Oct 04 2009
By: Assassin_M16 Treasure Hunter 7018 posts

- Modern Warfare 2 Information Thread - Singleplayer [1/2] -

126 replies 1194 views Edited Oct 4, 2009
Last Revision: October 3rd, 2009
On November 10, 2009, acclaimed developer Infinity Ward will make its return with the release of Modern Warfare 2, the sequel to the multiple
Game of the Year winner Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Modern Warfare 2 continues the gripping and heart-racing saga with an unprecedented
level of action as players face off agains a new threat dedicated to bringing the world to the bring of collapse.

Message of the Day: For all MW2's Multiplayer Information check out the Multiplayer Information Thread!
What's New - Thread Version: 1.35
- Completely removed Multiplayer section and moved here.
- Some articles archived.
- Three new articles added under "Articles"
- Table of contents has been updated.
- Trophy list has been added
- Other minor changes.

Table of Contents
1. General Information
   1.1 General
   1.2 Boxart
   1.3 Sites
   1.4 Helpful/Related Threads
   1.5 Pre-Order Now
2. Information
   2.1 Overview
   2.2 Articles
   2.3 Controls
   2.4 Trophy List
   2.5 Characters
   2.6 Weapons/Attachments
   2.7 Screenshots/Videos
   2.8 Other
3. Multimedia (Wallpapers, Widgets, Etc.)
   3.1 PS3 Section
   3.2 PC/Macintosh Section

1. General Information
1.1 General
Publisher: Activision
Developer: Infinity Ward  
Trophy Support: Yes
Multiplayer: Co-Op (2 Players)
Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC
MSRP: $59.99 - Standard, $79.99 - Hardened Edition, $149.99 Prestige Edition
Genre: First Person Shooter - F.P.S.
Release Date: 
November 10, 2009 - United States
November 10, 2009 - Europe
November 10, 2009 - Australia
N/A                        - Japan
1.2 Boxart
Standard Edition
- Modern Warfare 2
Hardened Edition
- Modern Warfare 2
- Limited Edition Tin Case
- Voucher to download original Call of Duty via PSN
- Artbook
Prestige Edition
- All that is included above
- Fully working NVG's (Night Vision Goggles) with IW and MW 2 trade markings included.
- Soap MacTavish sculpted head stand.
1.3 Sites
1.5 Pre-Order Now

Best Buy




2. Information
2.1 Overview

The story will be once again like a summer blockbuster, one with you playing the leaking parts! It continues where we left off in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, with the world facing dangerous political instability in Russia. Though the revolutionary warlord Zakhaev is dead — thanks to the heroics of Cpt. Price in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare — the situation hasn't improved.


Zakhaev was the villain in the last game, so once you've killed him you've allowed his underling, Makarov, to take power. He uses the death of his formal associate as a martyr scenario to take power. His agenda is even more evil than Zakhaev's was. Makarov has secured a significant power base in Russia and is embarking on a plot to threaten global security.


This is when the international community dispatches the elite squad of Task Force 141 to stop Makarov. Part of TF141 is Cpt. 'Soap' MacTavish (CoD4:MW), now a NPC grizzled veteran helping you out on these dangerous missions. For more (detailed) information you can read the article on Modern Warfare 2 by Game Informers that was leaked media April '09.




3.26.09 - Modern Warfare 2 Headed to Brazil? 


June 2, 2009 - It's arguably the hottest game of E3, but aside from a trailer that plays every couple of hours at Activision's gigantic booth you won't find it on the show floor. Instead, you have to get insider access for a small, intimate demo of Modern Warfare 2 with Infinity Ward heads Jason West and Vince Zampella. We'll try and explain everything that was shown.

Infinity Ward played a single-player level, and the demo is actually the complete version of the truncated demo shown during Microsoft's press conference on Monday. It's the snow level where you begin having to climb an icy mountain using ice picks before you use silenced weapons equipped with hearbeat sensors to sneak through Russian defenses in order to reach a downed satellite. Eventually, there's a gigantic firefight before you escape on snowmobiles in what can only be described as an intense, madcap pursuit.

