Players can now carry over items from Call of Duty MW 2 to MW 3

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For the first time in over a decade, Activision is now allowing players to carry over items from a previous Call of Duty (COD) title to the upcoming game. This move has some players excited while some are getting suspicious of the upcoming COD title.

Activision recently revealed the release date of the third installment in the new, rebooted COD Modern Warfare franchise. This came as a surprise as players were told that Modern Warfare 2 will get two years of support. The catch here is that COD does not let player equipment to be carried over to new games.

This time, however, the company has clarified that most of the items from Modern Warfare 2 will carry over to the new game. This includes operator skins, unlocked weapons and attachments. The limitation, though, is on items that are not in the new game along with ‘War Tracks’ radio songs. Players can also level up weapons in Modern Warfare 2 and the progress will reflect in the new game.

Fans, however, suspect that the title might have been an expansion pack turned into a full-fledged game. While the first game was relatively well received, the second one disappointed many.

The chances of players getting another impressive COD game are highly unlikely at the moment given the situation of Activision Blizzard. The company also released Overwatch 2 on Steam on August 10 with their PVE update. It, however, became the lowest-rated game on Steam ever in just under 24 hours of release.

Looking at the mess, our only advice would be not to fall for the marketing hype from some random streamers and wait for actual reviews before buying the game. Speaking of creating hype, a full Modern Warfare 3 reveal event is planned by Activision on August 17 inside Warzone.