Exclusive to PS4 and PS5 owners, this first beta phase of Call of Duty Modern Warfare II has effectively made it possible to trace some well-known problems…
Call of Duty Modern Warfare II: The studio is not determined to listen to its players
Thus, the lucky few who were able to take advantage of this test version for a few days were quite disappointed to see many of the issues reported during the release of the Modern Warfare reboot in 2019 making their way back to this installment. One of the elements noted is the fact that the mini-map does not automatically highlight the position of enemies, thus requiring the use of a drone.
Similarly, the management of Dead Silence is another sensitive point. Here, this perk is considered a field improvement governed by a cooldown and can only be used for a limited time. In addition, footsteps seem too prominent, so much so that we can usually hear an enemy several meters away. Another well-known point of the developers who obviously did not wish to solve it…
Finally, the SBMM is still present and should allow more casual players to be able to enjoy the game without constantly being faced with more regular players. Unfortunately, this technology is clearly not to the liking of all fans wishing, from time to time, to be able to take advantage of a lower level lobby.
As a reminder, the final version of Call of Duty Modern Warfare II will be available October 28, 2022 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series.