Infinity Ward releases a new update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. As previously announced, the playlist update took place on Tuesday evening. The update information is now available with all changes. The update does not only contain the previously communicated changes. With the patch, the developers also bring back Shoot House 24/7. The map replaces the shipment card. In the article, you can read what is also changing with the playlist update in Modern Warfare.
For Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is a new playlist update ready. As previously announced by Infinity Ward, the update was released on Tuesday evening. The patch notes with all changes are now available. The update also contains innovations that the developers had not communicated in advance. This applies, for example, to Shoot House 24/7. With the playlist update, the popular 24/7 map comes back to the first person shooter. Shipment 24/7 will be replaced. Means: Shoot House can now be played around the clock again – there is no map rotation.
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With the Modern Warfare Update, Gun Game is also placed in the Quick Play filter. One of the patch highlights is waiting for you with Gunfight 3vs3. The popular mode can now also be played in three-against-three format. So you will go into duels with up to two other players in the future. The 2vs2 battles at Gunfight still remain in the game.
The update is rounded off with a "Same Day Delivery" playlist with the game modes Cranked and Drop Zone. The update is available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. At what time with the next big update remains to be seen. Last week, the developers announced that they wanted to finish and release the patch quickly. As soon as we receive further information, you will find out as usual in our news area. (buy now for € 44.00)
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