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CoD Modern Warfare 2: watch out for weapon attachments



CoD Modern Warfare 2: watch out for weapon attachments

It’s best to stay away from attachments for your weapons.

The new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 already has a full week under its belt. Some fans have now noticed with weapon attachments that most of them give you no benefit and even give you some disadvantage.

Do trials make everything worse?

It’s not that dramatic, but in the current part of the shooter streak, you should be a little more careful about the accessories you put on your gun.

YouTube channel TheXclusiceAce has now analyzed in more detail what many gamers are already feeling. In the video you can see which attachment brings you which inconvenience.

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He explains that almost all attachments slow down aiming speed (ADS for short), i.e. actual aiming speed. In a hotly contested game, this can certainly cost you a win or two. Unfortunately, that’s not all, your weapon wobble is also rather amplified with the wrong attachment.

Nevertheless, there are useful articles

Even though many bring rather inconveniences, you still should not completely ignore weapon attachments. A visor, for example, slightly speeds up ADS time, and larger magazines also give you the usual benefits. Some attachments, like some handles, have no downsides, but no major upsides either.

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You will have to wait and see if this “problem” persists. In any case, it is advisable to take a closer look at the descriptions of individual weapon attachments before building them on your weapon.

Have you ever had bad experiences with accessories or are you not bothered by the inconveniences?

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