It seems that the release of two “almost identical” weapon skins for Modern Warfare 2 has caused a bit of a stir among the Call of Duty community. The skins, which are only available for purchase with in-game currency, are only for sniper rifles. The skin has been criticized by some players for their similarities.
While the original poster of the Reddit post, where the skins were first noticed, stated that they actually liked the skins. The post sparked a debate among CoD players about whether or not this was a good thing. On one hand, players who are fans of the Ghillie-style sniper can now get that look for two of their rifles. While these are paid skins and many players feel that they should offer more variety and uniqueness for their in-game currency.
The discussion also touched the issue of the wide range of skins that’s been introduced in Call of Duty entries. Previous games, such as Black Ops Cold War and Vanguard, have featured themed weapon skins. It also has a variety of different themes, from anime to dragons. However, Modern Warfare 2’s skins have been more subdued, leading to criticism from some players.
Call of Duty Community Divided on Weapon Skin Preferences
It’s clear that the CoD community has a diverse range of preferences when it comes to weapon skins. Some players are calling for more realistic military skins, while others prefer more extravagant and varied options such as those featuring anime themes or iconic figures like Snoop Dogg. The debate over these “almost identical” skins has highlighted the divide among players. Players are arguing that they offer a useful option for those who want a certain style of a sniper rifle. While others believe that paid skins should offer more variety and uniqueness.
Ultimately, it seems that the Call of Duty community is divided on the issue of weapon skins and their variety. Some players are seeking more realistic options, while others prefer more imaginative and varied choices. It will be interesting to see how the developers respond to these differing opinions. It’s whether or not they will continue to release skins that cater to a wider range of preferences.