In our Modern Warfare 2 weapon storage explained guide, we are going to take apart this new system that will be added to the game. As far as we can tell at this point, Vaults are going to be a fairly important element of COD Modern Warfare 2. So it will be helpful to know a thing or two about them before launch. So let’s see what these Weapon Vaults are and what they do.
FJX Cinder Weapon Vault in COD Modern Warfare 2 explained
The Modern Warfare 2 weapon storage for the FJX Cinder looks like a huge set of blueprints. Essentially, it contains all the modules of a given weapon platform (more on that in the next section) and, even better, they all retain the “cosmetic properties of all modules specific to its base platform”. If you want to get the FJX Cinder from the get-go, you’ll need to buy the Vault Edition, which will set you back $100 (or whatever your local equivalent is). I believe that this is far from the only weapon storage that you will see in the game. And I’m going to assume that they will cost a penny.
So here’s what the COD Modern Warfare 2 Weapon Vault is and what it does. I have already talked about weapon platforms. What exactly is it? This is part of the updated Gunsmith system. You can learn more about it on the official website or in our guide, but here is the summary. You will notice that there is a new item in the upgrade system, and that is the Receiver. This fixture changes weapons from one type to another on the same weapon platform. So, for example, it can turn an FJX Cinder assault rifle into an SMG if you have the right receiver. As far as I understand, you can also use specific attachments in different sinks. This should reduce the number of baits, at least in theory. We’ll have to wait and see how it works out.