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The latest update to Call of Duty Modern Warfare introduced a feature many fans have been asking for since the game reached past the 200GB storage size mark: the ability to uninstall certain game modes to free up space. The update rolled out yesterday but here’s a brief guide to how much space you can actually free up, and how exactly to do it.
Infinity Ward has revealed that the next update for Call of Duty Modern Warfare will allow you to choose which game modes you’d like to install, meaning you can finally make the game smaller by uninstalling certain game modes that you don’t play often like Campaign, Spec Ops, or Multiplayer.
Season 3 for Call of Duty Warzone. It’s available now to all players with a brand new Battle Pass and extra features. Possibly the most exciting addition for fans of Modern Warfare is the return of the courageous CIA operator from the campaign, Alex, and the addition of Quadros in Warzone.
After loads of leaks suggesting a remastered version of the classic Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered has finally arrived… On PlayStation 4. The remastered MW2 Campaign will be a Sony exclusive for a month, after which it will become available for all platforms.
There seems to have been some development on the Battle Royale mode for Warzone’, arrive as soon as early March. And on top of that, Warzone will unlock for all existing owners of the game as well as be released as a free-to-play version for new players.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has been garnering much success lately. The somewhat-of-a-reboot has had fans praising it for ‘going back to its roots’, but still retaining what has set the series apart from other shooters.
I probably wasn’t the only one hoodwinked by Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s “largest free content drop in franchise history” a fortnight ago. It was a single map and a battle pass so, er, thanks for that Activision. We should be expecting them to bend the truth at this point because what they actually meant was this entire season of COD: Modern Warfare wouldn’t be the largest free content drop. That’s three months to drip out content rather than the six maps in one go many fans were led to believe.
Infinity Ward has dropped all the gory details surrounding Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s Season One, which kicks off on December 3rd. It’s being touted as the “biggest free content drop in Call of Duty history”, a fact that’s pretty difficult to argue with when you see it all laid bare.
As sure as the day is long, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be getting a battle royale mode. Anyone who’s had the displeasure of trying out its co-op Spec Ops campaign will have spotted what is clearly the template for a huge battle royale map. Now though, a huge data mining leak has spilled plenty of details on what to expect, including spilling the beans on its massive 200-player last man standing zone.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has got off to a decent start in terms of both reviews and sales but the multiplayer is a goddamn slippery slope which needs fixing, and fast. COD: Modern Warfare is hugely unbalanced right now, features some series worst map design, and heavily favours campers.
One of the big changes for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare this year is Activision and Infinity Ward have dropped paid map packs for the first time since, well, ever, if we count the original Call of Duty’s expansion packs. All post-launch maps, modes and weapons are going to be free of charge.