This new playlist update contains two changes. First, uncommon and rare burst-fire versions of the M4 assault rifle have been removed from loot caches in Warzone. Developer Infinity Ward did not provide any commentary around why the weapons have been removed.
A quick playlist update is now live across all platforms to adjust the following:
• Removing uncommon and rare burst fire versions of the M4 assault rifle in #Warzone loot
• Allowing parties into the All or Nothing playlist in #ModernWarfare
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) June 24, 2020
Second, Modern Warfare’s new All or Nothing playlist now supports parties whereas previously it did not. These playlist changes are available now across PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Like other playlist updates, this one should download in a flash from the game’s title screen.
This is the second playlist update for Modern Warfare and Warzone in the past 24 hours. An earlier update introduced a series of new playlists for Modern Warfare and Warzone, including Boots on the Ground War, Realism Mosh Pit, All or Nothing, and Stir-Crazy, among others.
Today’s playlist update for #ModernWarfare and #Warzone are now live across all platforms!
– Boots on the Ground War
– Realism Mosh Pit
– All or Nothing
– Face Off
– Stir-Crazy (10v10)
– Plunder Quads (Replaces Blood Money)
– BR Quads (Replaces Realism BR)
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) June 23, 2020
In other news, Modern Warfare and Warzone recently welcomed the newest Operator, Gaz, who comes from the campaign.
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