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Call of Duty has recently provided a season 2 update. The Path of Ronin has been upgraded to 10 weapon challenges. Each weapons class has its own specific challenges. Assault rifles, Battle Rifles, Submachine guns, Shotguns, Sniper rifles, melee weapons, Marksmanship rifles, pistols, and launchers each have their own specific challenges. I’ve completed pistols, submachine guns, and will start working on launchers today. Here’s a link to get the specifics: https://www.callofduty.com/blog/2023/03/call-of-duty-modern-warfare-II-warzone-2-0-season-02-reloaded-himmelmatt-raid-overview#Ronin

I haven’t played the Raid part 2 yet, but will in the upcoming weeks. In order to play the Raid mission you need to get two other friends to join you. I’ll play with my brother and one of his stepsons or play with the step sons exclusively. I watched StoneMountain64 play through it with two other streamers (Fuglet and Acculite). It seems pretty short, but still worth playing in my opinion.

The new weapon they’ve just opened up is a new marksmanship rifle. Here’s a link to learn the various ways to unlock it: https://twinfinite.net/2023/03/warzone-2-modern-warfare-2-how-to-unlock-the-tempus-torrent-marksman-rifle/

If you’re like me, you relish every challenge because it is what drives me to play these games. I’m competitive and like to win, but that’s not the gist of what makes me want to play these games. Speaking of challenges, there are all kinds of missions to complete in the DMZ. One trick you can do when you’re in the DMZ is to play with a partner. When you get ready to leave, have them drop their weapon and grab it. Do this a number of times and you’ll have a full inventory of contraband weapons with 5 attachments.

Here’s another piece of advice. Always equip your weapons with suppressors. Particularly if you like going solo, like I do. Suppressor kills tend not to fire up the AI, particularly if you pick them off at a distance with headshots. Your armored AI will require two headshots to kill them, but nonetheless, the alarms do not go off, with helicopters dropping off more AI and all the rest.

When I run solo missions, I tend to avoid other players. Unless you’re surprised, many players give themselves away by either using a vehicle or starting a firefight with the AI. When I hear this, I avoid the area, and move to a spot that is less active. If you do run into another player group, send them an invite to your party or request to join them. You’ll likely get invited and then you have two or three other players to work with. I do go into the DMZ with “randos” from time-to-time, but frankly, many of them do not have any type of plan for what they want to do. I always go in with a mission in mind. I tend to only do one at a time and get the hell out.

I wanted to mention CODM for a moment. The challenges this season are Black Gold Brawl, Down Range, Loaner Loadout, Top Up Bonus Event, Out Classed, Get Madd, Team Player, and Too Attached. These challenges are terrific! If you haven’t tried them, give it a shot. They give all kinds of goodies, like new weapon skins, new character skins, new perks, and even new weapons. The Maddox is one of the new weapons introduced. It is an assault rifle and it is awesome.

Well, that’s it for today, folks. Oh! Before I leave, here is another streamer you may want to add to your watch schedule. iFerg is a streamer that highlights CODM. He has over 2 million followers and is a real treat to watch. He has all kinds of interesting insights and he offers up some great information about everything COD Mobile (CODM). Here’s the link to his channel if you’re interested: https://www.youtube.com/@iFerg

Well, that’s it for today, folks. Have a great Saturday!

Happy Gaming!