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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare–Here's Why You Remember The Hardhat Map

Developer Infinity Ward has confirmed that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will get a large update introducing new content later this week on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. This includes the return of an old franchise map, which is available to play right now. Hardhat, which was last seen in 2011’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, has been added to Modern Warfare’s 24/7 multiplayer playlist. It is a close-quarters map made for fast-paced skirmishes, but with enough sightlines for long-range fire as well. This should make it particularly challenging and ensure that teams make use of multiple loadouts. Without doing so, they risk leaving themselves open to ambushes or sniper fire.

[Update: The new update is out now, introducing both this and the new Aisle 9 map to the game, alongside other changes to both it and Warzone. You can read about everything new in the full Call of Duty May 18 update patch notes. The recent patch has also made various balance changes, as well as introduced new elements to the battle royale Warzone–including finally opening the vaults.]

What is old is now new with the return of the Hardhat map.

Of course, Hardhat is not the only addition to Modern Warfare this week. The studio added a new Gunfight map to multiplayer, as well as the “Ghost Pack Contingency” bundle that includes two new weapon blueprints, and more.

Call of Duty: Warzone will also see some changes later this week. This includes implementing a new item to all Warzone game modes, adding more weapons to The Gulag, introducing a new limited-time mode, and more.

In other Call of Duty news, Infinity Ward reintroduced helicopters after temporarily removing them due to a glitch earlier this month. Elsewhere, it has been reported that the world record for the most kills in a single Warzone Quads match has been set, with one team getting 121 kills before the match concluded.

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Call Of Duty: Season 4 Release Date Is This Week, Captain Price Coming To Warzone

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is preparing to launch its new season of content, and a Season 4 teaser trailer drops some intriguing hints about what to expect. Season 4 is set to begin next week, with one of the franchise’s most iconic characters making an appearance. Fans of the original Modern Warfare trilogy will be very happy to see who it is.

Call Of Duty: Season 4 Start Date

The new season of Call of Duty will kick off on June 3, and it confirms the return of the fan-favorite character Captain Price. He was also featured in the campaign mode for the reimagined Modern Warfare, serving a crucial role in the game’s story and leading into a potential sequel.

Here’s what we know ahead of its launch next week.

In a tweet attached to the trailer, Activision teased, “The story is far from over.” That seems to refer to the surprising amount of story content represented in these cutscenes, which show Price and promises a new mission. Naturally, we also get plenty of action with firefights and risky chopper maneuvers.

The teaser suggests Price will be a playable character in Modern Warfare and the standalone battle royale Warzone, similar to how Simon “Ghost” Riley made his debut in Season 2. If that’s the case, Price would be available for those who purchase the premium version of the battle pass, just like Ghost. Gaz from the campaign is also briefly spotted near the end of the teaser, standing next to Price.

As we approach the summer game reveal season–which may be more spread out because of the cancellation of E3 due to coronavirus–rumors are starting to circulate about the next Call of Duty. Those rumors claim it will be Black Ops: Cold War, developed by Treyarch. A reveal is said to be coming soon, but it’s unknown just when it might be.

To keep up with all the announcements including our own special charity streams, check out our Play For All events.

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How To Download Call Of Duty: Warzone For Xbox One, PS4, PC

Call of Duty: Warzone is a free-to-play battle royale game for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One that recently passed the milestone of 50 million players. Warzone can be installed both as an update to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare or as a free, standalone game for players who don’t own Modern Warfare and aren’t interested in purchasing it. The battle royale game is a huge download size even if you don’t have Modern Warfare, but don’t worry–that just gives you some time to check out our list of Warzone tips while it’s installing. Or read up on the recently unlocked Warzone bunkers and where to find them.

Find our quick how-to guide for installing Call of Duty: Warzone, and learn more about how Warzone and Modern Warfare’s unified progression works, below.

How To Download Warzone Without Modern Warfare

If you want to play Call of Duty: Warzone but don’t own and aren’t planning on purchasing Modern Warfare, you can expect an 83-101 GB download size, according to the official Activision blog. It’s available as a standalone battle royale game on all available platforms, meaning PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and can be downloaded from associated first-party stores. Check out the download links below.

How To Download Warzone If You Own Modern Warfare

If you already own Modern Warfare and want to play Warzone, the update should start automatically upon launching the game. Depending on your platform, it’s an 18-22 GB update. If the update doesn’t automatically install, or you encounter other issues, try restarting your system. You’ll see that Warzone has replaced, or “unlocked,” the Classified panel in the main menu.

