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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
Multiplatform
PUBLISHER:
Activision
DEVELOPER:
Infinity Ward
GENRE: First Person Shooter
PLAYERS:   1
RELEASE DATE:
November 10, 2009
ESRB RATING:
Mature


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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
 Written by John Scalzo  on November 03, 2009

News: ESRB Rating Summary also details the infamous airport level.



The ESRB has published the detailed Rating Summary for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. In it, Infinity Ward's shooter sequel is dissected and discussed and, as usual, spoilers abound.

But if you want a few more details on the game ahead of the game's November 10 release on the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, read on...

This is a first-person shooter in which players assume the roles of members of an elite squadron on the trail of a Russian ultranationalist. Players defend the U.S. from Russian armed forces, engage in skirmishes and combat missions, and track the ultranationalist in an attempt to discover his true motivations and co-conspirators. Players use machine guns, sniper rifles, grenades, and missiles to kill enemy soldiers throughout the battlefields. Realistic gunfire, explosions, and cries of pain are heard during the frequent and fast-paced combat.




Pretty standard soldiers versus terrorists stuff so far, but then the summary continues on with a discussion of the "No Russian" mission that takes place in an airport and requires players to go undercover as the enemy during a terrorist attack...

The most intense depiction of violence occurs during a "No Russian" mission where players take on the role of an undercover Ranger: Several civilians are gunned down at an airport as players are given a choice to participate in the killings (e.g., players can shoot a wounded civilian that is crawling on the ground), or walk by and observe without opening fire. In either case, civilians scream and emit pools of blood as they are shot to death.


Finally, the summary closes with details on the game's drug-related content and usage of swear words...

Within the multiplayer portion of the game, players can unlock "emblems" to be used on their player name cards. Some of these emblems contain images that reference drugs (e.g., a cannabis leaf; a name card with a depiction of a joint). Dialogue in the game contains profanity in both English (e.g., "sh*t") and Russian (e.g., "f**k" and "motherf**ker").


As you can imagine, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has been rated M for Mature with the following Content Descriptors: "Blood, Drug Reference, Intense Violence, Language".

We'll have more soon.



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