Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be updated for the first time on Friday for the first time with a new multiplayer map, a new ground war map and the Hardpoint mode. The update is available to all platforms and players for free, although it is not known exactly when it will arrive. That is, if history suggests, it will be somewhere in the morning hours of the US West Coast, on the East Coast around noon, and in the evening in the UK.
Free maps and Hardpoint are coming to # ModernWarfare – Shoot House® New Ground War Map – Krovnik Farmland® Hardpoint Free for all players, available on Friday, 08.11. pic.twitter.com/voo87jKcHu[19459008lightboxesNovember72019
Shoot House is a new 6v6 card that looks like a classic Call of Duty card, while Krovnik Farmland is an exclusive Ground Force card that looks like any old rural town From the little pictures that we see in the Twitter announcement. The new patch also marks a return to classic hardpoint mode, an intense game where teams have to stick to hardpoints for as long as they can while the opposing team is fighting over the takeover. Bug fixes and improvements, such as from an Activision Art Lead on Resetera confirmed. Ashton Williams, senior communications manager at Infinity Ward, sent a tweet on Wednesday stating that a new update to Modern Warfare will be released in the next few days that will improve stability on all platforms, fixing bugs and the weapon tuning improves, footsteps, clay and more. "The developer's Twitter responses suggest that the patch aims to reduce crashes and streamline the often malicious 725 shotgun / sniper." A recent -datamin suggests that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is going to come up with 38 new cards, of course, datamined leaks can not be used to validate anything, but considering how ambitious Activision was with Modern Warfare, 38 new cards do not surprise me [19659004LikeorNotCallofDuty:ModernWarfarelooksstunningandourguideto Black Friday TV Deals can help you make the most of your images.