An oft-asked question coming up throughout the gaming community lately has been whether or not Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3’s M13C attachments are the same as those found in the recently released Warzone 2.
This prompted some players to investigate the matter closely, only to discover what they deemed as a “lazy” move made by the Modern Warfare 3 developers. According to them, the majority of the M13C attachments used in Warzone 2 are identical to those found in the previous installment.
In Warzone 2, the only two attachments that could be seen as being significantly better than those found in Modern Warfare 3 are the Shield and Rambo styled barrel. These are slightly larger than the standard M13C attachment but still marketed as being new and improved.
The majority of the M13C attachments in Warzone 2 are the exact same ones used in Modern Warfare 3. Some of the attachments are identical in both games with only a few noticeable differences. The Recoil Compensator, which was not found in Modern Warfare 3, is now a staple of Warzone 2's M13C attachments.
This has led some gamers to voice their frustration over what they see as a “lazy” move on behalf of the developers. Many are claiming that instead of creating new attachments, the developers decided to reuse and recycle the same ones for Warzone 2. Even though the differences are arguably minor, many dedicated fans of the series are disappointed with what they perceive as a lack of innovation.
While some gamers feel that the developers' decision was somewhat short sighted and uninspired, others have come to their defense. These people understand that the developers have limited resources and time, and that they had to make difficult decisions regarding the inclusion of certain features in Warzone 2.
No matter what side of the debate you're on, it is clear that Warzone 2’s M13C attachments have not gone unnoticed. Whether or not you find the choice made by the developers to reuse the same attachments to be lazy or a practical decision made under the circumstances, gamers have expressed their mixed opinions and started an interesting conversation about the issue.