Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 has been released on all major gaming platforms. Likewise, the game has tons of unique features as well as gameplay elements. Likewise, the Showcase feature allows you to display your operators as well as your weapons. However, some players may be unaware of the steps to edit these showcase elements. This article is therefore regarding the steps on how to edit showcase operator & weapon in COD Modern Warfare 2 (II).
What is a showcase operator and a showcase weapon?
The showcase operator is a feature in the game where you can use an unlocked operator to display next to your name in Multiplayer lobbies. Likewise, it is simply a visual feature that allows you to show off your operator. Similarly, you can also edit and equip specific weapons as part of your showcase. Although this does not have any practical impact on your gameplay, it can be useful to show off the operators as well as the weapons you own.
COD Modern Warfare 2 (II): How to Edit Showcase Operator & Weapon –
Here are the required steps –
First and foremost, you have to launch the game and go to the game’s main menu. Likewise, you have to go to the Multiplayer lobby.
Next up, you have to press the ‘Options’ (PlayStation) or the ‘Menu’ (Xbox) button on your controller. After doing so, you have to go to the top-right ‘Profile’ tab option. On a PC, you have to simply click on your Player Profile in the top right corner of the screen.
Then, you have to go to the Edit Showcase option. After doing so, you have to go to Showcase Operator and select your preferred operator. You can now make changes according to your preference.
You can also go to the Showcase Weapon option and make the edits that you want for your weapon showcase. Likewise, you can also make changes to your calling cards as well as emblems.
Finally, you can now edit your showcase operator as well as a weapon in the game.
As you can see above, it is relatively simple to customize your showcase elements in Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2. You can also check out another article on the game by clicking here.
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