Infinity Ward has released their latest update for Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone. As outlined via Infinity Ward’s patch notes, PC players can now uninstall selected content from what is a huge game. Players have the choice to remove any of the following, the campaign, multiplayer, and special ops. The update includes a general fix for improved stability on PC.
In Modern Warfare, the playlist update includes Ground War, Gunfight, Deathmatch Domination + Drop Zone, Gun Game TDM, and HQ Firefight, while Blood Money Quads has been removed from Warzone, with Plunder Quads taking its place.
There is a range of general fixes across the game, from the “next unlocks” section showing attachments out of order to teammates being spawned in a closed-off room on Broadcast. Bugs from the “Nevermore” execution, faulty grenades in Mialstor, a lighting issue with the “Gilded Arm” variant, and a Survival mode glitch from wave 45 or above have been amended.
Infinity Ward has addressed the Kar98 and SP-R 208 in Warzone, (increasing and reducing their minimum damage at ranges respectively). The more general fixes in Warzone include a volume issue for War Tracks, a subway puzzle death glitch, the inaccessible Bunker 11, a gas mask bug, and a self revive error near the doors on the subway train.
Issues with bounty contracts, a collision bug at the airport, a fast-travel system error connected to the gulag, a player’s viewpoint when exiting a vehicle, or parachuting have all been rectified.
Last week, a number of Warzone players discovered a glitch that allows them to play private matches within Warzone, a feature currently not available within the battle-royale. Twitter users DetectiveWaffle and GlitchHunterz each shared screenshots of the glitch.
A traditional Warzone match permits 50 players into the lobby, the Mini Royale game, seen below, features only 24 – less than half.