Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare DLC Roadmap Details Upcoming Content
Plus, keep track of CoD bugs, updates, and more with a dedicated Trello board.
The next round of DLC coming to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has marked a significant shift from past CoD games, as Activision has opted to give away major playable content, like new maps, to all players. That makes any upcoming content of interest available to all players, and fortunately we now have a better idea of what's coming and when, as Infinity Ward has released a roadmap of its plans for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. This includes details on upcoming changes. A new update is actually out now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, although there have been issues with stats being reset. To help fans track the changes more easily, the developers have also released a simplified schedule for updates, along with an easy-to-access public document for changes.
In a community update, Infinity Ward says some planned changes include a Gunfight 3v3 mode, the return of the Gunfight tournament, and more loadouts. It also promises more 2XP, 2X Weapon XP, and 2X Tier events as well. Aside from those added features and improvements, the developer is also working on several fixes. Those include lighting flickering, mission collision on the Cargo map, platinum skins not unlocking, Ground War out of map exploits, and camos glare.
It's a lot to keep track of, so Infinity Ward has also opened a public Trello board that lists current projects, known issues, and helpful links. IW states this is definitely not everything it is working on at any given time, but should give fans a good overview of issues. It has also committed certain days of the week to various update types:
- Tuesday – Playlist updates
- Thursday – Developer diary and/or behind the scenes blog
- Friday – Community Update blog
Modern Warfare has already broken records, and Infinity Ward has been keeping it going with a steady stream of content updates. Activision is also using the game to help raise money for Australian bushfire relief.
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