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Modern Warfare Season 4 Reloaded update: new map, Rytec AMR sniper, more

Published: 29/Jun/2020 21:20 Updated: 29/Jun/2020 21:46

by Alan Bernal


Modern Warfare is getting a huge content drop in its Season 4 Reloaded patch update, introducing new maps, modes, weapons and more. Here’s a full rundown of what’s to come.

Before Season 4 came to the game on June 11, the devs hit a snag and delayed the new update’s festivities by about a week. But the launch of a revamped season on June 30 will more than make up for any lost time with a swarm of new content.

New Operator, Roze, will make her debut, as well as an original map for Multiplayer called Cheshire Park. Meanwhile a 200-player limited time mode for Warzone is going to be in the game for all to enjoy.

Rytec sniper rifle in Modern Warfare

There’s going to be a new .50 caliber favorite among some fans with the introduction of the Rytec AMR coming to the battle royale.

Players will be able to unlock the sniper through an in-game challenge, but there will also be a blueprint variant via the Lost Souls bundle in the Store.

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All the content included in Modern Warfare Season 4 Reloaded.

Cheshire Park in Multiplayer

The Infinity Ward devs have paid homage to the UK with the upcoming Cheshire Park locale. For people that love mid-range combat, the map will have players navigate multiple entryways, a garden quad, and more.

“Located in urban London, England, Cheshire Park is a picturesque garden and conservatory where Operators will battle from door to door or through the central flora-filled area,” they said.

Townhomes will provide the opportunity for long-range sniper nests while infantry will storm store and side streets to capture objectives.

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London calls in the new Cheshire Park map in Modern Warfare.

Return of Team Defender

It’s been almost 10 years since Team Defender was in Modern Warfare 3, but now the mode will be coming to the latest iteration of the legendary series.

This variant of Capture the Flag makes it so there’s only one flag for both teams to take and, instead of there being a site to place the flag, a tug-of-war will have players fighting to the very end.

Earn points for every second the flag is in your control or hunt down the opposing player that currently has a hold of it.

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Team Defender will change up how Modern Warfare players vie for flag control.

Juggernaut Royale and Supply Run Contracts

The power of the Juggernaut suit will lie with one player in this Warzone mode.

Players will be able to track down an airdropped care package that will have a Juggernaut Suit for someone to take.

If that player is sent to the Gulags, however, a new drop will appear on the map for the next play to put the helmet on.

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The Warzone is going to get a Juggernaut of a problem after the new update.

There will be a new kind of objective in Warzone with Supply Run Contracts. After activating one, teams will be directed to the nearest Buy Station to get discounts on its wares.

A time limit, however, and will challenge people to make a mad scramble to the port if they want to take advantage of its lower costs before their premiums run up again.

This should give squads a more streamlined way of loading up for the rest of the match, but they should make sure to not be careless in their rotations, lest they become open targets for opponents.

Modern Warfare Season 4 Reloaded will give CoD players a mess of new content to play with when it comes to audiences on June 30.

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How to glitch outside Nuketown ’84 for free kills in Black Ops Cold War

Published: 26/Nov/2020 4:51

by Brad Norton


While Nuketown has appeared in more Call of Duty titles than any other map, the new Black Ops Cold War variant has come with a frustrating issue that allows players to break out of the map.

Nuketown has long been a fan favorite in the CoD franchise. The close-quarters map is chaotic from start to finish as players jump right into the action without having to track enemies down. It’s now in its eighth version, though the new iteration has come with a painful exploit.

If you’ve played on an older version of the map before, you’ll likely know every little nook and cranny. Nuketown ‘84 still has one of these little secrets intact as RC-XD users can race around outside the map on a special path.

Typically, this is a good way to get your explosive buddy across to the other side of the map. It can travel safely and emerge without alerting nearby enemies. However, it turns out players can now access this space as well.

The Nuketown RCXD easter egg trick still works in cold war. :,) from blackopscoldwar

This area has only ever been accessible for the tiny vehicle, until now. Players have discovered a way to break through the traditional boundaries and camp outside of the map for some of the easiest kills you’ll ever see.

From this glitched location, you get a clear line of sight to the side of one of the houses. The most broken part of being here though is that your presence doesn’t have any impact on enemy spawns. They can still appear directly in front of you without realizing, leading to some effortless kills.

Dexerto staff personally encountered this issue while playing on PC. There appears to be a location right at the edge of the playable space that avoids the ‘out of bounds’ instakill effect.

Wedging yourself between some cacti and the fence will keep you alive outside of the map. Obviously, this can be shut down after a few kills once players realize your position. However, it could be too little too late.

Treyarch is yet to address this particular issue. However, something so critical is sure to be fixed in the very near future.

In the meantime, make sure you’re keeping an eye out for pesky enemies well outside the map.