Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 To Join The Xbox One Backward Compatible Library

Finally, they did it! Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is finally joining the Xbox One backwards compatible library. This happened after years of begging and now we get back online with Marathon Pro, Commando Pro and Lightweight Pro for some good run and gun gameplay.

The game is out on sale this week and you can score your own digital copy for $14.99 (if you’re an XBox Live Gold member). The price of fifteen dollars to relive some of the best online multiplayer experience seems pretty even to us and this can be the perfect thing to get all fans attracted until Black Ops 4 Blackout beta arrives.

Many people wonder why fans have been clamouring for MW 2 to return on XBox for so long? To be honest, it’s the ultimate run-and-gun Call of Duty experience and no COD multiplayer has ever experienced a game as relentless as MW 2. This is a game that you can play while you’re completely alone without having to communicate with any of the players and still have a blast at it.

Special Ops Co-Operative
A new gameplay that supports two-player co-operative play online. The game puts players into time trial and objective based missions. The users can even unlock new tougher missions and these missions include highlights from the single-player campaign along with fan favourites from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.

Multiplayer Reinvented
The new Modern Warfare multiplayer delivers new capabilities, game stats, customisation and modes, including riot shields, secondary weapons like shotguns, machine pistols, handguns and launchers, perk upgrades, dual attachments, accolades and customisable kill streaks.

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