Fall In Soldier! COD 6 – Modern Warfare 2 – Gaming History

This entry was posted on Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

Today is the official launch of COD6 Modern Warfare 2, dubbed the most anticipated game of the decade by many gamers across the world. Oggs reviewer JC got his hands on a copy 24 hours early of the eagerly anticipated sequel to Call of Duty 4 – Modern Warfare and his verdict after 8 hours straight gaming? AWESOME!

Playing through the many levels the action is fast paced, breathtaking at times and the cut scenes look no different to the gameplay, the graphics, sound and feel is that precise and good.

All the buttons are the same, the amount of kit and mods has been cranked up and 18 player multi-player works so sweetly you just can’t put it down. A few energy drinks later and the sun rises to bring in a new fresh day and you wonder where all the time went.


Oggs.com is bringing UK gamers together via Twitter with the hash tag #MW2UK prefix and asking all UK Xbox Live gamers to ‘Fall in Soldier’ and create the largest UK COD6 Modern Warfare 2 clan to be launched tonight. By searching #MW2UK all UK gamers can tweet their Xbox Live profile name for others to befriend and enable UK players to find local gamers to set up Xbox Live Parties and take on the world.

But, it doesn’t stop there, the Americans have #MW2US to do the same and so let the battle commence. Why not start your own hashtag list from the country you are in too and see you online later.

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