It's going to be a big week for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Community manager Ashton Williams confirmed on Twitter that the next major update of the military shooter will be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC sometime before the week.
This is the big update from the developer Infinity Ward has been talking about it for some time. The update will include general stability enhancements and bug fixes, as well as items with larger tickets such as weapon tuning and cadence adjustments. There will also be changes to how Claymores works "and more," Williams said.
Anticipating unexpected issues, an update will be released in the coming days that will improve stability on all platforms, fix bugs and improve weapon tuning, footsteps, loams, and more.
̵1; Ashton Williams (@ashtonisVULCAN) November 6, 2019
Joe Cecot, co-director of The Multiplayer Game at Modern Warfare, added that there will be more updates and improvements in the coming year will give update, although he offered no details about it.
The update will be released "in the next few days," Williams said in a tweet sent on November 6. That means it should be released anytime now As Williams mentioned earlier, the release timing could change. Ask GameSpot for the latest update.
Since the launch, one of the biggest complaints players have made to Infinity Ward has been that they've been overtaxed by two weapons – the M4 rifle and the 725 shotgun. Williams said in a follow-up tweet that the 725 should be among the weapons addressed in the update. Players have also reported that claymores are generally overused and too effective, so it will be interesting to see what changes are in the pipeline. There should also be corrections for the spec ops mode, said Williams in another tweet.
Modern Warfare started on October 25, and it only took three days to earn more than $ 600 million in revenue. Sales in the first three days were better than any other Call of Duty released during this generation of consoles.