Two of the best games of 2022 came out quite recently: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II on October 28th and God of War Ragnarök on November 9th. While fans seem to be incredibly thrilled with one of these titles, the same can’t be said about the other.
Now that players have had more time with the game, it sounds like there are some major issues with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II. As explained by GGRecon‘s Jack Marsh, MWII fans have realized that this game is “specifically designed to keep you coming back by hindering the ability to unlock better weapons and attachments.”
Tyler “Wildcat” Wine, a popular influencer and content creator, is just one of the many fans that have had enough of the COD series. In a post on Twitter, Wine claimed that Modern Warfare II is “not a video game, it’s an algorithm,” adding that the game is “designed to capture as much human attention as possible and convert it into dollars.”
While fans seem upset with Modern Warfare II, that is definitely not the case with God of War Ragnarök. According to data from GfK, Ragnarök is expected to be the second-biggest launch of the year in the United Kingdom behind only FIFA 23. This would be the fourth time that a God of War game took the top spot on the UK’s boxed charts.
“God of War Ragnarök will debut at No.1 and is the first cross-gen title in the series,” said GfK boss Dorian Bloch in an interview with GamesIndustry.biz. “Day one physical sales were already greater than any other full-week launch sales for other titles in this franchise.”
(All information was provided by GamesIndustry.biz [1,2], GGRecon, and Google [1,2])
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