a variant of Hardpoint that tasks players with capturing a specific area. The twist is that groups successfully holding the designated location will be greeted with a Care Package that contains an important killstreak.
Now that all of these additions are set to grace the embattled MW2 installment, fans will surely be satisfied with what Infinity Ward and Raven Software have cooked up so far. However, only time will tell if they can keep this up as the CoD community still has plenty of doubts about the current entry.