Call of Duty Modern Warfare brought once with its release a couple of issues which, according to players, are hard not to notice them. The game it did, of course, marked some high and fast-selling rates, but with a multiplayer feature issue, developers must bring an update.
Ashton Williams, part of team Infinity Ward, made a detailed announcement about such an update, but without a release date. He said, ” We have some fixed going into our next update that gives an option to disable the spawned camera in private match, thermals can now see through smoke, and we fixed the SnD mounting glitch.”
Soon, Call of Duty Modern Warfare’s developers might release a massive 200 player battle royale mode.
Call of Duty Modern Warfare So Far
Call of Duty Modern Warfare is the sixth installment in the Call of Duty series, developed by Infinity Ward. The game was released on October 25, 2019, and it was introduced as a first-person shooter video. It is available for PS4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows. Developers announced that the game brings enhanced performance and graphics, more detailed environments, and ray-tracing capabilities.
For example, players got to enjoy now another experience with real-life conflicts, such as the Syrian Civil War or Londonese terrorist incidents. Also, they have to follow the CIA officer and British SAS forces as they confront the fictional country of Urzikstan, and combating the Russian troops who have invaded the country.
Call of Duty Modern Warfare’s multiplayer has been improved to give players more tactical gameplay, such as the focus on map exploration, a “Realism” mode that eliminated the HUD, and door breaching. Modern Warfare represents the first game in its series to have a Zombies mode, instead of Special Ops.