We are hoping that some details regarding the next Call of Duty video game will be revealed soon, however for the mean time we are enjoying getting feedback from our readers regarding what they want to see in the next game, which many believe will be called Modern Warfare 3.
Today we are going to talk about one of the game’s most unpopular perks, Second Chance, for many this is the most unrealistic thing about the last few Call of Duty games and we wonder whether people want it to be scrapped next time around.
Masters of Second Chance will want it to say, but the few times I have used it I have failed to have much success and I think that it ruins the game. Here are a few reasons why many think it should be gone / changed.
The thing which annoys me and many others is the fact that people can get shot and in the split second between the bullet hitting the enemy and them falling to the floor they can pull out their pistol, aim and kill you pretty much instantly. Many think that shots in the legs and arms should allow people to go into Second Chance, however torso, neck or headshots should stop this perk from working.
One idea which I read about a while back is to keep Second Chance but perhaps have a 2 second delay before you can fire your first bullet. I have put people on second chance with my AK47 many times and sprayed a little when the enemy is on the deck only to find that before I spray 2 or 3 bullets (which must take a few millisecond) they have pulled out their pistol and killed me.
Also I think that Second Chance should only work if people have a pistol as a secondary weapon, if you have a launcher on your back or a crossbow etc you won’t have access to the pistol unless you are put on Second Chance, again this is very unrealistic and quite unfair.
What are your views on Second Chance? Should it be scrapped? Should it be changed? Let us know in the comments section below.
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