CoD: Modern Warfare Playlist Update Makes Shipment Even More Chaotic For April Fools
In the last update for Season 2 of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, developer Infinity Ward is bringing back an intense spin on Gunfight, introducing a new variant to Cyber Attack, and having a little fun with April Fools’ Day.
Gunfight will see the return of a Snipers-Only 3v3 playlist, which is pretty self-explanatory. The regular 2v2 mode will add another play to each team and cycle through snipers only, making the cramped and quick matches a real test of precision.
Cyber Attack is also getting a new spin with a Pro variant, which removes the need to revive teammates and automatically respawns them back into the game. This should give the mode a much more chaotic feel, as players can return to the action a lot faster than before.
It wouldn’t be an update on April 1 without some mischievous fun, and Infinity Ward is delivering it with two new playlists. The first, named I Have Trust Issues, seems to suggest you’ll be playing on Shipment, but instead puts players in a 24/7 playlist of matches set on Piccadilly instead. The second, COD Players Only Want One Thing, does put you on Shipment, with a cycling mosh pit of modes and 10v10 player teams. If you thought Shipment was cramped before, guess again.
Season 2 of Modern Warfare last until April 7, and you can look forward to double XP bonuses in both traditional multiplayer and Warzone from April 3. If this latest iteration of Call of Duty isn’t doing it for you, you can now purchase Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered on PS4, as long as you’re fine with the campaign and nothing else. It’s launching on Xbox One and PC at the end of April.
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