Official strategy guide expert, BradyGames, has announced that it has been working exclusively with Activision and Infinity Ward on the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Signature Series Strategy Guide – the ultimate accessory to the most anticipated game of 2009. Published by BradyGames, for PAL regions, the guide, which is the only choice for gamers looking to discover everything the new theatre of operations has to offer, will be released the day before the game, on 9th November 2009, with an RRP of £12.99 for the Signature Series book and £19.99 for the Prestige Edition hardcover that also includes additional bonus content.
BradyGames’ Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Signature Series Strategy Guide is an essential addition to any Call of Duty player’s arsenal, weighing-in at over 300 pages with an exclusive bonus foldout and has been written by one of the videogames industry’s most highly respected guide authors, Philip Marcus and multiplayer specialists the Sea Snipers, in direct collaboration with Activision and Infinity Ward for Xbox 360™, PlayStation®3 and PC.
The only officially-licensed guide features an in-depth walkthrough of every single-player mission and the “Special Ops” two-player cooperative mode, highlighting battle-tested tactics to ensure success in defeating this latest threat to world peace. With laser-targeted precision, this Signature Series guide reveals the locations of all unlockables and secrets, including special weapons, camouflage and challenges.
The thrill and excitement of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’s multiplayer mode is also covered in a dedicated and highly-detailed section, providing online players with expert tactics for team-based play, as well as custom maps displaying vital locations in each mode of gameplay and more. The official Signature Series guide is also the one-stop supply drop on how to attain all of the game’s Xbox 360 Achievement Points and PlayStation 3 Trophies, with the associated bragging rights that go with knowing you’ve completed some of the game’s most intense challenges before anyone else.
I am always on the fence when it comes to strategy guides, I understand that some people love them but to me using them is almost like cheating. However, in a game like MW2 there are so many details that a guide never hurts. I suppose that all is fair in love and war and in that case see you on the battlefield.