Call of Duty Modern Warfare II glitch and game modes from the beta

Call of Duty Modern Warfare II Glitch

Reports of a new Call of Duty Modern Warfare II glitch has surfaced from its beta, which we got our hands on to preview here for you all.

The Call of Duty Modern Warfare II beta is currently underway for PlayStation early access members. The Call of Duty Modern Warfare II Open Beta will officially start today, September 18th.

The open beta will run from September 18th to September 20th, then take a short two-day break; then on September 22nd, the Call of Duty Modern Warfare II Open Beta will return.

From September 22nd to 24th, Xbox, Steam, and Battlenet gamers who have preordered Call of Duty Modern Warfare II will have early access to the beta; PlayStation members will regain access. Then, from September 24 to 26th, the open beta will begin for Xbox, Steam, and Battlenet players.

So how is the Call of Duty Modern Warfare II Beta? Let’s dive into the Call of Duty Modern Warfare II Glitches and what game modes are available. Also, what is included in the Vault Edition.


Call of Duty Modern Warfare II Glitch

With the Call of Duty Modern Warfare II beta already underway, players have already found a variety of bugs and glitches in the game. The Call of Duty Modern Warfare II glitches are more accessible than prior Call of Duty Glitches.

Technically, these Modern Warfare II glitches aren’t anything game-breaking but do offer access to weapons and abilities before intended. In fact, some of these are not supposed to be able to be unlocked yet. These can help any player unlock a weapon before intended.

Unlocking the MP5

In order to unlock the Lachmann Sub (MP5) players will need to go to create a custom loadout. While the player is setting up the custom loadout, they will need to not choose a class with the Overkill perk in it, at first. Once the base class is created, players will need to equip the Expedite 12 as their primary weapon.

Once that has been equipped, players need to select the perk package menu and equipped the overkill perk. By doing so, the Lachmann-556 will be put into the secondary slot. Occasionally, the Lachmann Sub will be available to select.

Otherwise, players will need to load into a game and use the Lachmann-556 until they have unlocked the Lachmann Sub variation. Once the variation is available, players will be able to equip the Lachmann Sub (MP5) and level the gun.

Using Dead Silence

Now, this Call of Duty Modern Warfare II glitch isn’t really even a glitch, it just paying attention when building a custom loadout. When a player selects create a loadout, they are given three options to pick between Assault-Rusher, Hunter-Stalker, or Tank-Sentinel.

Looking at the classes at first glance, most will choose the Assault Rusher loadout, but this is the wrong choice. Perks can very easily be changed while building the class giving players the option to choose Overkill and Scavenger again.

For players who want to use Dead Silence, they will need to pick the Hunter-Stalker loadout giving access to Dead Silence. In the game, Dead Silence is only available once a player hits level 30. Right now, the game has a level cap of 16 at the moment. There are multiple weapons, perks, and equipment locked behind this level cap.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare II Game Modes

Going into Call of Duty Modern Warfare II, we were a bit skeptical. After Call of Duty Vanguard, Call of Duty has looked less appealing. Thankfully, Infinity Ward has managed to not reuse any prior maps while creating new ones that are interesting.

The game only has four maps available at this time; it also features five multiplayer game modes: Team Death Match, Domination, Search and Destroy, Prisoner Rescue, and Knock Out. At the moment, there are five assault rifles, two battle rifles, three SMGs, one shotgun, three LMGs, two marksman rifles, and one sniper rifle.

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