Modern Warfare 2

How to Get the Keeping This One Achievement in Modern Warfare 2

How to Get the Keeping This One Achievement in Modern Warfare 2

The early access version of Modern Warfare 2 campaign is finally live, with a lot of rewards in store that you can get hold of in the campaign-length game. Players might be wondering how to complete some of the achievements in the game, or are thinking of collecting them all. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to complete the Keeping This One achievement in Modern Warfare 2. 

Modern Warfare 2: Keeping This One Achievement Guide

The new Modern Warfare game has a lot of achievements just like the original Call of Duty games, and players like to collect them all. You can check out the full list on Steam or in your in-game menu. If you’d like to see all the story missions as well, we have a guide for you in the link below.

Read Next: All Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Story Mission Guides and Rewards List 

Doing the achievements can be fun, as some of them are easy while others are challenging. The achievement called Keeping This One is a trophy that you can get in the 10th mission of Modern Warfare 2, which is called Violence and Timing. This quest invovles a chase sequence on a truck with brand new combat mechanics. 

In order to get the achievement, you will need to hijack the truck in this mission and keep it until the end of the chase sequence. The chase begins with a soldier shooting at you who you need to take out. There is a pick up truck on your right that you should hijack and get on for the achievement.

Once you are on the truck, you will need to keep an eye on its health and ensure that it stays up and running until the end of the mission. To reduce the damage it takes you will need to kill all the enemies that are shooting at you and the truck. When you are finished with the chase and the truck is still running, you will get the Keeping This One achievement.

Jayita Talukder
I’m currently doing a Master’s Degree in English, have been writing on and off for years. Part-time gamer and full-time reader of obscure literature. If I’m not at my desk, I’ve probably spotted a cat outside.

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