This is a demo that takes place relatively early in the game, though Infinity Ward didn't want to be any more specific. The game itself is still deep in development; the company doesn't know how long the campaign will be because they're still working on levels. The designers can always remove some levels if they feel they're not up to Infinity Ward's standards, and that would affect the length of the game considerably.

If you couldn't read the fine print on the video during Microsoft's press conference, you play as Sgt. Gary "Roach" Sanderson. The hero of the first game, "Soap" MacTavish is now a captain and takes the place of the Captain Price role in the original game. So Soap finally gets a face, as well as a voice, though the one currently in the demo is temporary placeholder. You're part of what Zampella jokingly calls the "International Coalition of BadAsses," a group that consists of CIA, Delta Force, Rangers, and British SAS.

While there wasn't any briefing to explain what's going on, you and Soap must infiltrate a Russian airfield tucked high into a wintery mountain range in order to retrieve some data from a fallen satellite. The level begins with having to do some ice climbing (hold down the right trigger to plant your ice picks into the sides of glaciers). There are some hairy moments, including when your picks fail to penetrate the ice and you find yourself falling, but you eventually get atop the cliff safely.

Next you have to navigate through a blinding snowstorm, avoiding Russian patrols. To help, your silenced assault rifle is equipped with a heartbeat sensor attached to the side, and it looks almost exactly like the motion detector from the James Cameron movie Aliens. (The heartbeat sensor also seems to be taken straight from the Tom Clancy novel Rainbow Six.) The sensor lets you know when you're coming upon guards that you can't see around a corner, or are hidden behind a snow cat. The first guards you encounter you and Soap can kill with your silenced weapons, but eventually you'll need to weave through or avoid multiple guards. This is clearly meant to be a stealth sequence, but Zampella said that you could try and just blaze your way through instead. The danger is that you'll alert the guards, and that the mission gets a lot more difficult.

After planting an explosive charge on a refueling system, you infiltrate into the hanger where the satellite is located. While Soap deals with the satellite, you go upstairs to retrieve the data on a computer located in an office. That's when everything goes pear shaped, as the Russians surround the building and call for you to surrender. Soap is already standing in front of the Russians, his arms up in the air. He tells you go to Plan B, which involves triggering a detonator that sends that blows up the explosive charge and the fuel, creating a big explosion that makes startles the Russians. Everything goes into slow motion for a few seconds, you and Soap whip out your rifles, and the fight is on.

You're supposed to fight your way out of the Russian base, and to reinforce that idea there's a BMP (a Russian armored personnel carrier with a big cannon) lurking on the edge of the firefight. Soap and you trade places providing cover fire while one of you advances. Then, suddenly, Russians on snowmobiles appear. To show that these demos can sometimes go awry, the snowmobiles ran over Roach during the battle, killing him and making everyone laugh. The guy running the demonstration had to reload back to the previous checkpoint and try again; this time around he made sure to kill the snowmobile operators as quickly as possible.

Next you and Soap hit a gap in the fence and slide down a snow-covered hillside. Upon reaching the bottom twist around and shoot the Russians standing the hill, and then keep running. More snowmobiles appear and Soap does an awesome knife move that kills one of the snowmobilers. Once you and Soap can "liberate" a couple of snowmobiles you each jump on one and start hauling. More snowmobiles appear, as well as a Hind helicopter gunship. You can shoot with a gun in one hand while you steer, and this entire sequence caused quite a few in the audience to guffaw during some crazy intense moments.

Then you hit this insane downhill slope that runs the length of a mountain. It's like half-a-mile long, showing off the new streaming level technology in Modern Warfare 2. You then hit a jump and fly a ridiculous amount over a cavernous gap before landing in a town. Keep going, and you start getting radio messages from our rescue ride; there's a Chinook helicopter maneuvering head. It lands, guys disgorge out to cover you, and when you reach them it's mission successful and the level ends.

