Modern Warfare 2 campaign mission list, rewards, and how long to beat

The Modern Warfare 2 campaign has multiplayer rewards earned for completing each mission, including a special reward for beating the campaign on any difficulty.

It’s helpful to know how many missions and how long it takes to complete Modern Warfare 2 so you can plan your time accordingly.

We’ve detailed this information below, along with all of the MW2 campaign rewards, including what you get for completing the game.

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MW2 Missions and Rewards List

Modern Warfare 2’s campaign has 17 missions and, as with previous Call of Duty campaigns, the action is split across multiple continents and game types as you jump between the perspectives of multiple characters.

Although inspired by the original Modern Warfare 2 released in 2009, this iteration is a continuation of the story rebooted in 2019’s Modern Warfare, with a very different plot, so prepare for some surprises!

For completing each mission, you’ll earn a reward that can be used in MW2’s multiplayer, Special Ops, and Warzone 2.0 modes, and you’ll also receive a blueprint for completing all seventeen missions on any difficulty.

Here is the complete list of Modern Warfare 2 missions and the campaign rewards for each mission:

mw2 mission Completion Reward
Strike Soap Determination Business Card
Kill or capture Emblem of what’s done, done
wet work Double XP Token
Trade Dual Weapon XP Token
Limit chained calling card
Poster protection Chuy Operator
Charged air Double XP Token
difficult point Dual Weapon XP Token
Reconnaissance by fire Gaz phone card
Violence and timing Nova Operator
The Nameless Double XP Token
dark water Dual Weapon XP Token
Only Shadow Company Operations Calling Card
Prison Break Operator Reyes
Hindsight understanding Double XP Token
Ghost Team hutch operator
Countdown (complete all campaign missions) Weapon plan of the Union Guard

MW2 Union Guard Campaign Full Reward Explained

The Union Guard is a variant of the assault rifle as its primary weapon and is Captain Price’s signature weapon. Compared to the original assault rifle, the Union Guard has more aiming stability, reduced vertical and horizontal recoil, sound suppression, and clear vision.

The Union Guard blueprint reward comes with four pre-equipped accessories:

  • Aim OP-V4 reflex optics
  • PEQ SZ 1MW laser
  • FSS Covert V silencer at the mouth
  • Lockgrip Pricision-40 Vertical grip under the barrel

Price’s signature weapon, the Union Guard assault rifle.

Getting stuck in multiplayer? We explain the best weapons in Modern Warfare 2 and how to unlock all weapons and accessories, as well as individual pages on how to build an MP5 loadout, an FTAC loadout, an M4 loadout, a Kastov 762 loadout, a SP-R 208 loadout, a TAQ 56. 556 Icarus equipment, Vel 46 equipment, M16 equipment and FSS Hurricane equipment. At launch, you may be wondering where the Battle Pass and Hardcore Tier 1 modes are, as well as how to claim Modern Warfare 2 Twitch drops. Elsewhere, learn how to turn off cross-play on PlayStation and Xbox, get and use Double XP, level up quickly, get gold camouflage, check KD and unlock all MW2 operators. Replaying the story? We have explanations for the duration of the Modern Warfare 2 campaign and all the safe code combinations.

How long should the MW2 campaign take?

The time it takes to beat MW2’s campaign depends on the difficulty you’re playing on and whether you’re trying to earn trophies or achievements along the way, such as opening all the safes for the ‘Gentleman Thief’ award.

Generally speaking, though, if you play on Recruit or Regular difficulty and just focus on beating each level, it will take you six to eight hours to complete the campaign in Modern Warfare 2.

Although there are more missions than normal, some are shorter, making this the typical length of a Call of Duty game.

Good luck playing the campaign!

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