Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - three multiplayer maps dropping tomorrow

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - three multiplayer maps dropping tomorrow

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - three multiplayer maps dropping tomorrow

Modern Warfare is also rumored to get a Battle Royale mode with some of the classic Call of Duty maps.

Williams said that the update will fix bugs and improve stability across all platforms, but more importantly, it will address some of the most controversial and talked about issues in the game like claymores and footsteps. Also, the battle chatter, which is the brief lines that the characters will use during online matches, have been removed from the tactical, one-life modes. Another notable change would be regarding claymores. Thankfully, Infinity Ward has noticed this and has mentioned that a Modern Warfare 725 nerf is coming "soon!" They will now filter out based on occlusion more.

Modern Warfare Battle Passes will launch timed to new, post-launch live seasons, Activision said in October.

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This was mentioned by Co-Design Director of Multiplayer Joe Cecot over on Twitter in replying to Twitch streamer Hutch, where he confirmed that a nerf is indeed incoming for the 725 and claymores.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare was released just under two weeks ago, but Infinity Ward and Activision are already bringing new content to the latest installment in the popular franchise.

Free Maps and Hardpoint coming to #ModernWarfare. On top of that, the reviews for the game have been great, as it's now listed as one of the best games in the history of the Call of Duty franchise.

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