Call of Duty: Modern Warfare November 25th Update adds up to 4-player parties in Gun Game, full patch notes

Infinity Ward has released a brand new update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. According to the release notes, the November 25th update adds up to 4-player parties in Gun Game. It also turns off spawn cameras for Headquarters and Hardpoint.

Moreover, this latest patch moves FFA to the Filter menu, and fixes join in progress for FFA to prevent finding late-progress matches. It also removes infils for both teams when loading into Piccadilly, Search and Destroy.

Naturally, this latest patch comes with a number of fixes. For instance, it packs a fix for various boosting and out of bounds exploits. It also includes a fix for a bug where the thermal optic on the PP19 Bizon would appear white while ADS.

As always, Battlenet will download this patch the next time you launch its client. You can also find its complete changelog below.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare November 25th Patch Notes

WHAT’S NEW

  • Allowing up to 4-player parties in Gun Game
  • Moving FFA to the Filter menu
  • Fixing join in progress for FFA to prevent finding late-progress matches
  • Turning off spawn cameras for Headquarters and Hardpoint

GENERAL FIXES:

  • Removed infils for both teams when loading into Piccadilly, Search and Destroy
  • Fix for a bug where the thermal optic on the PP19 Bizon would appear white while ADS
  • Fix for the E.O.D. perk not allowing players to hack claymores in FFA
  • Fix for various boosting and out of bounds exploits
  • Fix for laser sights becoming misaligned on the P90 and MP5
  • Special Operations: Minor adjustment to difficulty

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