If you own Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, updating your game this week will be slightly different. Developer Infinity Ward is splitting the patch content across two separate downloads, one of which you’ll have to manually start.
The first part will download as normal on your console of choice, kicking in as soon as you try launch the game when the update goes live later this week. From there, you’ll need to launch the game and access any mode outside of Warzone (Campaign, Multiplayer, or Spec-Ops). You’ll then be prompted to download the Data Pack DLC, and you won’t be able to play anything other than Warzone until that is complete.
When both downloads are completed, you’ll have to restart Modern Warfare for them to apply. If you’re just playing the free-to-play battle royale mode Warzone, you won’t have to start this second download as it only applies to paid content part of the base Modern Warfare package.
This week’s update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is extensive, including a new contract in Warzone called Most Wanted, a playlist update that brings back fan-favorite 24/7 Shipment matches, and the ability to mix and match weapon blueprints. Infinity Ward announced that the patch will be live on April 28th, and will be around 15GB in size.
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