Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Adds New 1v1 Playlist On Fan-Favorite Map
The "1v1 Me Bro!" playlist is back with a new map.
The latest Call of Duty: Modern Warfare playlist update has arrived, and one of the most notable additions is a new 1v1 playlist on a fan-favorite map.
A new playlist called 1v1 Rust is now available as part of the "1v1 Me Bro!" game mode where two players enter the arena to duke it out for bragging rights.
"It's just you, me, and Rust," reads the playlist description.
Rust is one of Modern Warfare's newest multiplayer maps, having arrived with the launch of Season 2. It's a remake of the Modern Warfare 2 map, and the new version is every bit as hectic as you remember.
The February 18 Modern Warfare playlist update also adds a new playlist called "Flotation Oxidation," which features the Rust and Shipment maps. Another new playlist, NVG Reinforce, is now available. This is the night-time version of the Reinforce mode, which challenges players to capture points and revive teammates.
Elsewhere, the Modern Warfare playlist update brings back the Tavorsk District map for the Ground War mode, while the Double XP modifiers that were introduced for Valentine's Day have been removed across all playlists.
Playlist Update for today!— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) February 18, 2020
Removed 2XP from playlists
Added 1v1 Rust (“1v1 Me Bro!”)
Added Rust 24/7 and Shipment 24/7 into one playlist (“Flotation Oxidation”)
Added NVG Reinforce
Added Tavorsk District back into Ground War rotation pic.twitter.com/yRtSEgDGRw
This newest playlist update arrives amid reports about Modern Warfare adding a battle royale mode called Warzone. Recently, a report claimed the mode will feature 200-player matches and a unique system whereby players who die on the battlefield can fight in 1v1 matches for a chance to get back in the action. Check out all the leaked details for Warzone, which is reportedly set to launch in March.
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