Playing a game series like Call of Duty can create its own fair share of confusion. For instance, after playing several games in the series but stopping at MW2 – you may feel lost when picking up Modern Warfare 2 for the first time again.
According to Activision, the Modern Warfare II Beta will have a full multiplayer experience that goes beyond the traditional 6v6 experience, with perfectly crafted maps in various sizes and an equally remarkable number of modes, advancement options, and other components.
Like many other new features added this time around, some things can be easy to understand while others take more exploration or experimentation before they click. One example would be Battle Rage – an ability that sounds strange initially but can offer powerful advantages once fully understood.
Battle Rage is highly recommended for those intending to take the enemy head-on; here’s everything you need to know about this powerful consumable in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Beta.
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All About Battle Rage
A Battle Rage is an upgrade you can add to your loadout. You can use it with the following buttons:
- R1+L1 buttons on PlayStation
- RB+LB buttons on Xbox
When activated, Battle Rage makes your health regenerate faster and gives you a chance to sprint more often. It also increases your resistance against tactical weapons such as stun grenades, flashbangs, and tear gas, preventing them from crippling or incapacitating you.
Battle Rage is a great Field Upgrade for you to use if you’re ever in a situation where the enemy corners you. It can keep you alive for a short amount of time, allowing you to rush forward to fight back against the enemy team or attempt to cut them off when they’re fighting at a choke point.
Although it doesn’t last long, Battle Rage is an excellent situational upgrade for those who want to finish up their enemies quickly. Keep in mind that because Battle Rage regenerates your health, it won’t make you invincible – so just because one hit from anything may take away some HP still won’t mean that it’ll completely be gone after one second – this also means even if someone throws out two Flash Grenades or Stuns – don’t immediately think about using this just yet.
This guide sums up the battle rage in Modern Warfare 2. To learn more about new features and updates for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, visit our website or check out some of our other articles.