Double XP weekend is coming to a close...

#41darkshadowmasterPosted 12/17/2012 5:45:43 AM
About lvl 40 prestige 6 to lvl 46 prestige 8.

Damn that 30k xp a match was nice.
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#42JammyBauer23Posted 12/17/2012 5:47:41 AM
blackweasel30 posted...
What level did you start at and what did you end at?

I went from 1st prestige level 43 to 3rd prestige level 15.


Level 2 prestige 8 to level 2 prestige 52. Six and a half hours play time. Used th AN and the MP7 and a target finder scope on my ballistic.
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#43ArtisticChicPosted 12/17/2012 5:49:21 AM
3rd 45 to 4th 30 or something
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#44Tube_of_NoobPosted 12/17/2012 6:10:19 AM
Prestige 2 lvl 38 --------> Prestige 3 lvl 22

I cant believe how some people jumped like two prestiges or more this weekend. It takes about 17-18 hours for me to prestige. So Im guessing the people who prestiged more than once played like +/- 30 hours this weekend. Thats a whole lot of CoD, dont you guys have like jobs, homework, kids, girlfriends/wives, watch football, outside recreations or sleep? Im not making fun of anyone I just cant wrap my head around people playing a game that long.
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#45NessPaulaJeffPoPosted 12/17/2012 7:31:55 AM
I think I started at 18 and made it to 30. Yeah, I only just started playing a week ago or so. I don't care about my rank or K/D or W/L, I just want to unlock stuff and try out new combinations.
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#46PsychoSkidMarkPosted 12/17/2012 7:32:37 AM
Tube_of_Noob posted...
Prestige 2 lvl 38 --------> Prestige 3 lvl 22

I cant believe how some people jumped like two prestiges or more this weekend. It takes about 17-18 hours for me to prestige. So Im guessing the people who prestiged more than once played like +/- 30 hours this weekend. Thats a whole lot of CoD, dont you guys have like jobs, homework, kids, girlfriends/wives, watch football, outside recreations or sleep? Im not making fun of anyone I just cant wrap my head around people playing a game that long.


Doesn't take people nearly that long. People good at getting points can get 30k points a match, at least. It took me maybe 5 hours to prestige.
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#47caradacosPosted 12/17/2012 7:36:50 AM
Level 38 to level 40.
#48GamebeatsmomPosted 12/17/2012 7:41:55 AM
JammyBauer23 posted...
blackweasel30 posted...
What level did you start at and what did you end at?

I went from 1st prestige level 43 to 3rd prestige level 15.


Level 2 prestige 8 to level 2 prestige 52. Six and a half hours play time. Used th AN and the MP7 and a target finder scope on my ballistic.


There is no attatchments for the balistic.

Started at prestige 2-45. 14 hours straight later, prestige 7-37.
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#49onthefly350yardPosted 12/17/2012 7:58:24 AM
1st Prestige level 40 to 4th Prestige level 21. I played waaay too much... If I wasn't so horrible at this game I probably would have gotten to 5th...
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#50darkshadowmasterPosted 12/17/2012 8:00:15 AM
Tube_of_Noob posted...
Prestige 2 lvl 38 --------> Prestige 3 lvl 22

I cant believe how some people jumped like two prestiges or more this weekend. It takes about 17-18 hours for me to prestige. So Im guessing the people who prestiged more than once played like +/- 30 hours this weekend. Thats a whole lot of CoD, dont you guys have like jobs, homework, kids, girlfriends/wives, watch football, outside recreations or sleep? Im not making fun of anyone I just cant wrap my head around people playing a game that long.


Depending on the mode you could get almost a level per match at the lvl 40+ side, and almost 2-3 levels per match on the lower levels.
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