Modern Warfare 2 players in the game’s multiplayer mode have discovered a tricky way to gain thousands of XP in no time: all you need is an enemy tank. crackdown mines and overwhelming confidence
First recorded on Reddit, this trick requires you to climb the top of an enemy tank—one with an opening—and drop suppressive mines behind the turret. Mines will activate and suppress the inhabitants of the tanks over and over as they drive around. This will earn full XP for players who drop mines.
how_to_farm_weapon_xp_fast from r/ModernWarfareII
Easier said than done: Climbing onto enemy tanks during the MW2 game draws a rather large target on your back. And getting the mines to land in the right spots requires a bit of sophistication and luck. More than a few players in the comments on the original Reddit thread concluded that it might be more efficient in normal gameplay. As it is very difficult to climb onto enemy tanks and place mines in the right spot without being sneaky or running through.
However, if you manage it The possible rewards are important. Additionally, the XP scrolling markers add to the screen when you manipulate it, it has an almost intoxicating effect almost like Cookie Clicker. And if it doesn’t make up the numbers, what game is it for? If you want to try it yourself You should do it sooner. I don’t think this is a trick that Infinity Ward wants to leave in the game for long.
Modern Warfare 2 had a good launch over the weekend. (Opens in a new tab) After being released last week Although there were a few crashes and black gap errors gradually yawned. Expands to take up your entire field of vision. (Which I think developers should leave in there.) The metadata can’t be terminated yet. But players are already taking advantage of powerful sniper rifles. (Opens in a new tab) and the anti-camping drill fee. (Opens in a new tab) To ruin each other’s days, Oh, and the Amsterdam hotel is considering prosecution. (Opens in a new tab) Against the game after disagreeing with the inclusion of some degree of MW2 ups and downs, I think.