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Get the Most Out of Your Call of Duty PC Experience
Call of Duty is one of the most popular first-person shooter video games in the world. It’s no surprise that many gamers choose to play it on their PCs. If you’re a PC gamer looking to get the most out of your Call of Duty experience, here are some tips to help you get started.
Optimize Your Graphics Settings
The graphics settings in Call of Duty can make or break your gaming experience. To get the most out of your game, you should make sure that your graphics settings are optimized for your PC. This means adjusting the resolution, texture quality, anti-aliasing, and other settings to ensure that you’re getting the best visuals possible.
Invest in Quality Peripherals
Having quality peripherals such as a mouse, keyboard, and headset can make a huge difference in your gaming experience. Investing in quality peripherals will ensure that you have precise control over your character and can hear all the action clearly.
Utilize Mods and Customizations
One of the best ways to get more out of your Call of Duty experience is to utilize mods and customizations. There are a variety of mods available for Call of Duty that can enhance your gameplay or add new features. You can also customize your character with different skins and accessories to make them stand out from other players.
By following these tips, you’ll be able to get the most out of your Call of Duty PC experience. Optimizing your graphics settings, investing in quality peripherals, and utilizing mods and customizations will help ensure that you have an enjoyable gaming experience every time you play.
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Maniac (referred to as Juggernaut Maniac by the announcers) is a 10 Pointstreak (nine with Hardline ) that appears in Call of Duty: Ghosts . Once obtained from a dropped Care Package , players will receive a Juggernaut -like armor and a Combat Knife along with a Throwing Knife . The Maniac has unlimited sprint and runs faster than normal Juggernauts, as well as other players. Along with the Juggernaut, the Maniac does not regenerate health. Maniacs cannot be targeted by air support and Sentry Guns , meaning the player has also received Blind Eye . Wearing the Juggernaut Maniac suit will also highlight deployed explosives within the player's vision, equipping the player with SitRep .
Unlike a normal Juggernaut, Juggernaut Maniacs do not show up as a red diamond on the minimap. This balances it as the player using the Maniac is resorted to only close quarters combat.
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The Elite PMC outfit from Call of Duty: Mobile looks very similar to the Maniac.
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The Maniac-like soldier attacking Logan .
- A Maniac-like enemy is seen in the mission " Homecoming ".
- On the two end sides of the Care Package, the Assault Juggernaut symbol from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 can be seen.
- Some of the letters on the Maniac's armor are references to Operation: Sand Viper .
- The first person hand models of the maniac suit are reused from first person hand models of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 's juggernaut suit
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Why Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Fans Want Ghosts’ Maniac Streak To Return
A Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 fan pushes for an obscure Call of Duty: Ghosts killstreak to return, and many seem to be in support of the idea.
Though Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 already has a good variety of streaks to choose from, some fans think Call of Duty: Ghosts ’ Maniac would be worth adding to the lineup. With a Juggernaut already available in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 , the Maniac could be a genuine possibility.
With so many different Call of Duty universes being established in the past two decades, many of which cover different conflicts, it is no surprise that there have been a wide variety of streaks on offer. Players have seen everything from drones that swarm all enemies on the map to ballistic vests that can be dropped on the ground for allies to pick up. Though some streaks become staples of the series, like UAVs, Gunships, Nukes , and Attack Dogs, some streaks - like the Maniac - are never seen again.
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The Potential of Call of Duty: Ghosts' Maniac Streak Within Modern Warfare 2
Though the divisive Call of Duty: Ghosts had some streaks like SAT COMs that the community hated, and a Field Order system that gave overly generous rewards to players for completing easy challenges, the Maniac proved popular. If Reddit user Diegodinizfsa got their wish, the Maniac would make a comeback in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 , accompanying the many other streaks that are already confirmed for the game. With the post getting over 900 upvotes, as well as many supportive comments, many seem to be in favor of the idea.
The Maniac was essentially a version of the Juggernaut that was more lightly armored and entirely focused on melee combat. The melee animations of Call of Duty: Ghosts ensured that players almost always landed knife hits on their targets, and the massive speed boost provided when inside the Maniac armor made for a deadly streak. Players also had access to unlimited sprint and throwing knives with this 10-point streak, and the added bonus was that they did not appear on the mini map like regular Juggernauts.
Not only have melee-focused play styles maintained their popularity within the Call of Duty community, but the Maniac could be interesting to see in larger playgrounds like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 's Ground War or Invasion. Running between flags and shrugging off tank rounds as a Maniac in Ground War could be exhilariting, as could cutting down groups of AI enemies within an Invasion map. This is in addition to traditional 6v6 gameplay, which would see the Maniac feeling a lot like it did in Call of Duty: Ghosts .
While some players in the comments of the original post were quick to joke that the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 footsteps would be even louder than usual with this killstreak equipped, the streak would likely be a good way to rush forward and counter camping enemies. Alongside comments about unique Call of Duty: Ghosts modes like Cranked, gamers were quick to praise the Maniac as a “fun” option. So long as Maniacs do not take too long to kill, the streak would likely be balanced, making it a viable option for Infinity Ward if the studio has any interest in bringing it back.
Though the Maniac has been a one-and-done streak thus far, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 ’s killstreak lineup will likely grow through seasonal updates, providing many chances to revive the concept. For now, all fans can do is continue to push for this streak to be added if they want to see it again.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 launches on October 28 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.
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Cod: ghosts onslaught dlc video pits michael myers against maniac juggernaut.
Who would win in a fight? Michael Myers, or Call of Duty: Ghosts ‘ Maniac Juggernaut killstreak?
A recent “in-depth” video from Call of Duty YouTube personality Drift0r pits the two together, measuring their health, running speed, and killing efficiency.
Michael Myers is a brand new Field Order reward introduced in Call of Duty: Ghosts’ first multiplayer DLC, Onslaught. Completing a Field Order on the horror movie-inspired map Fog will earn you the chance to turn into the iconic villain, granting you extra health and movement speed as you relentlessly axe your opponents down with swift melee attacks.
Given his superhuman abilities, we couldn’t help but wonder how he would fare against Ghosts’ Maniac Juggernaut killstreak who happens to have similar characteristics. Check out the video above to find out who wins!
To learn more about Call of Duty: Ghosts’ Onslaught DLC, be sure to catch our video preview with gameplay from all four new maps , including new Extinction content. You can also check out more Michael Myers action below from some known Call of Duty commentators who were also at Infinity Ward’s preview event.
Call of Duty: Ghosts Onslaught is now live on the Xbox One and Xbox 360, and will drop later this month on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC.