Infinity Ward introduced 1.04 Patch update for PC, PS4 & Xbox right after the launch of the new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. The update fixes significant bugs and issues that were addressed by the community during the beta testing and post-launch of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
The update not only fixed bugs but also resolved the crashing issues of the game for all platforms. However, some players are still facing crashing issues on the Xbox platform. And yet, Activision hasn’t posted officially if the problem has been resolved.
In 25 and 26 October’s update, the developers have added Free-For-All mode, and the update also brought the Ground War to the game. And in the recent 27 October’s playlist update, Infinity Ward added 10vs10 TDM and 10vs10 Dom options in the Quick Play Filter. It looks that Infinity Ward is going to add new content with the playlist update soon.
Redditor, (u/Jashy_Boy_ ) shared an image on Modern Warfare subreddit. The shared image is a screenshot of Call Of Duty Companion app, where 50v50 I Trainstation, can be seen mentioned under the name KingFish. Well, 50v50 is the multiplayer mode, and Trainstation is the map, and none of these are available in the game for now.
Activision has accidentally leaked the new map and mode with the preview image of the Companion App. And according to us, the new mode and map are going to make their way to the new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare very soon. Well, stay tuned for more Modern Warfare leaks and updates.
Are you excited to play the new 50v50 mode? Let us know in the comments section below.
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