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Modern Warfare servers currently experiencing issues across platforms

UPDATE – December 5 at 8:52PM ET: The servers for Call of Duty titles on PS4, Xbox One, and PC are starting to come back online. If you’re having troubles, restarting your game should help.

Original Story:

The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare servers are currently experiencing some issues across platforms on December 5 evening for users worldwide.

Players are being met with a Server Error code and Server Queues when attempting to log into the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare servers on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

At the time of this writing, the Activision Support server status page still says that all servers are online so this could be a intermediate disruption to the servers.

There has been some disruptions to the Modern Warfare servers since its original launch, especially on launch day when the servers where down for 2 hours, and a couple weeks back.

Infinity Ward launched a major update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare this week with the launch of Season 1 for the title, with new content across MP and Special Ops and the Battle Pass. Info on Season 1 is available here.

We’ll update as Activision Support shares more.

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Call of Duty Endowment announces the CODE Bowl on December 13

Activision Blizzard has announced the Call of Duty Endowment Charity event for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare that will take place on December 13 starting at 10AM PT.

The event will feature the top Twitch streamers playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare to help benefit the Call of Duty Endowment, Activision Blizzard’s non profit charity that helps veterans find jobs.

The event will feature eight teams, each captained by a popular streamer playing Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® alongwith members of the U.S. Army esports team. Each team will be competing to become the CODE Bowl Champions by earning the most points in-game. Each team will include a featured streamer and two active duty service members from the U.S. Army Esports team. The CODE Bowl is also generously supported by Scuf Gaming.

“The CODE Bowl is an exciting new way for the Call of Duty community to engage with world-class streamers and gain awareness about the value of military service,” said Dan Goldenberg, Executive Director of the Call of Duty Endowment. “We couldn’t be more excited to be partnering with U.S. Army Esports in this endeavor!”

The action begins at 10:00 a.m. Pacific, December 13 on the Call of Duty Twitch Channel, featuring pre-show content and commentary by fan-favorite hosts, analysts and commentators. Fans can also watch their favorite streamers via their individual channels, listed here:

Separate from the CODE Bowl, starting today leading up to the event, each streamer will raise donations on their channels on behalf of the Call of Duty Endowment. The streamer who raises the most donations will take home the championship trophy and bragging rights. People can also donate directly at this page here.

Activision shared an announcement video on socials:

Learn more about the Call of Duty Endowment here.

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Shoot House 24/7 to return to Modern Warfare in a future update

When Season 1 launched this week, Infinity Ward removed the Shoot House 24/7 playlist, which was a fan favorite mode after it launched in mid November.

Now the studio has confirmed it will make a return to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare in a future update to the game.

On Reddit, a user posted asking Infinity Ward to bring Shoot House 24/7 back or “the chicken gets it.” Infinity Ward’s Joe Cecot replied saying it’s returning in a future update.

“Okay, okay, just don’t kill the bird.

(Future update ;)”

Infinity Ward replaced Shoot House 24/7 with Crash 24/7, one of the new maps that debuted at the start of Season 1 for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

There’s no ETA for when to expect this map’s playlist return, so stay tuned.

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Players claim Infinity Ward made more changes in recent updates than in patch notes

Users on Reddit have put together a source post on additional changes they have discovered in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare following Patch Update 1.10 (released on December 3) and Patch Update 1.11 (released on December 4) than listed in the studio’s patch notes.

Do note that none of this information is confirmed by Infinity Ward.

The reports claims that there was some additional adjustments to weapons, map playlist changes, and more that Infinity Ward did not note in their official patch notes.

Missing items in IW “patch notes”, version 1.10:

  • Disabled the spawn-in animation/birds eye camera Spawn in animation has been re-enabled as of patch 1.11
  • Increased XP necessary to rank up
  • FAL Fire Rate decreased
  • Increased Ground War vehicle spawn rate (can’t confirm nor deny)
  • Changed EOD Hack duration (video credit to Childish Lemonade)
  • Added Arklov Peak to Cyber Attack
  • Added Grind and Capture the Flag to leaderboards (will probably be released as gamemodes during Season 1)
  • Reduced MG34 damage (can’t confirm nor deny)
  • Added new class layouts in Gunfight
  • Added PlayStation exclusive challenges **Note: These PS-exclusive challenges have been in-game since launch. One additional challenged for PS4 was added.
  • VLK Optic no longer increases ADS speed on some weapons
  • Adjusted the damage bars for the M91 and PKM (original patch notes didn’t mention which LMGs)
  • Possible change to precision aim setting, but could be a bug
  • Added St. Petrograd to Survival Mode
  • Added ‘Operation Just Reward’
  • Added Atrium and Cargo to Gunfight
  • Added Reinforce, Grind, Infected and Gun Game in private matches
  • Removed Grazna Raid from 6v6 domination
  • Added Arklov Peak to HC Domination
  • Added new trials (don’t know how much or which ones)
  • Sticking a thermite to a riot shield will result in a kill, both with and without EOD on
  • Decreased Oden damage (at least in Spec Ops), might have increased recoil as well
  • Added new animation when calling in a nuke
  • Increased AK47 recoil (can’t confirm nor deny)
  • Adjusted cruise missile sensitivity
  • Added two new Classic Spec Ops missions (Pitch Black & Grounded)
  • Adjustments on SnD defense spawn for St. Petrograd
  • Added some sort of time penalty to prevent players from committing suicide too much, however, not clear in which modes and under which conditions