How Unified Progression Works In Warzone And Modern Warfare

In addition to being cross-play, Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare feature a unified or shared progression system, meaning content earned across either game will transfer to the other, no matter which order you play them in. That means if you own Modern Warfare already and decide to hop into Warzone, your Operators, Battle Pass items, and other unlocks will be accessible in Warzone. If you don’t own Modern Warfare and install Warzone as a standalone, then decide to pick up Modern Warfare at a later date, any progress you make in Warzone will carry over as well.

When Did Call Of Duty: Warzone Launch?

After a series of series of leaks and rumors, a mysterious countdown on Modern Warfare’s main menu screen, and an official tease on social media, Call of Duty: Warzone officially launched the morning of March 10, 2020. It became available to download first at 8 AM PT for Modern Warfare players, then at noon PT for players looking to install the standalone version.

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Modern Warfare und Warzone: Letztes Ingame-Event vor Season 4 – läuft länger als üblich

Kurz vor dem Start von Season 4 startet in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare und Warzone ein neues Ingame-Event. Ab heute veranstalten die Entwickler ein weiteres Double-XP-Wochenende. Diesmal läuft das Event sogar länger als üblich: Das Ende ist für…

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Call Of Duty: Season 4 Release Date, Captain Price Confirmed For Modern Warfare / Warzone

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is preparing to launch its new season of content, and a Season 4 teaser trailer drops some intriguing hints about what to expect. Season 4 is set to begin next week, with one of the franchise’s most iconic characters making an appearance. Fans of the original Modern Warfare trilogy will be very happy to see who it is.

Call Of Duty: Season 4 Start Date

The new season of Call of Duty will kick off on June 3, and it confirms the return of the fan-favorite character Captain Price. Here’s what we know ahead of its launch next week.

In a tweet attached to the trailer, Activision teased, “The story is far from over.” That seems to refer to the surprising amount of story content represented in these cutscenes, which show Price and promises a new mission. Naturally, we also get plenty of action with firefights and risky chopper maneuvers.

The teaser suggests Price will be a playable character in Modern Warfare and the standalone battle royale Warzone, similar to how Simon “Ghost” Riley made his debut in Season 2. If that’s the case, Price would be available for those who purchase the premium version of the battle pass, just like Ghost. Gaz from the campaign is also briefly spotted near the end of the teaser, standing next to Price.

As we approach the summer game reveal season–which may be more spread out because of the cancellation of E3 due to coronavirus–rumors are starting to circulate about the next Call of Duty. Those rumors claim it will be Black Ops: Cold War, developed by Treyarch. A reveal is said to be coming soon, but it’s unknown just when it might be.

To keep up with all the announcements including our own special charity streams, check out our Play For All events.

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This Week's CoD: Modern Warfare, Warzone Playlist Update Makes Tons Of Changes

Another week is upon us, which means more content additions and adjustments are on the way to both Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. There are quite a few changes in the latest update, including a selection of playlists, new blueprints, and charity DLC items.

Modern Warfare

First up is Modern Warfare, which is seeing a bevy of changes this week such as some alterations to the game’s multiplayer moshpits. Gun Game has its own collection of Gunfight maps now, and two game modes–Deathmatch Domination and Drop Zone–get their own dedicated playlists. Furthermore, two specific maps–Shoot House and Shipment–also have their own 24/7 moshpits that mix and match a variety of modes.

There is also the Tracer Pack: Purple bundle available for purchase in the game’s store, which comes with a Legendary AR and SMG, a charm, sticker, vehicle skin, emblem, and calling card. Additionally, Raines now has a purchasable Lumbertactical bundle that features a character skin, a Legendary LMG and shotgun blueprint, and the Hatchet melee weapon.

Finally, in honoring National Military Appreciation Month, developer Infinity Ward is releasing two limited items–the Fearless Pack and #CODEFearless t-shirt. The Fearless Pack includes an assortment of items for Modern Warfare and Warzone, such as an Operator skin, weapon blueprint, calling cards, emblems, and more. Meanwhile, the t-shirt–a real item you can wear that retails for $32–features the Call of Duty Endowment’s logo emblazoned on the front. 100% of the profits made from t-shirt sales will go directly to the Endowment.

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Warzone

Next up is Warzone, and Infinity Ward is making some substantial changes to the game. This includes removing an assortment of modes, such as Battle Royale Trios Classic and Reinfected Ground War, and adding Plunder Quads.

Infinity Ward is enabling double XP, double weapon XP, and double Double Battle Pass tier progression across both Modern Warfare and Warzone. The double XP event kicks off this Friday, May 29 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET and runs until June 1 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET.

