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Call of Duty Modern Warfare April 14th Update adds new icons to the killcam, full patch notes

Infinity Ward has released a new patch for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty Warzone. According to the release notes, the April 14th update features some playlist changes. Moreover, it fixes a number of bugs and adds new icons to the killcam.

Going into more details, the April 14th update adds icons to the killcam to show if you were killed by someone using Dead Silence or Stopping Power. Moreover, it fixes an issue on PC where players would lose the ability to use Field Upgrades purchased when replacing Armor Plates while in the Buy Station menu.

This patch also packs a fix for the stats graph for the Renetti appearing incorrectly. Furthermore, it fixes an audio issue upon picking up a dropped SKS.

As always, Battle.net will download this update the next time you launch its client. Below you can also find its complete changelog.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare April 14th Update Release Notes

PLAYLIST UPDATE: 

  • Modern Warfare: 
    • Adds Drop Zone in both core and Hardcore (Removes Deathmatch Domination)
    • Adds ‘Stir Crazy’ Playlist – 10v10 playlist with Cranked, Kill Confirmed, Domination, and Hardpoint 
    • Also adds Hardcore ‘Stir Crazy’ Playlist – 10v10 playlist with Kill Confirmed, Cranked, Domination, and Team Deathmatch
    • Removing NVG Realism Mosh Pit
  • Warzone
    • Adding “Scopes and Scatter Guns” BR Trios playlist – Snipers and Shotguns only (Replaces regular BR Trios)
          

GENERAL FIXES:

  • Fixed an issue on PC where players would lose the ability to use Field Upgrades purchased when replacing Armor Plates while in the Buy Station menu
  • Upon picking up a dropped SKS, the initial raise audio would be heard globally. This has been fixed.
  • Fix for Azur’s “Brother’s Keeper” skin displaying the incorrect headgear while in the multiplayer squad walk
  • Added icons to the killcam to show if you were killed by someone using Dead Silence or Stopping Power
  • Fix for the stats graph for the Renetti appearing incorrectly

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