Patch notes version 1.11 – missing information:

  • Adjustments to store items
  • Improved stability on Ground War matches – this was confirmed by Infinity Ward
  • Re-enabled the spawn-in animation/birds eye camera in all game modes except Hardpoint/Headquarters
  • Apparently fixed some issues with tracking challenges

You can read the official Patch Notes for Update 1.10 HERE and Update 1.11 HERE.

Infinity Ward has not commented on the Reddit post as of now.

SOURCE: Reddit

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Patch Update 1.11 for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare live now

Infinity Ward has released a new patch update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on Wednesday, December 4.

The patch update is version 1.11 and is 2.3GB in size on the PS4 and 1.6GB on Xbox One.

Infinity Ward posted on Twitter that the update was just to “address stability in Ground War” across platforms.

The studio released the latest update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on all platforms on December 3 which brought the new Season 1 content, including Battle Pass, new map Crash, Item Store, and more.

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Everything New In Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare’s New Season One Update

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has launched its Season One content on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, alongside a patch that makes several quality-of-life and balance changes. The update includes tons of new additions and even more from the Battle Pass bonuses, so Infinity Ward has provided an overview of all the new additions.

First, the update adds four new maps, free for all players. Those include Atrium and Cargo maps for Gunfight, and a Ground War map called Port. The Crash map from the original Modern Warfare also makes a comeback, and Infinity Ward promises that two more retro maps will be added sometime this season: Vacant and Shipment.

The new season also brings a Reinforce game mode, that acts as a hybrid of Domination and Search & Destroy. You’ll only have a single life, and your teams will compete for control of three flags. Capturing a flag respawns the members of your team–hence the name. This season will also add two more modes, Infected and Gunfight OSP. Infected has you fight against knife-wielding infected players trying to add you to their ranks, while Gunfight OSP is like traditional gunfight, but you start with no equipment or weapons. You’ll have to scrounge for survival.

Finally, the new season brings five new Special Ops missions to play cooperatively. Those include Operation Just Reward, Operation Strongbox, and three classic Spec Ops missions: Pitch Black, Grounded, and Bomb Squad.

All of those free additions come along with the Battle Pass. The pass itself has free tiers which can earn you RAM-7 bullpup assault rifle (Tier 15) and the Holger-26 (Tier 31). Purchasing the Battle Pass will get you a full 100 tiers to unlock boasting 170 items, and simply buying into the Battle Pass will get you a new Operator, Mara. A Battle Pass Bundle gets you 20 Tier skips for a head start, and individual Tier Skips cost 150 CP (about $1.50). If you’re new to Modern Warfare you can jump straight in with the “Battle Pass Edition.” That includes 3,000 CP–enough for three Battle Passes–and some other in-game bonuses. It’s available for $80.

Source: GameSpot.com

CoD: Modern Warfare’s Microtransaction Store Is Up–Here’s What You Can Buy

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare‘s new Season One update is out now, and it’s added a significant amount of content for free on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. There’s a new map, called Crash, and Reinforce, a round-based mode in which players can only respawn when one of three flags is captured. But alongside what you can get for free, Infinity Ward has also introduced the game’s microtransaction store, which lets you buy digital bonuses for real-world money.

The in-game store offers up a number of microtransactions. If you head to the Store tab of the multiplayer menu, you’ll see you can buy all kinds of things, including Operator skins, charms, calling cards, stickers, and finishing moves. There are also new Blueprints available to purchase. As with Fortnite, these items are only available for a limited time.

These bits of in-game flair or only cosmetic, and can be purchased with Call of Duty Points. These are available in allotments from 200 Points ($2 USD) to 13,000 Points ($100 USD). Check out the images below to get a closer look at Modern Warfare’s microtransaction offerings.

