EDIT: Just seen a post apparently this is in every game mode EVEN SOLOS hahahaha this is absolutely moronic...
This is such a bad change, no one asked for or wanted. Leave this to TLMs please don't add stupidly overpowered things like this into the standard modes. This has been added to the list of random happenings, so like a FIRE SALE etc, now there is a chance for a jugg to just randomly spawn. So so stupid.
Cod mobile they added a god damn tank to the BR, don't take notes from that shitheap please..
it was pretty cool to be able to tell what perks people were using right away when you look at someone. if you saw someone with flack jacket run into a building, you knew that a grenade wont kill them, so you wont waste your time. if you see someone across the map run into a building and they were wearing a ghillie suit you knew they had ghost, then your team gets a uav and it says the building is empty. nowadays you might assume he ran back out of the building but back then you knew "nah this guys has ghost he's definitively still in there"
nowadays it still trips me up when someone with a ghillie suit has EOD cause in my head those are contradictory
Edit: i guess black ops 1 is what i thought of in my mind but im also referring to other cods like mw2 where your skin is reflective of your gun. On games like that if someone had a ghillie suit you knew not to challenge them at long range cause they have a sniper
Edit2: imagine this in MW2019, you see 2 people in the distance through... keep reading on reddit ➡
TL;DR: use Windows 10's compact to transparently compress your files/OS on-disk, with a minimal increase in processing time when opening. Open-source GUI alternatives on GitHub are CompactGUI by ImminentFate, and Compactor by Freaky.
Everyone knows about the insane install size of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and this has been cause for a lot of contention the past couple of weeks. In fact, it isn't just this game, but several others, like Ark, Assassin's Creed: Odyssey (nearly 100 GB here), and worst of all, flight simulators. A warning to all of you wide-eyed new entrants to MSFS: be prepared to allocate virtually your entire SSD/HDD to it. I own X-Plane 11, a competitor sim, and have well over 130 GB of scenery (this is... keep reading on reddit ➡
Really, just remove quick throw. It is OP as hell, especially with VOGs. And it dont make any sence, it is unrealistic and it takes away from the true tactical gameplay. Grenade is a powerfull tool, but it has to be prepared fo use. IRL you cant just grab and throw it in one second, no sane person would carry his greanades primed and dangling on his molle straps over his rig - its just suicide. If you want to throw a grenade - you have to do multiple actions befor and they all take time and make some noise (open grenage pouch, take nade out, unbend safty pins, pull the ring out, NOW you are ready to throw, mind that all this is done with gear and gloves on). Your enemy can actually figure out what you are up to and prepare or push you, if you didnt prepared for that befor and nobody covering you.Grenades should be a tactical resorce not the mobile artillery that they are now.
And the best thing is - we already have all mechanics we need, We just need to remove the quick throw for ever... keep reading on reddit ➡
Don't know why I am not getting proper sleep these days. Took twice cold shower but still not getting myself into sleep. Maybe I need to study a bit.
We are excited to usher in the second phase of the Public Test Build. For a better understanding of the goals of this public test build, please see our post about round one. Here are the details of round two of this public test build:
Test starts today, July 24th (PDT)
In addition to some bug fixes, and optimizations, there is some new content experience in this rou... keep reading on reddit ➡
I buy, and play video games to relax. I think the majority of people also do the same, that's the core of a video game is being able to have fun (right?). Do I try my absolute hardest, and test myself and my skills sometimes? YES! That's an integral part of what makes video games fun. But, that doesn't mean that's what video games, or online multiplayer experiences are all about? That's surely not what they're centered around. They're about having fun, getting to relax and unwind at your leisure, and being able to play with your friends in a stable online environment.
This game forces you into a select group, pitting you up against players of your "similar" skill level. By definition, that's not "casual" that's competitive. This game is not made for "casuals", it's made for noobs to feel good about themselves. What other conclusion can you come to? Infinity Ward changed the fundamental quality of Call of Duty, casual play.
