It has been less than 24 hours, and players have already overcome the toughest challenge Call of Duty has to offer: getting the tactical Nuke.
That's right. The traditional tactical Nuke returns in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, called Mass Guided Bombs (MGBs). The MGB is achieved once a player has acquired 30 kills without dying.
If you're unfamiliar with the Nuke in Call of Duty, it's a killstreak not listed under the regular killstreaks menu. You can only get this kill streak by getting 30 kills (or sometimes 20 in previous games). Once you've acquired the kills, you can deploy it, ending the game and giving the player and their team the win, even if they are losing on the scoreboard.
Other killstreaks, such as the Bomb Drone or the Precision Airstrike, do not count toward the 30 kills. You must get all 30 kills by using either your weapon or lethal equipment.
One of the most important questions that many players might have in mind is whether deploying the Nuke ends the game or not. Fortunately, by traditional Nuke, we really meant the traditional Nuke that ends the game and gives the players' team a win.
Someone on Twitter has already shared their first-in-the-world Nuke. The MGB showers over a dozen missiles all over the map, ending the game.
— Ñaki (@lyashiobana) October 27, 2022
Will you accept the challenge and go for the Nuke in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II? If so, why not also grind for the Mastery Camos while you're at it?