Published: Sun, November 10, 2019
Tech | By Anita Cain

Activision calls Call of Duty ‘exceptional’ in third quarterly report

Activision calls Call of Duty ‘exceptional’ in third quarterly report

They also confirmed that none of this new content would need to be purchased and that everyone who owns the base game will be able to enjoy it. Shoot House can be experienced through modes such as Team Deathmatch, Headquarters, and Free-For-All, while Krovnik Farmland is exclusive to Ground War. The update is available for free to all platforms and players, although it isn't clear exactly what time it arrives.

The new maps and mode will be available with a new patch update on Friday, November 8.

On sales, Activision said it fully expects Call of Duty: Modern Warfare to be the year's best-seller on console, and revealed that PC sales saw a 50% increase compared to Black Ops 4. Hardpoint method - which requires gamers to consider regulate of transforming hardpoint destinations - has also been added to rotation.

Today sees the addition of a couple of new maps and Hardpoint mode to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's multiplayer. The team's aim is to hold onto Hardpoint locations for as long as they can from enemy teams taking over the control.

There's also a full selection of tweaks and fixes in this update, together with for collision concerns across maps, so if something's been bugging you, I might suggest supplying the entire patch notes a examine. And it'll be coming in the next few days if Infinity Ward communications manager Ashton Williams is to be believed.

And it will only keep on keeping on, with the monetised battle pass in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Details on the new Battle Pass are sketchy but it is expected to involve efforts to keep loot boxes far away from the series.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is getting is first major update tomorrow, the same day Death Stranding launches.

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