Infinity Ward are set to release another major update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare this week. According to Co-Design Director of Multiplayer Joe Cecot, the update brings "all of the fixes".
Modern Warfare is one of the best Call of Duty games in the last couple of years but it's not without its flaws. Players have been vocal about the game's skill-based matchmaking, maps that emphasize camping and various bugs but Infinity Ward have been working hard ever since the launch to make Call of Duty: Modern Warfare an enjoyable experience to everyone.
Despite this, there's still a lot of work to be done and by the looks of it, a major update is scheduled to arrive this week, with a fresh batch of fixes for some of the game's most annoying gremlins. This was confirmed by Co-Design Director of Modern Warfare Multiplayer Joe Cecot on Twitter.
One Twitter user mentioned killfeed fix that was promised earlier but is yet to arrive in Call of Duty. Cecot replied that the next update should fix this and a ton of other issues. It's coming sometime this week but the exact date is still unknown. "Our next big update should have all of the fixes. We start pushing this update through this week. I don’t have the exact date," Joe Cecot replied.
So there you have it, folks, the update with all of the fixes should roll out this week and hopefully, it solves all of the issues that you may have encountered in-game. For other technical problems, you can check out our fixes for disc read error , Savannah error code and Dev Error 6068, 6065 and 6165 .