Modern Warfare and Warzone: Two new updates confirmed

from David Martin
Infinity Ward confirms that there are currently two updates in the works for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone. Community manager Ashton Williams writes about the short message service Twitter that the upcoming patches will include balancing optimizations for weapons, the removal of an exploit and a fix for a graphics problem in connection with weapons. The information does not indicate when the patches appear as a download. It remains to be seen whether the first fixes are already in today's playlist patch.

Infinity Ward is working on additional updates for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone. Confirmed via the short message service Twitter Community Manager Ashton Williamsthat the developers are currently working on two patches. The upcoming updates are mainly about bug fixes and optimizations. In the aforementioned Twitter posts, Williams also gives a small outlook. Further balancing optimizations of individual weapons as well as the elimination of an unspecified exploit and an armory bug are pending.

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In addition, the community manager has announced a fix for a graphics problem related to the weapons. The "Play Again" function will also be optimized with the upcoming updates for Modern Warfare and Warzone. Players have reported problems here in the past. It remains to be seen at what time the new patches for the two first-person shooters will be available for download. (buy now for € 54.99)

A new playlist update is expected for tonight: Among other things, Infinity Ward is changing the modes in the multiplayer mode – and with Bare Bones even brings a completely new variant to the first-person shooter. In Battle Royale, mini-royales are waiting for all players. It is not known whether one or the other of the hotfixes mentioned will be installed together with the playlist patch. We will keep you up to date in our news area.

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