Infinity Ward is preparing a playlist update for Cal of Duty: Modern Warfare. The next update will take place tonight. In the meantime, the developers have introduced the changes and innovations that come into play with today's playlist update. Among other things, fans can look forward to a long-awaited mode: With today's update, the Gunfight matches can also be played in three-on-three format. In addition, two more modes are planned. In the article we summarize the details of the new Modern Warfare update.
There's a new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare update coming today. A playlist update for the first person shooter is expected in the course of the evening. Infinity Ward has already published an outlook on the expected changes and innovations. Players can therefore look forward to a long-awaited mode. With today's update, a three-on-three format comes into play for the Gunfight duels.
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Means: In future skirmishes will involve three players per team. The two-on-two variant, which is also available, remains in the meantime. The 3vs3 duels get their own playlist. In addition, two game modes are returning this week with their own playlists on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. This includes the variant Cranked. The gameplay is reminiscent of Team Deathmatch. However, if you have eliminated an opponent, you will have to record another kill in a short time so as not to explode.
The update also brings back Drop Zone in Modern Warfare. It is important to conquer and hold most of the zones. Killstreaks you get through Care Packages. The update should be live this evening around 7 p.m. Infinity Ward also announced that another Double XP weekend with double experience points and double weapon XP will take place from January 17-19. The developers are currently also working on a major Modern Warfare update. (buy now for € 44.00)
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