Mobile

Some new content is coming to Call of Duty Mobile as well. While Capture the Gold has come to an end, the Once Upon A Time in Rust seasonal event that brought that limited-time mode is still running. Maps introduced as part of this season are still available in the Featured section of the Multiplayer lobby, three new weapons (the Pharo, Locus, and Cordite) are still earnable by completing events and challenges, and more.

In other Call of Duty news, Sony has announced that 2017’s Call of Duty: WWII is one of PlayStation Plus’ free games for June 2020, and despite it still being May, the game is actually available to download for free right now. We’ve also learned that the next entry in the Call of Duty franchise, this year’s alleged Black Ops: Cold War, will be officially revealed sometime soon.

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CoD Modern Warfare und Warzone: Kostenlose Ingame-Extras – so erhaltet ihr Gratis-Items

Infinity Ward verteilt neue Belohnungen für Call of Duty: Modern Warfare und Warzone. Wer den Teilnehmern bei der Call of Duty League zuschaut, erhält Rewards wie Double-XP-Tokens, Team-Embleme, Sprays und Player Cards für die Ego-Shooter. Die ersten…

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Modern Warfare und Warzone: Start von Season 4 bestätigt – Trailer verrät weitere Details

In Call of Duty: Modern Warfare und Warzone steht der Start der Season 4 bevor. Inzwischen ist der Termin bestätigt: Die neue Staffel beginnt am 3. Juni 2020 auf PC, PS4 und Xbox One. Den Start hat Infinity Ward in einem neuen Trailer zur Season 4 in…

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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare–Here's Where You Recognize The New Hardhat Map From

Developer Infinity Ward has confirmed that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will get a large update introducing new content later this week on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. This includes the return of an old franchise map, which is available to play right now. Hardhat, which was last seen in 2011’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, has been added to Modern Warfare’s 24/7 multiplayer playlist. It is a close-quarters map made for fast-paced skirmishes, but with enough sightlines for long-range fire as well. This should make it particularly challenging and ensure that teams make use of multiple loadouts. Without doing so, they risk leaving themselves open to ambushes or sniper fire.

[Update: The new update is out now, introducing both this and the new Aisle 9 map to the game, alongside other changes to both it and Warzone. You can read about everything new in the full Call of Duty May 18 update patch notes. The recent patch has also made various balance changes, as well as introduced new elements to the battle royale Warzone–including finally opening the vaults.]

What is old is now new with the return of the Hardhat map.

Of course, Hardhat is not the only addition to Modern Warfare this week. The studio added a new Gunfight map to multiplayer, as well as the “Ghost Pack Contingency” bundle that includes two new weapon blueprints, and more.

Call of Duty: Warzone will also see some changes later this week. This includes implementing a new item to all Warzone game modes, adding more weapons to The Gulag, introducing a new limited-time mode, and more.

In other Call of Duty news, Infinity Ward reintroduced helicopters after temporarily removing them due to a glitch earlier this month. Elsewhere, it has been reported that the world record for the most kills in a single Warzone Quads match has been set, with one team getting 121 kills before the match concluded.

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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare–Here's Why You Recognize The New Hardhat Map

Developer Infinity Ward has confirmed that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will get a large update introducing new content later this week on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. This includes the return of an old franchise map, which is available to play right now. Hardhat, which was last seen in 2011’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, has been added to Modern Warfare’s 24/7 multiplayer playlist. It is a close-quarters map made for fast-paced skirmishes, but with enough sightlines for long-range fire as well. This should make it particularly challenging and ensure that teams make use of multiple loadouts. Without doing so, they risk leaving themselves open to ambushes or sniper fire.

[Update: The new update is out now, introducing both this and the new Aisle 9 map to the game, alongside other changes to both it and Warzone. You can read about everything new in the full Call of Duty May 18 update patch notes. The recent patch has also made various balance changes, as well as introduced new elements to the battle royale Warzone–including finally opening the vaults.]

What is old is now new with the return of the Hardhat map.

Of course, Hardhat is not the only addition to Modern Warfare this week. The studio added a new Gunfight map to multiplayer, as well as the “Ghost Pack Contingency” bundle that includes two new weapon blueprints, and more.

Call of Duty: Warzone will also see some changes later this week. This includes implementing a new item to all Warzone game modes, adding more weapons to The Gulag, introducing a new limited-time mode, and more.

In other Call of Duty news, Infinity Ward reintroduced helicopters after temporarily removing them due to a glitch earlier this month. Elsewhere, it has been reported that the world record for the most kills in a single Warzone Quads match has been set, with one team getting 121 kills before the match concluded.

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