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Call of Duty Modern Warfare and Warzone Playlist Update is Live

Call of Duty Modern Warfare and Warzone Playlist Update is Live

Infinity Ward has announced playlist updates for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone for June 24th, 2020 for all three platforms.  The updates surely bring a lot to the table with some new additions and bring back some old game modes.

The changes coming to both Modern Warfare and Warzone are a treat to the community. The playlist brings a total of 7 updates. Take a look at the list below.

Changes coming to Call of Duty

Boots on the Ground War will bring infantry troops with no tanks on the battlefield whatsoever. Players will be facing opponents either on foot or smaller vehicles. Gameplay will be a bit difficult too given the realism mode attached to it. Realism Mosh Pit, the toughened game mode with HUD disabled will keep the players hooked. Furthermore, there will be no mini-maps or loadout information. At Least friendly fire is off, so don’t worry about shooting your teammates.

Also making its debut is All or Nothing. The new free-for-all game mode will see players start off with just a combat knife, an empty handgun, and ‘Minimal Perks’. The players will then battle their way to 20 kills.

The classic Face-Off will see players go against each other 1v1 on a smaller map, 2v2 and 3v3. Face off can be played on split screen or on public and private matches. The fast-paced Stir-Crazy is also part of this week’s update. 

Battle Royale Quads also returns. Players can now play the Battle Royale along with their friends in Solo, Duo, Trio, and Quad modes. Blood Money and Realism Battle Royale will be removed in the process.  Warzone and Modern Warfare will also release a new operator Kyle ‘Gaz’ Garrick, who will be available on the store. The Gaz operator bundle will include a skin plus other challenges along with weapon blueprints.

To know in-depth details on all the playlists, read Activision’s blog.

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