The return of the Intervention – Against the backdrop of the next installment in the Call of Duty series, MW3, the attention of Warzone fans has been drawn to the potential revival of an iconic firearm straight out of Modern Warfare 2.
We are talking about the FJX Imperium, a modern copy of the Intervention, the famous sniper rifle that left its mark in the hearts of the players of MW2 of 2009. At that time, the weapon was not reconfirmed in Modern Warfare 3, so it was preferred. the MSR.
Now, after more than 10 years, the Intervention could finally get its deserved revenge, finding space in place of the FJX Imperium. However, according to Metaphor, an influential Warzone expert, this return could be a “missed opportunity” if some significant improvements are not made.
Will the Intervention also make its long-awaited return to MW3?
The FJX Imperium has raised expectations among longtime fans. Expectations that, it must be said, have not always been met. However, Metaphor has raised several questions about the relevance of a weapon that is so strongly reminiscent of the past in a much more dynamic and fast-paced era of gaming, such as the one that MW3 seems to promise.
The expert noted that the fast pace of the MW3 could penalize weapons like the FJX Imperium, which could be too slow and not live up to expectations. In one of his latest videos, the Youtuber has launched a call for development teams to consider a clear BUFF of the FJX Imperium before the release of MW3.
The CoD expert also suggested a balanced review of Modern Warfare 2’s weaponry, and not just the FJX Imperium. A factor that could prevent some models from falling into disuse once the new game enters the scene. The hope, however, is that the Modern Intervention proves to be more than just a nostalgic reminder, but rather a functional weapon in a faster-paced gaming environment.
As fans eagerly await the release of Modern Warfare 3, it remains to be seen if Metaphor’s pleas will be heeded and if this weapon will finally get a chance to shine again in the frenzy of new virtual battlefields. What do you think of the community? Let us know in the comments – the discussion, as always, is open!