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Gamers wants Killstreak free Shipment playlist to come back in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Season 1

By Tanisha Wankhade | Dec 25, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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The return of Shipment in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Season 1 Reloaded update gave gamers hope that Infinity Ward No Killstreak mode may also come back in the game. The map itself can be relatively divisive; there is an ample amount of gamers that love the frenetic chaos of the small map called Shipment. This year’s edition of the map puts gamers on a cargo ship, apparently taking motivation from the campaign mission called Dark Water. Gamers wants Killstreak free Shipment playlist to come back in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Season 1.

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Since it became part of the Modern Warfare 2 Season 1 Reloaded update, fans have utilized this small map to obtain new gear, earn levels, and even rapidly grind out weapon camo. Also, Infinity Ward made a small tweak for the festival season, including lights illuminated all over, along with some snow and other festive content such as presents and Christmas trees. However, how the map looks visually, Shipment plays very fast, and killstreaks are a common sight with the least spots to hide.

Plenty of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 gamers adopt the chaos of Shipment, but there has also been a new wave of sentiment that perhaps Shipment might be more enjoyable if Killstreaks were shut off completely. A suggestion for this arose in a Reddit thread from Fancy_Leader6278, who complained about how Shipment has become a shelter for riot shield gamers and mortar strikes always rain down on the minor space, making it almost impossible to prevent being destroyed immediately after respawning.

The idea went well with other users, with some suggesting other ideas, such as prohibiting gas grenades or other tactical items. Regardless, some recalled a very limited time mode from Black Ops Cold War named Face Off, where squads of 3 contended on tinier maps without the support of scorestreaks for help. 

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