Fashionable Warfare 2 May Embrace Rainbow Six Siege Type Mode

A brand new Rainbow Six Siege-style game mode could come to the next Call of Duty title, which is rumored to be Modern Warfare 2, a direct sequel to the 2019 reboot of the same name.

An announcement of the next Call of Duty is unlikely to come until mid-year, but various insiders have all confirmed that Infinity Ward is working hard on a sequel to Modern Warfare’s 2019 reboot.

In addition to the continuation of the campaign, a new multiplayer experience and a brand new Warzone map, Modern Warfare 2 will also supposedly include an “Attackers vs. Defenders” mode, similar to Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six Siege.

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Modern Warfare 2 will feature an attacker vs. defender mode

According to Ralphs valve, a trusted industry insider when it comes to Call of Duty, the Attackers vs. Defenders mode will have a similar map to Call of Duty 4’s CQB test, but of course be much larger.

The objective of the new mode depends on whether players are attacking or defending, but the objective is to achieve or defend objectives within a certain area on the map.

According to RalphsValve, each player on the attacking team will be assigned a role through a general vote. The team will also appoint a team leader, with each round including a debriefing period during which players can switch squads.

As the opposing team prepares for the attack, the defenders must develop a strategy to slow down or completely eliminate the attackers. Defenders can use hidden locations, cameras and booby traps while fortifying the location.

You can read the full details of the leak below, but be sure to take caution with any information until it is made official by the developers. Plans can always change behind the scenes before the games are fully released.

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Jason Kidd’s teaching model described as ‘psychological warfare’ in Giannis Antetokounmpo’s biography

Milwaukee Bucks Superstar and NBA champion Giannis Antetokounmpo will release a new biography titled “Giannis: The Improbable Rise of an MVP” and talks about former head coach Jason Kidd, who was not very popular with the team’s players.

Kidd, a 10-time All-Star, trained the two-time NBA MVP and the Bucks from 2014 to 2018. In the book, Kidd’s coaching style was described as “psychological warfare” by a former Bucks player.


Excerpts from the book surfaced on social media this week. One incident that occurred during his tenure with the Bucks was that Kidd allegedly scheduled last-minute practice for Christmas Eve after the team lost to the Charlotte Hornets in what the former manager described as a “winnable” game .

According to the book, Kidd asked the players in front of each other if they deserved to be free after losing on Christmas Eve. The players gave their opinion on the matter, but Kidd scheduled a practice session at 9am.

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“I don’t care,” said Kidd according to the book. “You get paid to do a job, so you do your job tomorrow. Things are changing. “

During practice, Kidd reportedly made the players “run like a college team”, calling former Bucks player Larry Sanders a “piece of shit” and a “terrible gamer”.

The book noted that the three-hour practice consisted mostly of conditioning exercises. He also told the players to train in the weight room and pool. The former center Zaza Pachulia said in the book that “everyone was so tired that no one thought of Christmas” and “had no more energy to open presents”.


“I don’t think I’ve done this since I left J-Kidd,” former Bucks security guard Brandon Knight told the book’s author, Mirin Fader. “That wasn’t normal.”

When asked to comment on Kidd as their coach, many players and coaches responded by asking whether they were on the record according to the book or not.