Call of Duty: Modern Warfare News
The PC version lacks options for picking which parts you do and don't want.
The patch applies to both Modern Warfare and Warzone.
Another big patch will make way for bigger lobbies.
Turns out the new patch shouldn't have been 84 gigabytes.
Infinity Ward says asset compression will take off some but not all of the load.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Big game companies across the industry finally started using their voices to say something this week.
A new statement appears in both Modern Warfare and Warzone.
The latest in a series of events getting pushed back.
The veteran character joins the ongoing fight.
The Call of Duty developer is going on a major hiring spree.
"Data Pack 1" will also need a special install procedure on PS4 and Xbox One.
Coming to any physical game with "loot boxes, gacha games, item or card packs, prize wheels, treasure chests, and more."
You can still drop into Verdansk solo, though.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Console sales and engagement numbers have been up, but nobody's happy about COVID-19.
It's impacting everything from World of Warcraft to Call of Duty: Warzone.
Alright, self-proclaimed lone wolves—time to test your mettle.
Activision confirms that its new battle royale is just a bit more free-to-play on PS4 and PC.
Warzone will be free for everyone, and it has a bonus mode in addition to battle royale as well.
Battle.net's been disabled on it until further notice.
Alongside three other maps, two new guns, and a Battle Pass.
The Overwatch League and more will stream exclusively with Google.
Ten of the top 15 games were Call of Duty.
Going back to Modern Warfare seems to have worked out.
Coming as part of the "biggest content drop" in the history of Call of Duty.
And Smash Bros. gets some belated acknowledgement.
Still, Modern Warfare dominated October and the year.
Also, Piccadilly should hopefully be less of a circus.
A new Ground War map and a returning mode is coming to multiplayer too.
We're shipping off to Shipment.
In an interview with GameSpot, Taylor Kurosaki talks real-world parallels and issues of good taste in the latest Call of Duty.
We're streaming until (one of us) drops!
Sorry, Black Ops 3—in its first three days, Modern Warfare made over $600 million.
Modern Warfare presents a fictionalized take on a real U.S. bombing as an act of aggression from Russia.
It's a brick—dunununuh—house.
Players are enjoying the game, but not the brisk jog to get to it.
After 6 p.m. PT, you might be able to go home with Modern Warfare in-hand.
It's not fully clear as to why, though.
Instead of prestige, you'll rank up with the seasons.
The Modern Warfare devs are ensuring you won't have to buy any weapons or attachments.
Special Ops returns with even bigger Operations to take on.
Sony's Jim Ryan says PS4 cross-play is out of the beta stage.
The PS4 version is getting an exclusive mode for an entire year.
Some familiar faces are looking good.
Despite criticism over microtransactions in the previous two games, CoD might be bringing back random-roll drops.
You don't even need PlayStation Plus to get into this open alpha.
PlayStation players get a little extra time, though.
Plus why Infinity Ward is going back to Killstreaks over Scorestreaks.
Don't expect neon colored gun skins in this Call of Duty.
See how Call of Duty is changing the game this year.
Modern Warfare seems dead-set on tackling the tough topics.
So you can better track your target while reloading.
How well does Infinity Ward handle the violence in the new Call of Duty?
The co-op mode this year will have a story element this time.
This year's Call of Duty is aiming to be as real as possible. So no zombies.
You can save your money and play with even more friends in this year's Call of Duty.
Our first look at this year's Call of Duty, which is aiming for a more mature audience.
Here's some tech jargon on what new to expect from Call of Duty's latest for your Modern Warfare-stuffed morning.