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CoD: Modern Warfare And Warzone Update Nerfs One Specific Gun

Developer Infinity Ward has announced that a small update has rolled out for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone across PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The full patch notes are detailed below and make some specific adjustments to one particular gun.

That gun is the Rytec AMR, Modern Warfare and Warzone’s newest semi-automatic sniper rifle that fires explosive bullets alongside normal and thermite rounds. The latest patch fixes issues with the incorrect amount of experience points being awarded for using explosive rounds, adjusts the Fully Loaded perk when equipping alternate ammo types, and tweaks the gun’s ability to one-hit kill using explosive rounds in battle royale. In other words, the Rytec AMR has been nerfed slightly.

Elsewhere in the patch are fixes for the incorrect text appearing on SUV camos, ironing out bugs where CUAV’s could be found in Warzone, and a few more.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare, Warzone Patch Notes (July 9)

General Fixes:

  • Fix for incorrect text appearing as one of the SUV camos.
  • Fix for the Rytec AMR not awarding the correct amount of XP when using explosive rounds.
  • Fixed an issue where the Rytec AMR could one-hit kill when using explosive rounds in BR.
  • Fix for the Fully Loaded gun perk not functioning as intended when equipping alternate ammunition on the Rytec AMR.
  • Fixed a bug where a CUAV’s could be found in Warzone.
  • Fixed an issue where some players were unable to use Field Upgrades in FFA.
  • Fix for an issue where players were able to go AFK while playing All or Nothing.

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CoD: Modern Warfare And Warzone Update Nerfs This One Specific Gun

Developer Infinity Ward has announced that a small update has rolled out for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone across PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The full patch notes are detailed below and make some specific adjustments to one particular gun.

That gun is the Rytec AMR, Modern Warfare and Warzone’s newest semi-automatic sniper rifle that fires explosive bullets alongside normal and thermite rounds. The latest patch fixes issues with the incorrect amount of experience points being awarded for using explosive rounds, adjusts the Fully Loaded perk when equipping alternate ammo types, and tweaks the gun’s ability to one-hit kill using explosive rounds in battle royale. In other words, the Rytec AMR has been nerfed slightly.

Elsewhere in the patch are fixes for the incorrect text appearing on SUV camos, ironing out bugs where CUAV’s could be found in Warzone, and a few more.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare, Warzone Patch Notes (July 9)

General Fixes:

  • Fix for incorrect text appearing as one of the SUV camos.
  • Fix for the Rytec AMR not awarding the correct amount of XP when using explosive rounds.
  • Fixed an issue where the Rytec AMR could one-hit kill when using explosive rounds in BR.
  • Fix for the Fully Loaded gun perk not functioning as intended when equipping alternate ammunition on the Rytec AMR.
  • Fixed a bug where a CUAV’s could be found in Warzone.
  • Fixed an issue where some players were unable to use Field Upgrades in FFA.
  • Fix for an issue where players were able to go AFK while playing All or Nothing.

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CoD: Modern Warfare, Warzone Update Nerfs One Specific Gun, Full Patch Notes Outlined

Developer Infinity Ward has announced that a small update has rolled out for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone across PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The full patch notes are detailed below and make some specific adjustments to one particular gun.

That gun is the Rytec AMR, Modern Warfare and Warzone’s newest semi-automatic sniper rifle that fires explosive bullets alongside normal and thermite rounds. The latest patch fixes issues with the incorrect amount of experience points being awarded for using explosive rounds, adjusts the Fully Loaded perk when equipping alternate ammo types, and tweaks the gun’s ability to one-hit kill using explosive rounds in battle royale. In other words, the Rytec AMR has been nerfed slightly.

Elsewhere in the patch are fixes for the incorrect text appearing on SUV camos, ironing out bugs where CUAV’s could be found in Warzone, and a few more.

Full CoD: Modern Warfare, Warzone Patch Notes (July 9)

General Fixes:

  • Fix for incorrect text appearing as one of the SUV camos.
  • Fix for the Rytec AMR not awarding the correct amount of XP when using explosive rounds.
  • Fixed an issue where the Rytec AMR could one-hit kill when using explosive rounds in BR.
  • Fix for the Fully Loaded gun perk not functioning as intended when equipping alternate ammunition on the Rytec AMR.
  • Fixed a bug where a CUAV’s could be found in Warzone.
  • Fixed an issue where some players were unable to use Field Upgrades in FFA.
  • Fix for an issue where players were able to go AFK while playing All or Nothing.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare – Update mit neuer Playlist und weiteren Anpassungen

Spieler von Call of Duty: Modern Warfare und dem Battle-Royale-Ableger Warzone dürfen sich in dieser Woche über neue Playlist-Updates freuen. Unter anderem sind die Feuergefecht-Turniere zurückgekehrt, bei denen ihr in 2v2-Duellen exklusive Belohnungen…

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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare And Warzone Playlist Update: What's New For July 7

Update: Another July 8 playlist update is being rolled out for Warzone, which makes some additional changes following the previous day’s playlist update. Check them out in the tweet below.

