Call of Duty Season 4 ‘Reloaded’ is here and with it comes some exciting new content.
Naturally, the update require a hefty amount of memory to be installed, between 22-32GB depending on which platform you own.
But let’s start getting to the good stuff. The new update has added a significant amount of new content to both ‘Modern Warfare’ and ‘Warzone’.
Warzone now has two very intriguing new game modes added to its playlist. The first is a brand new 200-player game mode, which promises to be as chaotic as it sounds.
Fifty teams of four flying into Verdansk? It’s going to be absolute bedlam.
The second new limited-time Warzone game mode is entitled ‘Juggernaut Royale’. Essentially, players will fight for possession of Call of Duty’s notoriously overpowered Juggernaut suit.
Owning the suit will mean you can wreak havoc on opposing players and vehicles with the famous mini-gun until you’re either taken out and sent to the Gulag or win the game.
Once the previous owner is sent to the Gulag, a new Juggernaut care package will airdropped into Verdansk.
The ‘Spotter Scope’ has also been added to Warzone. The new item will allow players to scout the map without the glare of the scope being detected by enemy players.
Modern Warfare has been bolstered with a new map called ‘Cheshire Park’, where players can battle it out in a fancy London neighbourhood.
The playlist ‘Shoot the Ship 24/7’ has also been re-added to Modern Warfare and this time, we pray it’s there for a prolonged period.
But what about weapon nerfing? Don’t worry, that’s in the update as well.
Both the Grau and MP5 – the two most common weapons in Warzone – have seen their damage ranges decreased, along with a number of other tweaks.
You can read Infinity Ward’s patch notes on changes to weapons HERE.
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