Call of Duty Modern Warfare update coming separate from Warzone and Cold War patch?
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A new leak out this month suggests that at least one more big update is coming to Call of Duty Modern Warfare and COD Warzone.
And while it would be separate from the recent content injection seen with the launch of Black Ops Cold War Season 1, it looks like some of the cosmetic stuff will be available to use in other games.
A series of new leak suggest three more weapons will be available to use in Modern Warfare, along with a new operator.
Captain John “Soap” MacTavish will reportedly become a playable character in Modern Warfare, Warzone and Black Ops Cold War.
The MacTavish bundle will reportedly cost 2400 COD points and comes with this description: “Pay homage to all possible timelines when you play as the mohawked Scotsman, John “Soap” MacTavish. Complete the included operator mission to unlock additional Soap Skins.
“Note: The weapons included apply both an ice Tracer fire effect and the Dismemberment effect.”
Meanwhile, the new Modern Warfare weapons coming to the game reportedly include CX-9, Raal MG, and Sykov.
No release date has been attached with these items, meaning we don’t know when this Modern Warfare update will arrive.
And it should be noted that while new content is reportedly coming to Modern Warfare, this doesn’t mean there will be a Season 7 for the game.
While there is no new Battle Passes planned for Modern Warfare separate from Cold War, gamers have a great chance at trying out Black Ops this week.
As confirmed by Activision earlier this month, Black Ops Cold War can be downloaded and play for free until December 24.
Call of Duty shows off PC graphics in Black Ops Cold War trailer
Stage 1 of the free trial week is coming to an end, with stage 2 scheduled to being later today.
This will include all the modes from the previous stage as well as these extra in-game events:
The popular mode delivers its hilarious take on hide-and-seek, Call of Duty style. For those who don’t know, Prop Hunt pits two teams against one another: Hunters and Props.
Props disguise themselves as scenery like baby grand pianos or mannequins, while Hunters try to track the Props down and eliminate them before they escape and blend in with the environment again. First team to take three rounds wins.
Combined Arms: Hardpoint
In this new addition to Combined Arms, two teams of 12 battle to capture and control a moving objective across four maps: Armada, Crossroads, Miami, and Cartel. Use tanks, gunboats, and snowmobiles to own objectives and take out the enemy’s control.
Although the time limit is five minutes, the clock will pause when either team controls the objective, allowing for epic comebacks. The first team to reach the 350 score limit wins.
Fireteam: Dirty Bomb
Drop into this frenzied 40-player mode to collect, deliver, and deposit uranium into several active dirty bombs sites. You earn score by killing enemies, gathering and depositing uranium, and detonating dirty bombs. Maps include two massive play spaces: Ruka and Alpine.
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