Infinity Ward have released a big patch for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on all platforms. The patch brings fix for crashing issues on Xbox One X and stuttering during cutscenes on PC.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare finally launched last week and the reception from both gaming critics and players has been mostly positive. There have been some issues though but the developers already released a big patch, fixing some of the major problems that plagued the game in the last couple of days.
One of these issues was the crashing on Xbox One X. Interestingly, players reported that most of the crashes occurred on the X version of the Xbox One console but fortunately, Infinity Ward have addressed this issue in 1.05 patch.
The patch clocks at around 7 GB on the PC while on the consoles it's 1-2 GB. Here is everything that's included in the first major update:
- Backend fixes to help prevent against crashing across all platforms
- Fix for a bug where players could earn more points when shooting specific vehicles while having Pointman equipped
- Improved ADS while using weapons without scopes on Xbox
- In some instances, some players were not able to complete the Highway mission due to an exfil bug
- Fix for the “Best of the Best” challenge not tracking progress
- Fix for the “Elite Sniper” challenge not displaying the correct description
- Fix for various camos not unlocking during progression
- Fix for the unlock criteria for the “Double Cross” reticle not progressing past 4
- Fix for the description and requirements needed to unlock some optic scopes in Gunsmith
- Fix for an exploit in Gunsmith when using mouse and keyboard
Players on Reddit are also reporting that the stuttering issues during cutscenes on the PC are gone but Infinity Ward did not reveal this fix in the full patch notes. Here are more PC specific fixes:
- Dev Error 6065: We’re currently working on a fix for this and appreciate your patience. Lowering your graphics settings can help in the meantime.
- Dev Error 6165: Players encountering this issue should try a ‘Scan and Repair’ through the Battle.net application. If this isn’t successful, a full reinstall might fix the issue.