Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, or if you like, Modern Warfare 2.2, was released at the end of October 2022 and has experienced a massive number of sales in a quick time since coming on the market. The game is the sequel to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019), which was a remake of the original Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. In the months building up to launch, the game's developer, Infinity Ward released snippets of information about the changes to the game's multiplayer suite, but mentioned nothing about its famous “Ranked Play”. So why was that?
Well, now the developer has told fans that “Ranked Play” in Modern Warfare 2 will not be available within the game until next year, according to a Tweet from Treyarch Studios. But, when it does arrive it will include all kinds of goodies such as ranked skill divisions, visible skill ratings, competitive rewards, competitive modes, and even a top 250 leader board. We’re not quite sure what they mean by “competitive rewards” but it could mean unlockable goodies or customisable stuff you gain by succeeding in “Ranked Play”. The reward system in CoD is nothing new though and has often provided early access to those who pre-ordered the games. Players of Modern Warfare 2 however will still have to wait a while to get access to “Ranked Play” modes, but at least until then they can enjoy everything else the game has to offer. One really nice feature is the new “gunsmith weapon tuning” which offers unparalleled customisation when fine-tuning your weapons to your desired requirements.
Let’s see what the future of CoD brings.