Huge Call of Duty update TODAY – with new guns, game modes and Warzone changes
CALL of Duty players can install a huge new update today – with loads of new changes.
There are new guns, fresh game modes to enjoy, and even some tweaks to Warzone.
Call of Duty is getting a big update this week[/caption]
Next Call of Duty update – when is it?
Call of Duty’s Season 4 kicked off in early June, but that was only the beginning.
Activision promised to add loads of new content over time, and there’s a major update coming to your console and PC.
The update begins rolling out on July 7, but there’s no set start time.
However, updates typically become available in early evening – so you’ll almost certainly be able to get it by tomorrow.
Gamers will enjoy new game modes and guns[/caption]
Call of Duty update July 2020 – what’s new?
The first change is the return of Gunfight Tournaments.
It’s a competitive 2v2 mode that requires you to win four games before losing one to bag bonus rewards.
There’s also a SERE Kit: Plunder Player Store Bundle, which contains two blueprints.
One is the Alabaster assault rifle and the other is the White Light snipe rifle.
Activision says both will “work great in a Plunder loadout”.
A more broad bundle is Blood in the Water, which gets you the Epic Feeding Frenzy shotgun blueprint.
It’s got a shark on the side – what’s not to love?
This Feeding Frenzy blueprint will be perfect for shark fans[/caption]
You’ll still be able to enjoy 200-player Warzone this week[/caption]
There’s a new playlist called the Bomb Plant Moshpit.
It includes Search & Destroy and Demolition – both bomb-based game modes.
Then there’s Realism Gun Game, which cycles you through blueprint weapons.
And Multiplayer will retain Ground War and return the Dirty Old Houseboat (Rust, Shipment and Shoot House 24/7).
Finally, there’s a small tweak to Warzone: you can now play Plunder/Blood Money in a Quad.
And the Battle Royale Solos, Duos, Trios and new(-ish) 200-player Quads are sticking around.
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