Infinity Ward has released a new update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. The patch is now available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. In the meantime, the patch notes with the changes and innovations are also available. Modern Warfare players can look forward to a playlist update. Among others: Cranked Kill Confirmed and Mercenary Moshpit. In addition, you will now experience Gunfight in the theme of St. Patrick's Day. The update also has an update for Call of Duty: Warzone. There are also bug fixes. The Battle Royale mode now offers a solo mode. In the article you can read the details of the changelog.
A new update is available for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. The patch is now available for download on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. In the meantime, the patch notes are also available – and with it all changes and innovations. The focus of the update is a playlist update. In the multiplayer mode of the first person shooter, you can now make Cranked Kill Confirmed, Mercenary Moshpit and Atlas Superstore 24/7 (10v10) "Doorbuster 24/7" unsafe. The latter is included in the 24/7 format, so it can be played 24 hours a day without changing the map.
After the update, you'll also experience Gunfight mode in St. Patrick's Day theme in Modern Warfare. The patch also has an update for Call of Duty: Warzone players. Battle Royale players now have the opportunity to fight in a solo mode. The trios, the standard variant, remain in the game.
The Modern Warfare Update is rounded off with various bug fixes. For example, the patch notes show that Infinity Ward fixed the annoying kill count bug in Warzone. Previously, it could happen that the player who was responsible for the decisive shot was not credited with a kill. On the Infinity Ward website find out which other problems have also been solved. (buy now for 53.88 €)
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