It all makes for a thrilling E3 demo, but of course, E3 demos are supposed to thrill. Still, West and Zampella are aware of all the scrutiny on Infinity Ward right now. "The stakes feel a lot higher," West said, but he added that Infinity Ward always puts a lot of pressure on itself to deliver a quality product. Still, they know that everything that they say or do is going to be analyzed to death, as everyone is parsing what they say for clues to what is easily one of the most anticipated games of the year.

Two-player is the “magic number” for co-op, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare developer Infinity Ward has said. The last Call of Duty game, Treyarch's World at War, featured four-player campaign co-op and a bonus four-player survival Zombie Mode. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, due out worldwide on November 10, won't have a campaign co-op mode at all. Instead it will have a two-player Special Ops mode, “designed to be replayed over and over again”.


Speaking to, Robert Bowling, director of communications/community manager at Infinity Ward, explained the decision, saying it didn't want to “ruin the story by cramming co-op into it”. He said: “We don’t do co-op in our story because we’re crafting a very specific experience and we don’t want to ruin that by cramming co-op into it. We take the moments that work really well with co-op, we bring them out and we put them in Special Ops.”


“Story’s all about pacing,” he added. “Sometimes moments get toned down because they don’t fit with the pacing of the experience you’re trying to deliver. There (in Special Ops) it’s all about fun. It’s about playing over and over again, getting a better time – you’ll have a time at the end of it – it’s about challenging a friend going in on co-op and trying to beat it on veteran.”

When asked why Special Ops was limited to two players, not four, Bowling replied: “Two player seemed to be the magic number for co-op. That’s when it stayed really fun and intense without becoming a clusterf**k of things. We just found that two-players was the most fun.”


To see how Modern Warfare 2's shaping up, check out our first-look preview.


7.14.09 - Modern Warfare 2 'Prestige Edition' Is Insane


Gamers who want the "most limited" edition of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will be getting more than just a game.

Infinty Ward Community Manager Robert Bowling had been teasing on twitter a movie he had put together of the un-boxing of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 box. Little did we know that by "box" he meant "night vision goggles."

Let's try and calm ourselves down here and go over what's include.

First, they revealed there will be a "Harden Edition" that will retail for $80. This edition includes:


  • Modern Warfare 2
  • A tin case
  • A token to download the original Call of Duty
  • An artbook


Here's the breakdown for what the "Prestige Edition" comes with:


  • Modern Warfare 2: Harden Edition (see above)
  • Fully functioning night vision goggles: alternating modes, MW2 branded with a sculpted head stand.


Price of the Prestige Edition was conveniently not revealed, but I confidently predict it will cost over $100.

The original Call of Duty download will be available for PSN, XBLA, and PC. It's still unknown how much, if any, of the multiplayer modes will remain.


8.10.09 - Map Packs Important for Modern Warfare 2


Activision's quarterly financial call yesterday was chock full of news, particularly for the Call of Duty franchise.

President and CEO of
Activision Publishing Mike Griffith gave investors a full look at the company's upcoming plans for Modern Warfare 2, including what type of online content is in development.

"We plan to launch two separate map packs for this title," Griffith said. "Map packs help extend the shelf life of the franchise, as evidence by the strong catalog sales and premium pricing that we maintained a year and a half after launch."

"To date, we've had strong success with map packs on this franchise, selling more than 8 million units for both Xbox 360 and Playstation 3," he added.

8 million units? No wonder companies love DLC. At least Activision isn't trying to hide its intentions.


08.10.09 - 50 Guest in Modern Warfare 2


UK, August 10, 2009 - 50 Cent is making a guest appearance in Infinity Ward's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, with the rapper lending his vocals to what's promising to be this year's biggest game.

"He is one of quite a few casual cameos in the game,"Infinity Ward's Robert Bowlingrecently said of 50 Cent's role in the game. The rapper – no stranger to the world of games after the surprisingly good Blood on the Sand is providing one of the numerous multiplayer voices in the game.

