Despite fantastic content, Infinity Ward should consider changing up how they deliver content to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare players.
no i think its fine... back in the day we used to buy a map pack of 4 maps then wait 3 months for another 4... this time around we waiting 1and 1/2 month then they give you the maps in the first month
I like this way better too.
Its the best cod has had so far for content....but I still wish theyd just give everyone weapons dlc right away instead of locking them through tiers. It would suck if they raised the requirements or locking it behind the premium battle pass.
"I would like Modern Warfare to Change Their Content Release Strategy" There. Fixed it for you. They are and will keep being topsellers and don't NEED to change anything to please you.
Its fine. I am so glad they are not doing the season pass/map pack thing. When the new map packs for BO4 released it was hard to play the new maps because hardly anybody had them. This way is so much better and there is a ton to learn about the maps already here in modern warfare.
I care less about the content and more about making sure the the game works properly. There are still challenges that have been broken since "season 0".
I am really happy with COD's content approach,.. Only play it on Saturdays and Sundays when there is 2xXP (Because I don't have the time) and I am half way trough the Battlepass,.. Really happy that they chose not to sell maps and split the user base,.. So I decided I am going to support this model anyway I can.
Funny because last I checked nobody wants to play anything but Shipment and Shoothouse. The base maps are too stressful to most people because of all the potential spots you can be shot at. The camping problem is just the way people have been dealing with that design. Also alot of complaints were made towards the battle pass being boring and too much work to get through for most. It only gives you decent progress based on time played and despite their claims that XP helped too, it's a tiny percent of a bar even with 10K xp gained. For some reason I think Red Dead 2 was the first game I played where the battle pass didn't feel like a part time job to get through like so many of these games have become.
I think it's good idea, but Activision will not do this!
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