Following the recent Modern Warfare 2 Beta, Infinity Ward have revealed a series of important changes they will be making to the game.
Call of Duty players were eager to get a slice of the action in the recent Modern Warfare 2 Beta after having waited for months, those on PlayStation were able to dive straight in on week one and begin exploring what the title has to offer.
It didn’t take long for feedback from fans to start pouring in, and while many were enjoying the experience, there were a few complaints regarding the loud footsteps in the game, the controversial Perk changes amongst other things.
Following this feedback, the devs have released a new update detailing what changes will be made.
A number of players have complained that footstep sounds in the game are too loud with reports claiming that players were able to hear their enemies through surfaces making it impossible to go undetected.
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Infinity Ward said they will be “reducing the range of footstep audio for various player movement states” which will also include tactical sprinting, sprinting and much more.
There were also a number of complaints to the changes made to Perks, instead of choosing Perks in the create a class system, players now need to select a Perk Package which consists of some regular Perks as well as bonus Perks that can be unlocked.
The team said “some players love it and others feel it’s an unnecessary departure from the original system”.
“We feel it’s a nice shake up to how Perks work and to the general progression of a match. We’ve also balanced Ultimate Perks to be more powerful as you earn them later in the match”.
Another hot topic was that slide canceling had been completely removed from Modern Warfare 2 as well as Warzone 2, however it didn’t take players long to come up with a new way to do this.
It will be interesting to see how the second round of the Beta will go and what feedback players will have for the team.
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