The other 'casual cameos' have yet to be named – though spotting the celebrity voiceovers should provide an interesting diversion amidst the hectic multiplayer when the game's releases this November


10.02.09 - No Modern Warfare 2 Demo Planned


September 28, 2009 - Fans hoping for an early taste of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 through a demo will be sad to know one isn't coming.

Infinity Ward currently has "no plans" on releasing any type of demo for players to try before they buy, saying the team will use the extra time spent adding final touches to the retail game.

"The entire team is focused on polish all the way up to ship of the full game," the studio announced on its

Infinity Ward made it known last month the studio was
not preparing to do a public multiplayer beta, either. Modern Warfare 2 ships on November 10 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.


10.02.09 - Modern Warfare 2 Energy Drink's Spoil DLC Release Date


As if a themed Xbox 360, custom controllers, and a pair of night vision goggles weren't enough. Modern Warfare 2 fans can now indulge in some sugary goodness, courtesy of developer Infinity Ward and Monster Energy Drinks.

Coming in October, Monster Energy will begin selling Modern Warfare 2-themed drinks in a pack of four and six. Should you purchase one, you'll have a chance to win all sorts of prizes, including a copy of Modern Warfare 2 or download codes for a planned Map Pack - which is apparently now slated for Spring 2010. (pictured below)

Those who buy the Sam's Club exclusive 6-pack will be given access to the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Combat Training Experience, an online event at Infinity Ward. Just in case you wanted to feel jealous, this message is printed on each and every Monster Energy can:

"Creator Infinity Ward hooked us up with an advanced copy of MW2 and we were so stoked on the game we put it on our can."

Activision stated this past August the company plans to release at least two separate map packs for the title.

10.02.09 - Modern Warfare 2, The Callsign Editor
October 1, 2009 - If you're a first-person shooter fan, Modern Warfare 2 is hands-down the "next big thing" for 2009 and well beyond. After two full years on the market COD4 is still going strong, gamers (like me) are still logging on every night, and leaderboards are still stacking up with kill/death ratios and winstreaks -- even if people do have to deal with the cheaters out there taking up our top slots all the time.

If you're one of those gamers that spends their time pubbing with clans and sinking hour after hour into Call of Duty every night then this is the place for you. IGN's Gold Cross Corner is dedicated to the hardest of hardcore players, and from here on until launch -- and well beyond -- we'll be using the Gold Cross Corner article as a hub for the latest topics and news. Want to know the nuances of how a gun feels in the latest builds? We'll hit that up here. Care to weigh in on controversial decisions or issues within Modern Warfare 2? We'll have polls for you to chime in with. This is a feature dedicated to the hardcore players, and written by the hardcore players.

Our debut topic for the Gold Cross Corner...
Modern Warfare 2 is set to unleash a new slew of new content for Call of Duty fans on 11.10.09, and while I've now had a chance to go hands-on with the game at Activision's multiplayer event, there's still plenty of online content left to dive into -- especially on the customization and create-a-class front. While the focus of our first major hands-on was all about the gameplay -- how the guns felt, what the maps were like, and the general mechanics of multiplayer play in Modern Warfare 2 -- I figured it was high time to take an even deeper dive into what we know about the character creation process; more specifically, the callsign system.

The original COD4 allowed for clan tagging, but outside of the simple four letter space, players didn't have much customization to go off of outside of their Xbox Live name, rank, and icon. I personally logged over 12 days on the game clock to get my gold cross -- and still play today -- but when it comes to in-game action I look just like every other schmuck out there with a full-prestige account.
That's where the callsign system comes in, and while we saw a bit of it at the multiplayer event, I found in my interweb lurking that there aren't too many people talking about just how large of an offering this system truly is. So with that, let's take a deeper look into it all.

