In the multiplayer pre-game lobby, a Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 player has discovered a significant flaw with the weapons.
The way players’ weapons are displayed in the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 pre-game lobby is glaringly flawed. One of the game’s players has become interested in this problem. This is one of the most recent criticisms of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’s user interface that players have made since the game’s public beta launch.
The pre-game lobby is typically made to serve as a waiting area for players before joining a match in most multiplayer games. Games frequently include tools that let players alter their load-outs and appearance before a match. It gives Modern Warfare 2 players a place to adjust their weapon load-outs before a game, view the available challenges, and see the characters of their teammates with whom they will be fighting.
The game’s lobby has a glaring flaw, according to Redditor Cschultz1212. Instead of holding their weapons, each team member will hold the same weapon as the player character. This user and numerous others in the post’s comments openly stated that they preferred the UI of earlier games and bemoaned that this most recent Call of Duty game has such problematic UI issues that have not yet been resolved.
Everyone just holds your gun in the Lobby screen and It’s stupid. from ModernWarfareII
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’s player base has publicly expressed its displeasure and frustration with the game’s UI and performance issues, many of which have existed since the game’s public beta first started in September. After the first beta weekend, the game’s creator, Infinity Ward, promised players that UI fixes would be implemented in the weeks before the game’s release in late October. To the players’ dismay, the game’s UI design has remained essentially unchanged despite these assurances.
While the UI is undoubtedly the most apparent problem Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 players have, there are other problems the game has had since its release. The technical launch of Modern Warfare 2 was rocky due to issues with matchmaking, problematic spawns, and numerous bugs. That has yet to prevent the game from setting franchise sales records and keeping a strong player base. To keep their players happy, this would encourage the developers to carry out these fixes right away. However, it is impossible to predict whether or when some of these requested fixes will appear.
Available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S is Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.