Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 sees players “commit” 22 war crimes

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, the shooter from Activision and Infinity Ward destined to become one of the best FPS games of 2022, has inspired players on CoD Reddit to chart and add up all the war crimes committed by Ghost , Soap, Price and team throughout the Modern Warfare 2 campaign.

Modern Warfare 2 campaign rewards include weapon skins, dog tags, and XP tokens. But Task Force 141 and Shadow Company could also end up in jail, at least according to Call of Duty Reddit, which has tallied up all the illegal acts our apparent heroes commit throughout the Modern Warfare 2 mission list.

“I will exclude crimes and war crimes that cannot be fully confirmed, meaning things that may have been approved or negotiated off-screen by the parties involved and their respective agencies and governments,” explains Modern Warfare 2 fan u/ Hammer_of_Discipline, who then provides a complete list of every illegal act committed by the player characters during the new CoD campaign.

Shadow Company, the private military contractors run by Philip Graves, are allegedly responsible for false arrest, collusion to commit fraud, destruction of property, bribery, theft, and extortion, among others. The combined team of Task Force 141 and Mexican special forces, led by Ghost, Price, and newcomer Alejandro Vargas, allegedly commit reckless endangerment, home invasion, and illegal military operations. Between the teams, which the players alternately control or help, 22 war crimes are committed throughout the MW 2 campaign.

And that excludes the crimes of the supporting characters, including General Shepherd and the quasi-antagonist Hassan. In all, Hammer_of_Discipline notes 38 different types of war crimes committed throughout the Modern Warfare 2 campaign, but also notes that in some cases, for example the reckless endangerment committed by Task Force 141, there are “multiple charges.”

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If you want to see Call of Duty’s new campaign for yourself and see how it handles the potentially dubious morality of its main characters, make sure you can beat one of the tougher levels with our The Nameless One walkthrough. It will also help to have all the Modern Warfare 2 security codes and, if you’re unlucky and need a hand, a way to fix the Modern Warfare 2 campaign crash, which can really ruin your day.

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