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As sure as the day is long, ¬¬g_id:6039[Call of Duty: Modern Warfare]¬¬ will be getting a battle royale mode. Anyone who’s had the displeasure of trying out its co-op Spec Ops campaign will have spotted what is clearly the template for a huge battle royale map. Now though, a huge data mining leak has spilled plenty of details on what to expect, including spilling the beans on its massive 200-player last man standing zone.
¬¬g_id:6039[Call of Duty: Modern Warfare]¬¬ has got off to a decent start in terms of both reviews and sales but the multiplayer is a goddamn slippery slope which needs fixing, and fast. COD: Modern Warfare is hugely unbalanced right now, features some series worst map design, and heavily favours campers.
One of the big changes for ¬¬g_id:6039[Call of Duty: Modern Warfare]¬¬ this year is Activision and Infinity Ward have dropped paid map packs for the first time since, well, ever, if we count the original Call of Duty’s expansion packs. All post-launch maps, modes and weapons are going to be free of charge. 
Happy Call of Duty day, folks. Love it or hate, ¬¬g_id:6039[Call of Duty: Modern Warfare]¬¬ will almost assuredly become the best selling game of this entire year within a matter of weeks. Infinity Ward has gone back to basics for this reboot of sorts, and it appears from the initial reaction that it may have paid off.
Hot on the footsteps of Nvidia, AMD has its own graphics card driver prepped for today’s launch of ¬¬g_id:6039[Call of Duty: Modern Warfare]¬¬ and ¬¬g_id:35787[The Outer Worlds]¬¬. AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.10.2 provides up to date performance tweaks and enhancements for this week’s two biggest releases, as well as the Early Access launch of the STALKER-like ¬¬g_id:35872[Chernobylite]¬¬.
Much has been rumoured about ¬¬g_id:6039[Call of Duty: Modern Warfare]¬¬’s post-launch content and monetisation systems and now Activision and Infinity Ward have finally addressed these concerns.
It’s a matter of huge debate these days whether the upcoming ¬¬g_id:6039[Call of Duty: Modern Warfare]¬¬ will be littered with loot boxes but an Infinity Ward employee has attempted to quash these rumours once and for all.
We’ve all had multiple opportunities to go hands-on with ¬¬g_id:6039[Call of Duty: Modern Warfare]¬¬ but we still haven’t been given many details at all about its ray-tracing support on Nvidia GeForce RTX hardware. Team Green has finally thrown us a few bones though, announcing the recommended system requirements for COD: Modern Warfare’s raytracing features. This comes after COD: Modern Warfare's standard PC system specs were revealed yesterday.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's beta test is rattling away right now on PC, offering up a bunch of maps to modes to play around with ahead of next month's launch. We've been busy messing around with it, primarily because we were very interested to see how Infinity Ward's new game engine holds up. The answer, unsurprisingly, is 'very well'.
Early access to the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare beta test is now alive and kicking. I’ve been in there having a stonking good time already and my earliest impressions suggest we’ve got a great performing PC game on our hands. COD: Modern Warfare is a bit of a looker as well, particularly when compared to past Call of Duty games. The new engine is definitely working a few wonders.
It feels like a heck of a long time since a new Call of Duty has been met with genuine excitement, yet Infinity Ward's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is certainly generating some hype. IW is using a new engine for this reboot of sorts, with COD: Modern Warfare (2019) sporting some fantastic ultra-realistic visuals. But, at what cost? Here are the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare PC beta's system specs.