CoD Modern Warfare 2: Hasan describes CoD MWII as a “war crime simulator”- Hasan Piker is one of the most fascinating personalities across the globe. Apart from being a streamer, he is engaged in several political activities in the industry. The politically engaged streamer recently gave his views after playing Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, where he labeled the game as a ‘war crime simulator.
Hasan’s foray into the Modern Warfare 2 gameplay saw some wild and as well as hilarious moments. According to the streamer, the creators of MW2 were involved in making the game one of the over-the-top styles. Due to this factor, it seems that the gameplay generated various scenarios that the political critic couldn’t help but dissect in the spirit of reality.
CoD Modern Warfare 2: Hasan Hasan describes CoD MWII as a “war crime simulator”
There is no doubt that the gameplay is compelling and does construct an interesting story overall. In contrary to this Hasan Piker had some primary issues with how exaggerated each mission was, which caused him to make multiple jokes about the game, which he referred to as a “war crime simulator.”
The above can be clearly demonstrated with a mission in the gameplay. When Hasan started his campaign for the mission, Task Force 141, where they were to descend down to a desert land followed by a friendly helicopter. Instantly, Hasan received comments from his followers that this mission is a replica of how the American invasion to execute Osama Bin Laden was carried out. As if this mission was inspired by a past incident. The streamer instantly without any hesitation rejected the notion.
He stated sarcastically, “If that was the case, the helicopter in front of me would immediately explode. Everybody knows that Seal Team Six loves dropping helicopters. It’s famously their favorite thing to do,”
Moments after this comment, his helicopter was blown away by enemy soldiers. Hasan returning to his senses stated that “Okay, this game is realistic…”
Another such incident occurred when the player is given the authority of a missile, and it was monitoring the car of a high-profile person. Piker took a while to realize what was occurring, but once it did, he made every effort to fight it.
“It’s making me do it…I don’t wanna do the war crime,” he cried out loud as he directed the explosion to its intended location. “I just executed a state leader of a foreign state!”