CoD: Modern Warfare’s Battle Pass is coming "slightly later"

Call of Duty Modern Warfare’ review Just like the good old days

Call of Duty Modern Warfare’ review Just like the good old days

Whereas, the game mode - Hardpoint is making its way to the new COD title. The first of these maps is Shoot House, which will be added to the rotation in regular playlists, while Krovnik Farmland will be exclusive to Ground War, the 32v32 Battlefield-esque mode. An 8.5GB update is available for download on PlayStation 4 right now, adding free new content and some online balance changes.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is available to play now.

With the release of patch update 1.07 for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare across platforms, Infinity Ward has released two new maps for Multiplayer in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

Hardpoint has been added to the official public playlist.

In a call with investors following the earnings' reveal, Activision reiterated plans to launch a battle pass for Modern Warfare, and revealed that it's going to arrive in December, which it says is later than originally planned. The team's aim is to hold onto Hardpoint locations for as long as they can from enemy teams taking over the control.

Krovnik Farmland and Shoot House are two the new maps we'll be able to dive into over the weekend. The goal is to secure a point on the map and repel it from the opposing team.

Correct, back again to patch notes: a number of days in the past, Reddit consumer TmuIIz shared a hugely popular clip of what they termed "the longest shotgun shot in Simply call of Duty record". Details on the new Battle Pass are sketchy but it is expected to involve efforts to keep loot boxes far away from the series.

According to both Activision and Infinity Ward, this free content is just the start of many changes and updates coming to Modern Warfare.

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