Note: This is info we've gathered from playing Modern Warfare 2 and seeing footage thus far, and is subject to change as more is learned about the game.
The Title
First off, there are 594 pre-made "titles" within the game, not counting any potential secret ones or additional downloadable content that could come out post-launch. The titles are broken up into 22 pages of 27 tags each, and every tag is made up of both a background and text piece that go hand-in-hand as one unique option. From what we've seen there is no way to swap in different text or backdrops, or combine different titles with other color themes and so on. The text and visual backdrop go hand-in-hand.

As the backdrop of your whole in-game persona, the titles are not only your color theme and background, but also the first thing players read when you pull off amazing in-game actions (like destroying helicopters or getting multi-kills) or putting a bullet in you. Thus far we've seen things like Suppressor (pic of a silencer as the background), FNG (which is a military term for "effing new guy" -- complimented by desert camo), SSDD ("Same… Stuff, Different Day"), Silent Veteran (skulls), Surgical (red cross icons), Armed and Dangerous (magnum), SGT (military rank with what looks like urban or arctic camo), The Specialist, Boom Headshot (with blood splatter), and 402's own "Hello My Name Is" tag with the classic nametag background
These tags, while not shown how to unlock on the actual selection page itself, are gained through general play. Whether some are single player or not is still up for grabs, but during multiplayer matches at the hands-on event accolades were handed out after matches based on player performance, and along with level-ups and gun challenges these tags were also handed out as rewards for your hard work in-game. For that reason -- and since it's linked in with all the other unlock pieces -- I'd put money on all titles and emblems unlocked due to online-only play. Maybe IW will surprise us on that one, but there are 70 levels per prestige now, and that's a whole lot of room for unlocking content.

While we can only speculate so far with what some of these tags take to unlock it's pretty obvious that Suppressor is awarded to those that use silenced weapons, Boom Headshot is used for noggin kill rewards, and the like. There have been talks online about what Surgical is used for, but I'd place money on that working as a reward for doing medic assists in the game, as it looks like a paramedic backdrop.

During the multiplayer session I was also awarded one title for payback kills. After completing a match where I killed players that killed me (essentially taking out rivals) I earned a title. I can't remember the exact name, but it was handed out after the match during the accolades process, and then became available in the title select menu.

As another note on titles, the final page or so is all flag-themed tags, and they were unlocked during our event (and presumably at the start of the final version too, for that matter). For those that just love to rep their region online, all major countries seemed to be represented; perhaps ideal for clans to use as a way of unifying them all on the field.
The Emblems
As for the emblems, players have 294 to look forward to, and these seem to unlock in the same manner. Though more subtle than the titles, emblems are another way to distinguish yourself (or your full clan) with a specific icon to team with your new call-sign/tag name. The starting group of rank emblems unlock with each level gained (the first time through), and I'd assume then that each prestige will also unlock a new emblem as well that can be assigned. It'd be awesome (if IW doesn't decide to use the gold cross as a prestige level in MW2) to actually have the classic cross icon unlocked for those players that got a gold cross in COD4; I know I'd use that indefinitely until getting whatever the new max prestige emblem is. Note, however, that the emblems only effect your in-game callsign and not your actual lobby icon; that pic is always locked to your current level.

As for other emblems we've seen in the wild, you've got dogtags, dual pistols, a shark face, shotgun shells, different soldier faces (both generic and in-game characters, such as Ghost), and also animated icons such as the rotating skull seen in the first multiplayer gameplay trailer. Since the emblems are also part of the customization/unlocks system I'd assume all icons will be unlocked during multiplayer play as well, but that's just speculation thus far. For those clans out there that want to get synchronized as well (and those good enough to all have specific emblems unlocked) I could see teams running around with everyone matching up their emblems to one main icon across the team. If there's an attack dog icon you can bet your ass that my clan -- The "Up Dogs" (or UPDG) -- will all run with that as our emblem across every member. We've also seen an IW emblem as well, which could either be locked for IW only players (like the IW clan tag is in COD4) or as a way for people to suck up to 402.

Oh, and call it wild speculation, but I think there's something to the whole "animated emblem" we saw in the multiplayer footage. Will those be extra difficult to unlock, or a reward for completing a certain prestige or challenge? Seeing as it's the only animated emblem I can recall thus far, I'd say there's bragging rights behind having one.