I am taking extra precautions to ensure nobody's accounts or games are put into jeopardy. I have been doing this for a while now but I want to expand precautionary measures to make sure trading stays safe for everyone. I prefer receiving and providing steam keys. You must let me know what region you are in before we initiate the trade. Game trading is against Humble TOS so always be aware of that and trade with other users who you know are looking out for your interests as well.
DO NOT LINK YOUR STEAM PROFILE TO YOUR HUMBLE ACCOUNT
**Also, as always, be wary of anyone impersonating me in pms or on Steam. I will generally not add you on Steam unless we come to agreement, so make sure you are only taking to my reddit username or my steam profile, which can be found [here](https://steamcommunity.com/id/CeleryMan72... keep reading on reddit ➡
I know current CoD has it's problems.
But I feel they raised the bar so high in so many aspects, that a new CoD by different developers won't come even close.
This is the fist time I enjoy a CoD since MW1/MW2 days. For the first time, it didn't fee like same 3 lane maps and reskinned models. This time, CoD had a soul. Something most games lack now days.
Just feel so sad that this game is coming to an end just for the sake of having an annual release.
COD Moblie is finally approved in China! It's been a year since their partner Tencent applied for COD Mobile's license, it's really hard to get licensing for video games in China since the licensing rules reform.
Think about that crappy PUBG Moblie has almost 30m players in China, this approval is likely gonna bring at least 30M new players for COD francise, thats almost the same as the Bllizzard's whole MAU base.
BTW, I am super bullish that Diablo Mobile(coming this year) and D4 are gonna add tremendous amount of players to Blizzard's MAU base (Blizzard's lagging MAU is probably the reason ATVI was down yesterday). So their future looks bright to me.
Source: There's no English news report yet since the Chinese gov just annouced it, heres the chinese link: https://inews.hket.com/article/2717152/%E3%80%90%E9%87%8D%E7%A3%85%E6%89%8B%E9%81%8A%E3%80%91%E9%A8%B0%E8%A8%8A%E3%80%8A%E4%BD%BF%E5%91%BD%E5%8F%AC%E5%96%9A%E6%89%8B%E9%81%8A%E3%80%8B%E3%80%81%E7%B6%B2%E6%98%93%E3%80%8A%E5%93%88... keep reading on reddit ➡
Thinking back to what I thought where the CoD glory days; CoD 4, MW2, MW3 and comparing it to MW 2019, makes me think this CoD is actually the most balanced, properly supported CoD ever.
Imagine emptying a clip into someone and seeing a little red medic sign pop up, yeah, that was juggernaut perk....
Chasing that guy into a building and finally killing him, only to watch him drop a grenade upon his death, and kill you in return, yeah, that was martyrdom perk.
Getting noobtubed by a camper (yes camping has been in CoD for over 15 years)...
to then go find that camper, drop him, but to then still be killed by him with his pistol, yes, that was the last stand perk.
Or how about going 3-0 in Search and Destroy, “Server interrupted”, wait what? Game over, CoD 4 didn’t even have dedicated servers (PS3) Back to the menu, game loss.
What about getting 1 hit killed EVERY TIME by an exploit, the M40A3 + ACOG never got fixed in CoD 4 and ran rampant in every lobby. Exploits are fixed prett... keep reading on reddit ➡
Clayster’s tweets in response to the Sib situation are actually baffling to me. His response, and those like it, are overblown so much more than the actual response to what Sib did.
>“... an AM playing CHI can use a word when he's heated at the toxicity he's getting in his chat and get dropped from his team, but a pro can call another pro the same word on stream (last year) and nobody cares.”
That’s willfully misstating the situation to bolster your argument. There were plenty of people who cared about JKap saying that last year, even if it didn’t result in his being dropped. Also, one person doing something wrong doesn’t justify someone else doing something wrong, no matter the repercussions either of them did or did not face.
>“Cancel culture is whack, people make mistakes.”
There are legitimate issues with “cancel culture” but that’s not even what’s really happening here. Cancel culture, to me, is some bored person... keep reading on reddit ➡