GCO: "When first showing the Modern Warfare 2 teaser trailer (shown below), there was an underwater snippet shown, which left many questioning if there was going to be an underwater level of some kind playable in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2."
Guns jam underwater.... Don't know about real modern weapons, but thats what I studied in few military books I read.... Keep Guns away from water and sand.... But would have loved to have an underwater part....
There is an underwater portion in the game; it has to do with infiltrating an enemy position.
WTF? Who seriously though there was.
Infantry combat never took place underwater, why is this a surprise? It ain't f***in Super Mario.
Actually, there are specially made guns for the Navy that are designed to shoot will submerged underwater. Most guns not designed to fire underwater will jam or even break but not the specially made Navy guns.
got off the hook this time. Sorry but I had to do it.
Well did they atleast still kept in the spaceshuttle combat? >.>
hopefully you get out of the water in first person view for that scene though
It'll still get 10/10's across the board, and hailed as the most innovative and best game of the last century.
Finally, a developer that can take a few steps back and say "Underwater levels are a stupid idea."
Agreed 100%! :D
I would not mind trying an underwater level shooting someone with a harpoon gun or planting underwater explosives would be fun
No game ever did underwater combat well besides Syphon Filter: Logan's Shadow.
That would be a little too innovative for IW....still going to be an AMAZING game =)
Or maybe it just didn't fit the story they are unfolding. Agreed, this game is going to be amazing.
I thought there was going to be a fishing mini-game and you could use the items you caught to forge new guns. Oh well.
oh see the now the game fails.. no one should buy it, the game is completely ruined now j/k :)
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