How much different is it than mw2?
My friends are either ecstatic and are playing 24/7
Or others are saying it's just a map pack for 60 bucks.
You can't riot shield the old way at all. You must use specialist when it was already hard enough to riot shield in MW2 (Side note your grenades affect the shit outta you with a riot shield it's almost worthless to throw yourself unless you completely are away from it. In MW2 it wasn't like every gun had steady aim, you can go from any range on this game and spray your gun without steady aim and get at least hit markers. People say this game is balanced gun wise I'd like you to look at PP90 and the UMP is just as strong as it was in MW2. The maps are all too small imo. It's like playing in a box in BLOPS and MW2, I loved luring kids in with shots on the maps that create a red dot on their map, you do it on any of these maps they are there buy the time your 5th bullet comes out. Scavenger isn't even worth it. You get nothing but ammo from it. I understand they did it to combat the noobtube but really no grenades such as emp or concussion. I mean you already hindered the shit outta them by making the throw extremely long. Game is extremely gun on gun. Not many battle with people involve cool tactics like dropshoting as you die so quick. Setting up traps can't be done in this game. Plus other tactical things mentioned above.
Other fixes I wish they would make:
-When someone swings around and does knifing motion and gets a kill despite you being hit with the fcukin handle. Also the hit radius for a knife is ridic.
-Spawns spawns spawns. They are terrible but that's the case for most shooters but the smaller maps make it retarded. Fun Fact: In Free for all you can sit in one place and turn back and forth and there will always be someone who spawns in front or behind you constantly.
I've actually considered selling this game as it added so much and forgot the basics. The people who say it is like MW2 prob never tried everything on MW2. It is similar but the differences ruin the experience entirely.