That wraps up this debut of the Gold Cross Corner. If you've got your own thoughts on the title or emblem system in
Modern Warfare 2, or have something you want us to go in-depth with based on our time with the game just sound off in our comments section below. And yes, we'll get to the guns...
2.4 Trophy List
Bronze Trophies
Trophy Name: Back In The Saddle
Trophy Info: Help train the local militia.
Trophy Name: Danger Close
Trophy Info: Get hand picked for Sheperd's elite squad.
Trophy Name: Cold Shoulder
Trophy Info: Infilitrate the snowy mountain's side base.
Trophy Name: Tag 'Em And Bag 'Em
Trophy Info: Find Roajs in the Favelas.
Trophy Name: Royale With Cheese
Trophy Info: Defend burger town.
Trophy Name: Soap On a Rope
Trophy Info: Storm the gulag.
Trophy Name: Desperate Times
Trophy Info: Execute the plan to help the americans
Trophy Name: Whiskey Hotel
Trophy Info: Take back whiskey hotel.
Trophy Name: The Pawn
Trophy Info: Assault makarov's house.
Trophy Name: Out of the Frying Pan...
Trophy Info: Complete the mission in the airplane graveyard.
Trophy Name: Pit Boss
Trophy Info: Run the Pitt in "S.S.D.D." and finish with a final time under 30 seconds.
Trophy Name: Ghost
Trophy Info: Plant the C4 in "Cliff Hanger" without alerting or injuring anyone in the blizzard.
Trophy Name: Colonel Sanderson
Trophy Info: Kill 7 chickens in under 10 seconds in "The Hornets Nest"
Trophy Name: Gold Star
Trophy Info: Earn one star in Special Ops.
Trophy Name: Hotel Bravo
Trophy Info: Earn four stars in Special Ops.
Trophy Name: Charlie On Our Six
Trophy Info: Earn eight stars in Special Ops.
Trophy Name: It Goes To Eleven
Trophy Info: Earn at least one star in eleven different Special Op missions.
Trophy Name: Operational Asset
Trophy Info: Earn all three stars in at least five different Special Op missions.
Trophy Name: Blackjack
Trophy Info: Earn twenty one stars in Special Op.
Trophy Name: Honor Roll
Trophy Info: Earn at least one star in each Special Ops mission.
Trophy Name: Downed But Not Out
Trophy Info: Kill four enemies in a row while downed in Special Ops.
Trophy Name: I'm The Juggernaut...
Trophy Info: Kill a Juggernaut in Special Ops.
Trophy Name: Ten Plus Foot-Mobiles
Trophy Info: Kill at least ten enemies with a single predator missile in single player or special ops.
Trophy Name: Unnecessary Roughness
Trophy Info: Use a Riot Shield to beat down an enemy in single player or special ops.
Trophy Name: Knock-Knock
Trophy Info: Kill four enemies with four shots during a slow-mo breach in single player or special ops.
Trophy Name: Some Like It Hot
Trophy Info: Kill six enemies in a row using a thermal weapon in single player or special ops.
Trophy Name: Two Birds, One Stone
Trophy Info: Kill two enemies with a single bullet in single player or special ops.
Trophy Name: The Road Less Traveled
Trophy Info: Collect 22 enemy intel items.
Trophy Name: Leave No Stone Unturned
Trophy Info: Collect 45 enemy intel items.
Trophy Name: Drive By
Trophy Info: Kill 20 enemies in a row while driving a vehicle in single player or special ops.
Trophy Name: The Harder They Fall
Trophy Info: Kill 2 rappeling enemies in a row before they on their feet in single player or special ops.
Trophy Name: Desperado
Trophy Info: Kill five enemies in a row using five different weapons or attachments in single player or special ops.
Trophy Name: Look Ma, Two Hands
Trophy Info: Kill 10 enemies in a row using akimbo weapons in single player or special ops.
Trophy Name: No Rest for the Wary
Trophy Info: Knife an enemy without him every knowing you were their in single player or special ops.
Trophy Name: Three-some
