Call of Duty developers Infinity Ward have released a minor update for Modern Warfare addressing some bugs and issues.
Another day, another update in the world of Modern Warfare as Infinity Ward have pushed out a small patch containing fixes for a few issues that were plaguing the game.
The update removed the rank reset prompt screen that was showing when players loaded up their game following the major v1.15 patch that was released the day before.
If you encounter a "Rank Reset" pop up after downloading today's update, please click "Continue" and hop into multiplayer. Your stats and rank will not reset.
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) February 25, 2020
It also implemented fixes for Regiment invites, which are Modern Warfare’s version of clans, as well as the Quick Fix Perk, which apparently wasn’t “functioning as intended while used as a Specialist Perk.”
Last but not least, killstreaks have been completely removed from the Call of Duty League Playlists. While that change had been introduced in the February 25 update, for some reason it wasn’t blocking all streaks.
Here are the full patch notes for this February 26 update, as provided by Infinity Ward on Twitter.
- Removes rank reset prompt screen after yesterday’s update
- Fixes for Regiment invites
- Fix for the Quick Fix Perk not functioning as intended while used as a Specialist Perk
- Fix for killstreaks still functioning in CDL playlists
As mentioned above, this mini-patch came as a followup to the biggest update in Modern Warfare since the one that launched Season 2 a couple of weeks ago.
That v1.15 update introduced some more new Season 2 content into the game – a Gunfight map called Bazaar and three new playlists, including one that combined the fan-favorite maps of Shipment, Rust, and Shoot House in a single 24/7 option.
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There were also some significant changes implemented, such as weapon balancing adjustments that nerfed/buffed several guns. The CDL Playlist was also tweaked, with Restriction warning icons added to the loadout-building section, round timer changes to both Domination and Search & Destroy, and a restriction placed on Thermite, Throwing Knives and Killstreaks.
The Call of Duty community still, of course, is waiting for any kind of official news regarding the Warzone Battle Royale that’s supposedly coming soon to Modern Warfare.
While there have been plenty of leaks, rumors, and speculation surrounding the mode, Infinity Ward and Activision have yet to even formally acknowledge its existence.
However, all indications are that it’ll get announced and possibly even released in March, a theory further fueled by a massive list of Warzone-themed challenges that were recently leaked.