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CoD: Modern Warfare Patch Notes: New Update Nerfs The 725, Again

This week, Infinity Ward released its latest Call of Duty: Modern Warfare update, and if you’ve been following along with recent patches, you can likely already guess one thing it does. Alongside a large array of fixes, there have been some new balance adjustments–including one to nerf the 725 shotgun, which has proven to be problematic since the game’s launch. The update is out now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One; read on for a look at the highlights and the full patch notes.

Among the biggest fixes in the 11/19 patch notes are to an exploit that would let players duplicate killstreaks, and an issue where a player can no longer see the objective after spectating and then retrying a mission. Several challenges have also been fixed, and a few weapons have gotten rebalanced. But the headliner of the set is yet another change to the 725. It has gotten adjustments making it weaker at range but with better spread. Alongside that, the AUG has gotten a buff, and the 680 has gotten a damage range reduction with attachments.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare updates have come frequently, the most recent of which was just a few days ago. That one also nerfed the 725, and came just after another patch had done the same. The shotgun is just too effective at range, so Infinity Ward has been consistently trying to adjust it. Getting the balance right on the 725 is apparently difficult.

“Realism mode is an excellent addition to the slate, and although not all the new multiplayer modes are great, Gunfight and the Night Vision playlist are refreshing standouts,” Kallie Plagge wrote in GameSpot’s Modern Warfare review. “And while the campaign ends up playing it safe in the end, it’s still a memorable one, and it lays a strong foundation for where the Modern Warfare series could go from here.”

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 11/19 Update Patch Notes

GENERAL FIXES:

  • Special Operations: Fix for an issue where a player would see no objective after retrying a mission after spectating (Operation Paladin)

  • CDL: Fix for rulesets in Search and Destroy where Field Upgrades were disabled

  • Fix for an exploit where players could duplicate their killstreaks (“Fix for various exploits”)

  • Fix for the “Blue V” Optic challenge not displaying the proper text description

  • Fix misspelling of “trophy”

Ground War:

  • Fixed a bug that could cause the filter on the respawn selection screen to stay on screen when spawning back in

  • Fix for an issue where the Select Loadout screen would keep reappearing after already selecting a loadout and attempting to spawn back in

Missions/Challenges:

The following challenges have been fixed:

  • “Infiltrator”

  • “Warrior’s Code”

  • “Aggression”

  • “Dominator”

  • “Munitions”

  • Officer progression “Launch Destroys”

  • Officer progression “Heartbreaker”

  • Officer progression ”Precision Airstrike”

  • Officer progression: “Karma”

  • Officer progression “Close and Personal”

Weapons:

  • AUG

    • Increasing close range damage

    • Increasing mid damage range and reduced chest multiplier

  • 725

    • Small reduction to base weapon damage range

    • Significantly reduced the damage range added by attachments

    • Small hips spread increase

    • Reduced effective damage at the hip

  • Model 680: Slight reduction of damage range with all range-extending attachments

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The Best-Selling Games And Consoles Of October 2019 In The US

The NPD Group has released its monthly games report for October 2019, revealing which games and consoles sold the best in the United States throughout what is traditionally one of the most prolific months of the calendar year.

Hardware, software, and accessories combined to generate $1.03 billion in spending, running behind October 2018’s $1.57 billion. NPD analyst Mat Piscatella surmises that this is because fewer big games were released this October, with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare also launching two weeks later in the month than last year’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Despite this drop-off, however, October 2019 still holds the second-highest total for an October this decade.

Hardware sales continue last month’s decline, dropping 41% compared to October 2018. This is expected with both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One coming to the end of their life cycles. $182 million was spent on hardware during the month, but the Nintendo Switch did see some growth. Nintendo’s machine was the best-selling console in October once again, and is still the best-selling console so far this year.

In terms of software, October saw $620 million in spending, a 37% drop compared to last year. Unsurprisingly, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare was the month’s best-selling game for the 12th year in a row, while also exceeding every other 2019 release to claim its crown as the year’s best-selling game so far.

New IP The Outer Worlds performed well during October, landing at No. 2, with Luigi’s Mansion 3 taking third among all formats. Nintendo’s Ring Fit Adventure also broke into the top 10.

October 2019 Best-Selling Games

  1. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2019
  2. The Outer Worlds
  3. Luigi’s Mansion 3*
  4. Madden NFL 20
  5. NBA 2K20
  6. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint
  7. WWE 2K20
  8. FIFA 20
  9. Borderlands 3
  10. Ring Fit Adventure
  11. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening*
  12. Mario Kart 8*
  13. Minecraft***
  14. Grand Theft Auto V
  15. Mortal Kombat 11
  16. Overwatch
  17. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate*
  18. Code Vein
  19. Red Dead Redemption II
  20. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild*
  • *Does not include digital sales
  • **Does not include Steam sales
  • ***Minecraft digital sales include Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but not other digital sales

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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Now Has Trials With XP Rewards: Here's How They Work

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare released on October 25, meaning that some players have had a chance to put serious time into multiplayer and unlock Officer ranks. Officer ranks replace the prestige system from past games in the Call of Duty series, and allow you to chase a new XP target every season, unlocking new Seasonal Ribbons, Season Emblems, and Weapon Blueprints as you move between the 100 ranks available. Players are now be able to gain XP faster in Officer ranks by completing seasonal trials, now available on the main multiplayer screen.

Developer Infinity Ward has announced that Trials have officially come to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, describing how they work on Reddit. Once you level up enough to hit Officer ranks you’ll start to earn tickets, which can be spent on Trials. One ticket grants you three attempts at one Trial, and you’ll be judged on your performance at completion with a star rating between zero and three stars. Tickets unlock as you level up, but they also reset when the season ends, so it’s best to use them as you earn them rather than hoarding.

For a zero star performance in a Trial, you’ll get 0XP. One star nets you 5000 XP, two stars gets you 7500 XP, and three stars earns 10,000XP. Performing well in Trials will help you climb up the Officer ranks faster and earn more rewards each season.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is also getting a battle pass next month in lieu of a season pass, which will let you unlock new items by completing additional challenges. Infinity Ward is working hard: the 725 shotgun has received a few updates in patches already, while the game has also received new maps and modes since launch. The game received a 7/10 in our review, saying that the multiplayer is “up to par, with a variety of game types for different kinds of players.”

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