Modern Warfare 2 update brings feature fans have waited for since launch
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Who’s been enjoying Modern Warfare II? I’m going to presume the answer is everyone seeing as MWII is officially the most successful Call of Duty launch of all-time. On the other hand, the reception to Warzone 2.0 has been far more mixed. I think we can all agree that proximity chat is incredible, but DMZ? Players just aren’t convinced. In fact, some are paying to avoid the Escape From Tarkov inspired mode.
MWII may be in a great place, but there’s always room for new features. If rumours are to be believed, a popular Metal Gear Solid feature may soon be on the way but forget rumours, because today I bring you something very real indeed. The latest update has introduced a feature that fans have been waiting for since launch, the CDL Moshpit Playlist.
Check out MWII’s new sniping only nuke in action below.
We’re still waiting for ranked play but for now, CDL Moshpit will tide us over nicely. For the uninitiated, the playlist essentially allows players to practise ahead of the arrival of ranked play, using the rules of Call of Duty League. As reported by ComicBook, this means that competitive 4v4 matches with Hardpoint, Control, and Search and Destroy are all enabled. The mode can be found on the multiplayer menu.
CDL Moshpit is now live!— Treyarch Studios (@Treyarch) December 1, 2022
Please take note that CDL Moshpit and CDL Private Matches share loadouts.
We recommend that players create their preferred loadouts in a CDL Private Match lobby before matchmaking to navigate restrictions easily. pic.twitter.com/P3wxI9bTBf
Announcing the news, Treyarch Studios wrote, “CDL Moshpit is now live! Please take note that CDL Moshpit and CDL Private Matches share loadouts. We recommend that players create their preferred loadouts in a CDL Private Match lobby before matchmaking to navigate restrictions easily.”
We know that ranked play will eventually arrive in 2023 and will include competitive modes, ranked skill divisions, visible skill ratings, a top 250 leaderboard, and competitive rewards. Further details are expected to be released in due course. For now though, get practising folks.