Call Of Duty: August 11 Patch Notes For Modern Warfare And Warzone
Two new patches are coming for Modern Warfare and the battle royale game Warzone; here's what we know so far.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone have received an update on August 11 that fine-tunes several weapons within the games. Senior communications manager Ashton Williams detailed on Twitter how weapons such as the FAL and M91 will receive increased damage, while a second patch--still to come--will also fix graphical corruption issues with weapons. The full patch notes from Infinity Ward can be found below for the update that's out now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, but be aware that server issues are impacting the games right now. The game's file size has grown over the last several months with huge updates, so ensure you have room on your system's drive. This is especially important on PC, taking up more than 200GB. If you are using a lower-capacity SSD or hard drive, that could cause problems.
The Holger light machine gun will also have increased damage range and ADS speed, while the Bruen MK9 will see its damage range reduced. General fixes have also been implemented for an error that players occasionally received when opening the weapon armory and an exploit in the Shooting Range trial.
Following the release of the update, Infinity Ward confirmed players are having trouble connecting to servers. The studio says it's working to resolve the problem but didn't offer any estimate for how quickly that might happen.
"We're looking into an issue where some players are unable to connect to the servers. We'll post another update when we have more information. Thank you for your patience," Infinity Ward tweeted.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Patch Notes August 11
- Fix for an issue where explosive rounds on the Rytec AMR could still be equipped in CDL modes
- Fix for an error players could receive when opening the weapon armory
- Fix for an exploit in the Shooting Range trial
- Increased headshot damage (2 hit at range with 1 headshot)
- Reduced near damage (limbs and lower torso always 3 shot)
- Increased damage range
- Increased ADS speed
- Reduced damage range
- Increased near damage
- Increased ADS Speed
Original story: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and the battle royale game Warzone are set to receive a pair of new updates in the future. Senior communications manager Ashton Williams announced on Twitter that the first update will fix bugs, make some weapon tuning changes, and clear out an exploit.
The second one will address a "graphical corruption issue" related to weapons. It will also fix a problem that caused the "Play Again" option to break.
We've got two patches in the works that'll fix a few bugs: One has weapon tuning, a fix for an exploit, a fix for an error that occurs when opening the armory, and a few other issues.— Ashton Williams (@ashtonisVULCAN) August 11, 2020
The second one fixes the graphical corruption issue with weapons, the 'Play Again' option not working, and more. I don't have an ETA just yet, but we'll share more details when we're all set.— Ashton Williams (@ashtonisVULCAN) August 11, 2020
There is no ETA on when these patches will arrive, however. We'll report back with the full patch notes when they are published.
In addition to the ongoing updates for Modern Warfare and Warzone, Activision is preparing to announce this year's new game, which is believed to be Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. Recent teasers have suggested that Activision will further pull back the curtain on the new game today August 14. However, the official reveal of the new game is expected to come later. Stay tuned for more information.
2020's new Call of Duty game is developed by Black Ops creator Treyarch and longtime Call of Duty support studio Raven Software.
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