Players Disappointed with Domination Setup on Modern Warfare 2 Season 2 Reloaded’s New Expo Map

The new Expo map has been welcomed to Modern Warfare 2 Season 2 Reloaded, but players have identified a significant problem since its release. After the Modern Warfare 2 Season 2 Reloaded patch has been released and included some new improvements to the current season; we are already halfway through.

A mistake in the game’s tactical design and the ability to alter the blinding impact Flash Grenades inflict are two significant changes. In addition to this, Expo has made its official appearance after recently being teased. While the map is sure to be a great addition to the gaming scene, players need clarification on a significant oversight.

Exhibition map in Modern Warfare 2 Season 2 Reloaded spawning “tough.”

The developers acknowledged that they were speeding up the Expo release and will release the map alongside Modern Warfare 2 Season 2 Reloaded. Expo has the same general structure as other CoD games, but out of all the game types it supports, Domination is creating the most buzz among gamers.

What the hell is this Domination setup on the new map!?!? I wondered about drdewd in a Reddit post. They also included a picture of the flag arrangement on the map in Domination, and Flags A and B are practically close to one another, and Flag C is on the other side of the map. The top remark stated: “Man, I believe C spawners are going to be having a difficult time,” and another responded: “It’s not terrible, but it’s counterintuitive and not normal, making you question if the devs are smoking crack or trying out new stuff.”

Typically, Flags A and C are equally spaced apart from Flags B; the former flags can be found at each spawn area, while B is located somewhere in the middle. As one user noted, the usual formula has been drastically altered: “Domination is f*cked on so many maps in Call of Duty. I wonder what they are smoking with such terrible start spawn placements, poor flag placements, and odd flag orders.

Simply put, one user said: “It’s dreadful.” These flags represent a new experiment like the Santa Sena Border Crossing map, or they may be the location permanently for the foreseeable future. We’ll have to wait and see whether the developers eventually decided to move the flags.

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