Modern Warfare 2 UI Concerns
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Having wrapped up its first beta testing phase, it has received a wealth of valuable feedback from the player base, although many have raised questions about the game’s general UI and custom interface. Those concerns were raised almost immediately, and developer Infinity Ward has now added to the issue, promising improvements will be made.
That is, although Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2‘s gameplay seems to offer a logical continuation and evolution of its 2019 predecessor, while the UI doesn’t seem to. Players have criticized its oversized buttons and illogical menu orientation, and Infinity Ward promises that the team has “found some UX issues and some bugs,” although fixes and changes won’t be deployed over the second beta testing weekend.
Player wants to change UI Modern Warfare 2 Almost immediately after experiencing the game’s custom interface and item selection screen. Some even argue that the existing UI is built for phones rather than the more comprehensive input options of a PC or console. Thankfully, Infinity Ward is now taking this feedback into consideration and will be addressing “editing perk packs, managing loading, and accessing the armory” as well as addressing various UI bugs that have been discovered.
Of course, the game’s UI isn’t the only problem players encounter.Controversial minimap Modern Warfare 2 For example, deliberately leaving it as-is is sure to be a major annoyance for many gamers. It seems more than ever that Infinity Ward needs to be careful between ignoring player feedback and maintaining a cohesive vision for the game.
Amid all these potential issues, it’s also worth pointing out that this game is, in many ways, a step in the right direction. Modern Warfare 2For example, its weapon handling showcases flawless and highly satisfying animations, and its customization features promise a deeper, more interesting metagame than many expected to see. Needless to say, many of the issues in this beta will likely be resolved during the game’s late October release window.
However, the biggest question mark right now is not whether the UI will be improved, or whether there will be enough content to keep players busy.Instead, it’s the strange disappearance of Marina Bay Modern Warfare 2The massively sold map is nowhere to be found and appears to be actively being purged from the game’s official media. In fact, Infinity Ward’s feedback summary doesn’t even mention it in any capacity, underscoring how odd this is.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 It will launch on October 28 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
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