The ongoing beta for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has quite a few bugs, but one player is experiencing one of the worst visibility issues to date.
Almost everyone is interested in its upcoming release Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 tuned into the game’s ongoing beta testing phase, but there have been some bugs. This is a replacement for COD the beta phases of games for the most part, but it sure throws up some excitingly weird mid-match situations every now and then.
In fact, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 had some lighting and smoke rendering issues, and one player was unlucky enough to encounter the most severe variant of this problem the community has seen yet. Their screen was completely filled with seemingly unusual smoke, making it impossible to continue playing the game.
Reddit user llWhiskeySourll posted his experience with a volumetric rendering that appears to be distorted. What makes it kind of hilarious, though, is the fact that a completely different bug allows some Modern Warfare 2 the fields see through the smoke. In fact, this means that it’s entirely plausible that someone had a perfectly clear picture of what llWhiskeySourll was doing, while they themselves couldn’t see anything at all.
Its second weekend Modern Warfare 2Its beta added more maps and other varied content, while allowing PC and Xbox players to jump into the fray. With more platforms and players invited to try out the game, it was only a matter of time before more bugs and issues were revealed, allowing Infinity Ward to patch things up before the game’s late October release date.
Unfortunately, hackers destroy some Modern Warfare 2 they already have matches, which means they will have a presence in the full game as well. It is currently unknown how many malicious players are present in the beta, but it seems that the chances of encountering them are relatively high right now. Whether it’s a bigger problem than the beta’s wealth of bugs and other various technical issues is an entirely different matter.
It’s worth noting that some of the beta’s bugged features worked in players’ favor as well. That is, one Modern Warfare 2 The player had access to unreleased weapons, showing them off to the rest of the community. The beta only allows access to a very limited number of weapons and attachments, but the full game will have a much more substantial array of options to choose from. With any luck, Infinity Ward will be able to fix the smoke-related issues for the full release.
Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 releases on October 28 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X.
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