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New Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Update Patch Notes Confirmed

Infinity Ward has rolled out a new batch of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare patch notes for you to gawk at, confirming nerfs have been made to the notoriously powerful 725 shotgun. We’ve included the full patch notes below.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Update Patch Notes

GENERAL FIXES:

  • Special Operations: Fix for an issue where a player would see no objective after retrying a mission after spectating (Operation Paladin)
  • CDL: Fix for rulesets in Search and Destroy where Field Upgrades were disabled
  • Fix for an exploit where players could duplicate their killstreaks (“Fix for various exploits”)
  • Fix for the “Blue V” Optic challenge not displaying the proper text description
  • Fix misspelling of “trophy”

GROUND WAR:

  • Fixed a bug that could cause the filter on the respawn selection screen to stay on screen when spawning back in
  • Fix for an issue where the Select Loadout screen would keep reappearing after already selecting a loadout and attempting to spawn back in

MISSIONS/CHALLENGES:

  • The following challenges have been fixed:
    • “Infiltrator”
    • “Warrior’s Code”
    • “Aggression”
    • “Dominator”
    • “Munitions”
    • Officer progression “Launch Destroys”
    • Officer progression “Heartbreaker”
    • Officer progression ”Precision Airstrike”
    • Officer progression: “Karma”
    • Officer progression “Close and Personal”

WEAPONS:

  • AUG
    • Increasing close range damage
    • Increasing mid damage range and reduced chest multiplier
  • 725
    • Small reduction to base weapon damage range
    • Significantly reduced the damage range added by attachments
    • Small hips spread increase
    • Reduced effective damage at the hip
  • Model 680: Slight reduction of damage range with all range-extending attachments

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare was released for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One on October 25. A dataminer recently leaked details on the long-rumored Call of Duty: Modern Warfare battle royale mode, so read more on that here.

The latest entry in the multi-million selling first-person shooter franchise pulled in $600 million in just three days, beating out Black Ops 4 in the process.

Read our review of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare here.