Original story follows…

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and the battle royale game Warzone are mixing things up when it comes to multiplayer playlists. A series of new playlists are now in rotation for players to check out across both games, and they include new and returning playlists and modes.

For Modern Warfare, the new playlists include Gunfight Tournaments, Dirty Old Houseboat, Realism Gun Game, and Bomb Objective Mosh Pit. In Warzone, players can now try out Plunder: Blood Money Quads. With this new playlist update, developer Infinity Ward also removed the limited-time Juggernaut Royale mode.

The other existing Warzone modes–Solos, Duos, Trios, and 200-player Quads–are still available as well.

In addition to this playlist update, Infinity Ward is introducing new microtransaction bundles to the Modern Warfare/Warzone store this week, and one of them makes your gun look like a shark.

Looking ahead, Warzone’s rumored Season 5 update is set to introduce some major changes to the map. The map refresh is said to be part of how Activision will unveil the new Call of Duty game for 2020, which is believed to be Black Ops: Cold War.

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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Removes Controversial OK Gesture

Infinity Ward, developer of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone, has removed an in-game gesture that has been culturally associated with white supremacy.

The OK gesture, made by forming the pointer finger and thumb into a circle, has been replaced with a new one called Crush during the game’s latest mid-season patch. Although not specifically mentioned in the patch notes, players quickly discovered the change (spotted by Eurogamer) given that the gesture has been widely used for humiliating opponents unfortunate enough to be the final kills in multiplayer matches.

The gesture was originally co-opted in an attempt to fool the public over its importance as a hate symbol. Since then, however, the gesture has had its meaning warped, so much so that the Anti-Defamation League now recognizes it as an “expression of white supremacy.”

The symbol and its hateful message has seen a resurgence in the wake of recent Black Lives Matter protests–a movement which Infinity Ward and Activision have publicly supported. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare featured an in-game message drawing players’ attention to the movement, while its developer vowed to take stricter action against racist players and community members.

GameSpot has reached out to Activision for comment.

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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Pulls Controversial OK Sign Gesture

Infinity Ward, developer of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone, has removed an in-game gesture that has been culturally associated with white supremacy.

The OK gesture, made by forming the pointer finger and thumb into a circle, has been replaced with a new one called Crush during the game’s latest mid-season patch. Although not specifically mentioned in the patch notes, players quickly discovered the change (spotted by Eurogamer) given that the gesture has been widely used for humiliating opponents unfortunate enough to be the final kills in multiplayer matches.

The gesture was originally co-opted in an attempt to fool the public over its importance as a hate symbol. Since then, however, the gesture has had its meaning warped, so much so that the Anti-Defamation League now recognizes it as an “expression of white supremacy.”

The symbol and its hateful message has seen a resurgence in the wake of recent Black Lives Matter protests–a movement which Infinity Ward and Activision have publicly supported. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare featured an in-game message drawing players’ attention to the movement, while its developer vowed to take stricter action against racist players and community members.

GameSpot has reached out to Activision for comment.

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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Has Removed The OK Sign Gesture

Infinity Ward, developer of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone, has removed an in-game gesture that has been culturally associated with white supremacy.

The OK gesture, made by forming the pointer finger and thumb into a circle, has been replaced with a new one called Crush during the game’s latest mid-season patch. Although not specifically mentioned in the patch notes, players quickly discovered the change (spotted by Eurogamer) given that the gesture has been widely used for humiliating opponents unfortunate enough to be the final kills in multiplayer matches.

The gesture was originally co-opted in an attempt to fool the public over its importance as a hate symbol. Since then, however, the gesture has had its meaning warped, so much so that the Anti-Defamation League now recognizes it as an “expression of white supremacy.”

The symbol and its hateful message has seen a resurgence in the wake of recent Black Lives Matter protests–a movement which Infinity Ward and Activision have publicly supported. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare featured an in-game message drawing players’ attention to the movement, while its developer vowed to take stricter action against racist players and community members.

GameSpot has reached out to Activision for comment.

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