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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare's One In The Chamber Mode Gets Tweaked

One in the chamber, a game type seen in previous Call of Duty games, debuts in Modern Warfare this week.


Following a patch that fixes minor issues, developers Infinity Ward and Raven Software have announced that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will get a familiar mode this week on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Seen in various other Call of Duty games like Black Ops 4 and Modern Warfare 3, One in the Chamber makes its debut in Modern Warfare this week. It plays just as fans remember, with each player competing in a free-for-all where everyone gets just a single bullet in their starting weapon. A patch released shortly after the mode went live limited weapons to pistols, and the join-in-progress feature can only be used within a minute of the match's start.

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Modern Warfare's One in the Chamber features a twist: the weapon in players' hands is randomly selected at the start of the match. Alongside the randomness of weapons, players only have three lives to take the top spot and additional bullets are earned by getting kills.

Both Modern Warfare and Warzone recently received a patch that kicked off the games' Season 4 update. Though Season 4 featured a massive download file on all platforms--something publisher Activision is currently investigating--there is now a way to delete bits and pieces of Call of Duty to preserve hard drive space.

Season 4 introduced a bunch of new content, such as multiplayer maps, modes, and more. While Modern Warfare now has One in the Chamber, Warzone will get a gigantic new 50v50 Team Deathmatch-style mode.

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