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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare reveals new maps and game mode

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

Actually new will be two new maps, which will also be joining the game as part of the same update. 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 now available for PS4, PC, and Xbox One.

Another huge map which is coming free for all is Krovnik Farmland.

"New Multiplayer Map - Shoot House".

Hardpoint has been added to the official public playlist.

As for the upcoming Battle Pass, Activision and Infinity Ward have announced that it'll be arriving in December, so you can expect our review-in-progress to be completed around that time too.

Infinity Ward has nerfed Claymores so they don't eliminate players at full health in today's update 1.07.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has only been out for a matter of weeks but already we've got new maps for free, as Krovnik Farmland has been added to Ground War, with Shoot House landing in multiplayer. Points are allocated for holding the Hardpoint, so the team which holds on to the Hardpoint longer wins.

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". Going by the images shared by Activision, the map resembles a Ground Force exclusive with the backdrop of an old rural town.

It's part of a new strategy where Call of Duty will be supported by a Battle Pass system, rather than a Loot Box system like in the past. Battle Passes will launch timed to new, post-launch live seasons, so you can unlock cool new Modern Warfare-themed content that matches each season.

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