Now that we're getting into Season 4 of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone, a weapon-tuning is on the way. Infinity Ward has said the mid-season update will bring some changes to the current weapons balance in the FPS games. Speaking on Twitter, co-design director of multiplayer Joe Cecot confirmed a "batch of weapon tuning" will come with the mid-season update, and patch notes therein will explain exactly what's been rejigged. His reply comes to a player asking about the Grau being nerfed, claiming the assault rifle is ruining the battle royale game at the moment, and comparing it to the multiple nerfs the M4 received soon after it launched. The Grau is certainly a popular, reliable piece of kit. In our guide to the best Grau loadout, Jordan Forward describes it as "being arguably the easiest to use in all circumstances, with better recoil than the M4 and – thanks to its high muzzle velocity and low damage dropoff – better performance over long distances." It's one of the more popular choices in Warzone, and no doubt its wide, all-round usage is something Infinity Ward is keeping in mind for the upcoming tuning. PCGN
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Season 3 is coming to a close soon, and as we approach the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 4 release date, Activision and Infinity Ward have begun the teasers for the next round of content. The first video is here, and it basically confirms that Captain Price will be one of the new Season 4 Operators.
In the latest “This week in Call of Duty” blog post, Modern Warfare publisher Activision has detailed the FPS game’s upcoming changes – and, along with a new multiplayer map “now available in its own 24/7 playlist”, there’s a new look for Ghost that CoD stalwarts might recall.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 3 is now in full swing, and publisher Activision is rolling out a bunch more content to the game and its standalone spin-off Call of Duty: Warzone. Along with weapons, a bundle for Otter, and a new way to play Warzone, this week’s goodies include another double XP event and the return of a classic CoD team mode for Modern Warfare: Drop Zone.
We’re on the eve of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 3 release date, so Activision and Infinity Ward have prepared a trailer to help us count down the final hours before launch. The major changes to Warzone and Modern Warfare provide only a few surprises if you’ve been following the leaks, but you can read on for a full breakdown of what to expect ahead of the Season 3 release time.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and its standalone spin-off Call of Duty: Warzone will both be dishing out double rewards for your efforts in-game this coming weekend. Head into multiplayer, Special Ops, or the battle royale game’s fray during the event and you’ll pick up double XP, weapon XP, and Battle Pass progression.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is gritty. It’s grounded. And like all gritty, grounded games with cosmetic microtransactions eventually do, it’s getting extremely silly. Infinity Ward revealed Tamagotchi-style ‘Tamagunchis‘ for the game ahead of release last year, and now they’re finally live – just with a slight name change.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is definitely getting battle royale. Probably. Infinity Ward still hasn’t confirmed the mode’s existence – and it was notably absent from the Season 2 roadmap – but now that the new season is actually live, there’s little room for doubt. The new cinematic that greets you upon loading up Season 2 does everything but confirm that the mode is coming, and that’s not the only tease.
Less than an hour before the start of the inaugural Call of Duty League broadcast, Activision-Blizzard announced a deal with Google that will see the mega-publisher’s official esports events broadcast exclusively on YouTube. The deal covers Overwatch League, Call of Duty League, Hearthstone esports, “and more.”
If there’s something we genuinely love to see around these parts, it’s weird controllers being used to play games for which they were in no way intended. One YouTuber has made it his mission to do this with the DK Bongos accessory for the Nintendo Gamecube, and now he’s using them to play Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.