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Is Shipment 24/7 coming back to Call of Duty MW2?

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Shipment is always a fan favorite in the Modern Warfare games. It is the perfect map to clip obscene amounts of kills, grind for achievements, and get those unlocks fast. Whether there is any skill involved in Playing Shipment in Call of Duty MW2 is a different conversation. Since its release in Season 2, the map has had a 24/7 playlist rotate a few times, but now it is absent again, replaced by moshpit. The question everyone wants to know is, is Shipment 24/7 coming back to Call of Duty MW2?

Is Shipment 24/7 coming back to Call of Duty MW2?

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If the trends of the seasons are to be a marker of what’s to come, we can expect to see the grind game mode return with season 3. Call of Duty knows how to keep its players coming back. They’re well aware of how popular the Shipment 24/7 playlist is. In an attempt to keep players involved with season 3 of Call of Duty MW2, Shipment 24/7 will most likely be brought back.

In the meantime, we have Shoot House

If you still need to get grinding for those weapon unlocks and camos, there is still the Shoot House 24/7 playlist to get your teeth into. It farms kills and respawns, and you’re never going to be far from a firefight. It isn’t quite as popular as Shipment 24/7, but it will suffice in the meantime.

Shoot House 24/7 allows you to drop in with your own load-outs. This makes it much easier to grind those higher levels for the guns you want. Therefore it is a better choice than some of the Battle Royal options. They never guarantee you the weapons you want to level up.

Until we see the possible return of Shipment 24/7 in Call of Duty MW2, you’ll just have to find another way to get hundreds of kills in a short amount of time.

 

Leo Gillick
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