Trophy Info: Kill at least three enemies with a single-shot from a grenade launcher in single player or special ops.
Silver Trophies
Trophy Name: For The Record
Trophy Info: Complete the single player campaign on any difficulty.
Trophy Name: First Day of School
Trophy Info: Complete "S.S.D.D." and "Team Player" on Veteran difficulty.
Trophy Name: Black Diamond
Trophy Info: Complete "Cliffhanger" on Veteran difficulty.
Trophy Name: Turistas
Trophy Info: Complete "Takedown" and "The Hornet's Nest" on Veteran difficulty.
Trophy Name: Red Dawn
Trophy Info: Complete "Wolverines!" and "Exodues" on Veteran difficulty.
Trophy Name: Prisoner #627
Trophy Info: Complete "The Only Easy Day....Was Yesterday" and "The Gulag" on Veteran difficulty.
Trophy Name: Ends Justify The Means
Trophy Info: Complete "Constingency" on Veteran difficulty.
Trophy Name: Homecoming
Trophy Info: Complete "Of Their Own Accord", "Second Sun", and "Whiskey Hotel" on Veteran difficulty.
Trophy Name: Queen Takes Rook
Trophy Info: Complete "Loose Ends" and "The Enemy of My Enemy" on Veteran difficulty.
Trophy Name: Off the Grid
Trophy Info: Complete "Just Like Old Times" and "Endgame" on Veteran difficulty.
Trophy Name: Operative
Trophy Info: Earn all 3 stars in at least 10 different special ops missions.
Trophy Name: Specialist
Trophy Info: Earn 30 stars in Special Ops.
Trophy Name: Professional
Trophy Info: Earn all 3 stars in at least 15 different special ops missions.
Gold Trophies
Trophy Name: The Price of War
Trophy Info: Complete the single player campaign on Hardened or Veteran difficulty.
Trophy Name: Star 69
Trophy Info: Earn 69 stars in Special Ops.
Platinum Trophy
Trophy Name: Platinum Trophy
Trophy Info: Earn all other trophies.
2.5 Characters
Task Force 141:
 Captain John "Soap" MacTavish
 Sergeant Gary "Roach" Sanderson
Russian Ultranationalist Party:
 Vladimir Makarov
 Major Petrov
2.6 Weapons/Attachments (Click For Picture)
Assault Rifles
Submachine Guns
Light Machine Guns
Sniper Rifles
Flashbang Grenade
Frag Grenade
Semtex Grenade
Smoke Grenade
Stun Grenade
 Grenade Launcher
 Hearbeat Sensor
 Laser Sight
 Trijicon Red Dot Sight
Weapon Camo
 Red Tiger
2.7 Screenshots/Videos
2.8 Other

3.0 Multimedia
3.1 PS3 Section
3.2 PC/Macintosh
7.15.09 - Modern Warfare 2 Date Wallpaper (1152x864)
7.15.09 - Modern Warfare 2 Custom Wallpaper (1680x1050)
Wallpaper Sets:












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Nice thread, but there's already one...
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Looking good!  Can't wait to see it grow!  :smileyvery-happy:.
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alright, i posted it!  thanks

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Good post . Good info.
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Man, you beat everyone at making information threads don't you? Haha good job with it though. Can't wait for November, I'm finally getting a PS3 after selling it back in December.
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Kudos to Assassin and Chris. Good job, guys.
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Good job. Cant wait!
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Uncharted Territory
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1628 posts

Re: -Modern Warfare 2 Information Thread-

Mar 27, 2009
Nice thread M16.  You usually do the best ones out of the 500 that pop up..LOL.
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Treasure Hunter
Registered: 03/11/2007
7641 posts

Re: -Modern Warfare 2 Information Thread-

Mar 27, 2009
Good job on the thread, its about time someone made one.
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