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Modern Warfare 3 Zombies Goes MIA: Delivery Truck Bug Derails Progress

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Zombies, the unexpected and surprisingly delightful addition to the classic shooter, has been plagued by its fair share of bugs since launch. From players being unceremoniously ejected from helicopters to exfil choppers refusing to cooperate, the undead hordes haven’t been the only source of frustration. But the latest glitch takes the cake (and leaves it undelivered, ironically) – the Cargo Delivery contract is being rendered impossible thanks to a vanishing act by the all-important cargo truck.

For the uninitiated Cargo Delivery tasks players with locating and driving a specific vehicle to a designated drop-off point within the allotted time. Completing the contract rewards precious XP and loot, making it a popular choice for those seeking a quick and relatively safe way to boost their progress. However, for some unlucky players, the truck simply refuses to spawn, leaving them staring at an empty parking space like a confused customer at a closed pizza joint.

The extent of the bug seems to vary. Some players report the truck never appearing at all, while others see it materialize briefly before promptly disappearing into thin air like a spectral apparition. This inconsistency adds to the frustration, with players left wondering if they’re doing something wrong or if the glitch gods are simply toying with them.

Naturally, the internet has been abuzz with reports and workarounds. Reddit threads are brimming with frustrated players commiserating and sharing their experiences. Some suggest restarting the game or changing your Operator skin, while others offer tongue-in-cheek solutions like bribing the local Juggernauts or performing a blood sacrifice to the RNG gods.

While the humor helps alleviate the annoyance, the lack of a definitive fix is concerning. Infinity Ward, the game’s developer, has yet to officially acknowledge the bug, leaving players in the lurch. This radio silence isn’t exactly confidence-inspiring, especially considering the string of technical issues that have plagued Modern Warfare 3 Zombies since its launch.

The Cargo Delivery bug isn’t just a minor inconvenience; it’s a roadblock to progression. Players who rely on these contracts for XP and loot are understandably frustrated, especially with the limited content currently available in Modern Warfare 3 Zombies. The lack of communication from Infinity Ward only adds to the feeling of being abandoned in the face of a bizarre and disruptive glitch.

Here’s hoping that Infinity Ward takes swift action to address this issue. A simple patch fixing the truck’s spawn would go a long way in restoring player confidence and ensuring that the undead hordes, not buggy contracts, remain the primary source of frustration in Modern Warfare 3 Zombies. Until then, players can only hope for the best, offer up a few prayers to the RNG gods, and maybe avoid parking their hopes and dreams on the back of a potentially invisible truck.

In the meantime, here are some alternative ways to earn XP and loot in Modern Warfare 3 Zombies:

  • Slay zombies, duh: This is the bread and butter of any good zombie mode. Focus on efficient headshots and chaining together kills for maximum points and XP.
  • Complete side objectives: Each map has various side objectives, such as activating switches or collecting intel, that reward bonus XP and loot.
  • Embrace the Exfil challenge: Successfully escaping the zombie horde via exfil chopper is a high-risk, high-reward proposition that nets you a hefty XP bonus.
  • Team up with friends: Teamwork makes the dream work, especially in Zombies. Coordinate with your squadmates to maximize your efficiency and increase your chances of success.

Remember, even if the Cargo Delivery truck takes a permanent vacation, there are still plenty of ways to have fun and progress in Modern Warfare 3 Zombies. So grab your favorite weapon, sharpen your trigger finger, and get ready to face the undead hordes head-on (or avoid them entirely if you prefer a less direct approach). Just don’t get too attached to any potential delivery trucks along the way.

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