Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare New Patch Notes, More Changes Coming Later

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare New Patch Notes, More Changes Coming Later
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A new update is now available for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, as Infinity Ward has rolled out a software patch for their new first-person shooter.

The newest update for Modern Warfare fixes a few issues that players have had with the game, with the most notable change being to players’ footsteps, which will now be filtered out based on occlusion effects. 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 significant change is that stun grenades can now disable claymore mines for three seconds, which will be a welcomed change, as players have complained that MW’s claymores are a bit overpowered.

You can take a look at the full list of updates that have come to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare below.

  • More fixes to prevent crashes and improve stability across all platforms
  • Battlechatter has been removed from tactical, one-life modes
  • APCs and Tanks in Ground War no longer award points towards a nuke
  • Fix for charms affecting weapon performance when firing from the hip
  • Claymores: Stun grenades can now force claymores into a disabled state for 3 seconds
  • Footsteps: Adjustments to tame the third-person footsteps. They will now filter out based on occlusion more.
  • Fix to an issue where Tac Inserts could cause players to spawn out of bounds
  • Fix for the gold camo not unlocking on the .357

Joe Cecot, who is the multiplayer design director for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, has said that more updates will be coming to the game later, which is hardly surprising to hear. Some of those updates will be more significant, as a recent leak by reliable leaker The Gaming Revolution said that a Battle Royale mode will be coming to the game in January.

Additionally, TGR leaked the full list of maps that are coming to Modern Warfare soon, some of which were featured in prior Call of Duty titles. Also, all future maps will be free to add, but as of this writing, Infinity Ward hasn’t revealed when the new maps will be added to the game.

Since it launched last month, the latest installment of what’s arguably the most popular first-person shooter on the market has done very well. On top of that, the reviews for the game have been great, as it’s currently listed as one of the best games in the history of the Call of Duty franchise.