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Another form of microtransaction now available in Modern Warfare is the first Battle Pass, which costs 1,000 Call of Duty Points ($10 USD). All 100 tiers in the Battle Pass can be earned through gameplay (it’s estimated to take about 1 hour for each tier) or you can buy the Pass outright to unlock all the content right away. The tiers include all manner of different cosmetics and extras, along with two weapons. There is also a brand-new Operator, Mara, who is unlocked at Tier 100.

Modern Warfare launched on October 25, and up until this point there was no in-game store or Battle Pass.

Source: GameSpot.com

Watch select Twitch streams to get bonus rewards in Modern Warfare

The bonus rewards in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for watching Twitch streams offer is back.

To celebrate the start of Season 1 of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Activision is teaming up with Twitch again to enable drops for select COD Partner streams. Watching select streamers will let you get additional bonus content in game.

With the multitude of new content available to watch on Twitch, we’ve got some in-game rewards you can earn for tuning in. Watch Modern Warfare from December 3 at 10AM PT to December 10 at 10AM PT on Twitch to earn rewards, then equip them in-game and jump into all the action of Season One.

Here’s the steps to watching and earning Modern Warfare rewards on Twitch:

  • Step 1: Get a Call of Duty Account: Registering for a Call of Duty account is a relatively easy process that gives you some awesome benefits. Accounts make it possible for cross-play to be enabled in Modern Warfare, and you’ll receive all the latest intel and personalized stats. Get an account by going here. If you already have an account, you’re all set.
  • Step 2: Link and Re-link: Once you have a Call of Duty account, connect it to your Twitch Account, so you can start earning!
    • Go here to link your Call of Duty and Twitch accounts. 
    • If you already have a Twitch account, you must re-link. Re-linking ensures you have enabled the correct permissions, so you can earn rewards. Go here to re-link your Call of Duty and Twitch accounts.
  • Step 3: Watch and Earn: Then, you’ll need to head to Twitch and get a look at the streamers who are playing Modern Warfare. On drop eligible streams you’ll see a callout that “drops are enabled”, so you know you are officially watching and earning. From there, click the stream and enjoy the gameplay. You can watch multiple streamers or one stream but as long as they are “drop eligible” your total watch time will be tallied up, so you can earn rewards.
  • Step 4: Get the Goods: So, you’ve watched some awesome gameplay of Season One of Modern Warfare and want to know what’s headed to your inventory? Details below:
    • Watching 1 hour – earns a 30 min Double XP token
    • Watching 2 hours – earns the ‘Wings of Valor’ emblem
    • Watching 3 hours – earns the ‘Best in Class’ spray
    • Watching 4 hours – earns the ‘Hand Cannon’ animated calling card

This is available from December 3 at 10AM PT through December 10 at 10AM PT.

SOURCE: Activision

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Battle Pass Edition available now

Activision has released a new edition of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on the PlayStation Store, Xbox One Store, and Battle.net alongside the start of Season 1 in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

The new bundle is called the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Battle Pass Edition and is available for those who have not purchased the game before.

Purchase the Battle Pass Edition and receive 3,000 Call of Duty Points (CP) that can be used in-game to upgrade your Season 1 Battle Pass or purchase the Season 1 Battle Pass Bundle, which instantly unlocks 20 Tiers of content. With the Battle Pass, you can unlock up to 100 Tiers of exciting items and accessories for Modern Warfare, including one new Operator, two Legendary Weapon Blueprints, six Legendary Skins, and up to 1,300 Call of Duty Points!

The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Battle Pass Edition also includes:

  • Digital Version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
  • Digital in-game items
    • Custom In-Game Tactical Knife
    • Three Operator Packs

The new bundle is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It’s available for $79.99.

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In-Game Store now live in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

With the launch of the Season 1 in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, the new in-game Item Shop is now live in game for fans to checkout and buy cosmetic items using Call of Duty Points.

With this year’s in-game shop, all of the items are available as bundles giving players a variety of content for a set amount of Call of Duty Points.

The in-game Shop features new Operator skins, watches, calling cards, emblems, and more in different curated bundles for fans to purchase. The price ranges from 500CP up to 2400CP with bundles so far, but that is subject to change.

Here’s a look at the bundles available in the Shop now:

The Huntsman:

Nightstalker:

Fire Claw:

In addition to the Battle Pass, players can also use Call of Duty Points to obtain bundles of items in the store that will be updated weekly and contain multiple cosmetic items, ranging from weapon blueprints, a new Operator, operator skins, as well as various vanity accessories. 

Per Activision, the in-game Store will be updated weekly with new cosmetic bundles and more to pick from. All items can be purchased with Call of Duty Points.

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