Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare/Warzone April 30 Patch Notes Released, See The Changes Here

The new patch on PS4, Xbox One, and PC makes a series of important changes across standard multiplayer and battle royale.

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Following the massive April 28 update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and the battle royale game Warzone, developer Infinity Ward has pushed out another patch for the multiplayer games.

This one is comparatively much smaller, but it still introduces some significant changes. First off, the new Most Wanted Contracts that came to the game on April 28 have now been removed, just two days later. They are replaced by the Bounty Contracts that were in the game earlier.

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Most Wanted Contracts allowed players to put a bounty on themselves, earning significant rewards for surviving. It's not immediately clear why they were removed so soon.

The update also fixes a problem for the newly Gunsmith custom loadouts that prevented them from appearing in matches. Additionally, the timer for 3v3 Cranked Gunfight has been increased to 15 seconds, from 10 seconds. You can check out the full patch notes below.

Modern Warfare/Warzone April 30 Patch Notes

  • Fix for Gunsmith Custom loadouts not appearing in matches
  • Removing Most Wanted Contracts from Warzone and adding Bounty Contracts back
  • Adjusting the timer from 10 to 15 seconds in 3v3 Cranked Gunfight
  • Adjusting out of bounds timer in Infected
  • Adjusting the match start timer in Infected so players can join before the Infected countdown ends.
  • Fix for a bug where players could get stuck during the infil while loading into a BR match

The April 28 update for Modern Warfare brings the game up to a gargantuan 180 GB or more, depending on what platform you're playing on.

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