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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare patch notes: Lots of fixes but still no battle royale

See what changes the latest Modern Warfare updates bring




The latest Call of Duty: Modern Warfare patch notes aren't a patch (sorry) on the big changeover to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare season 2 last week, but they do still have some bugfixes worth mention - as well as the continued absence of a certain battle royale mode.
The developers of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare actually put out two patches in rapid succession: the first focused on general fixes for errors in the multiplayer mode, while the second shored up a few issues with Regiment tags and problems with Battle Pass token claims.
Here's the full list of fixes from the patch which went live on February 19, straight from the official site.
General fixes
  • Fix for Regiment tags not appearing as intended 
  • Fix for players receiving the "Jockworth" error while in Gunfight Tournaments
  • Fix for a bug where numbers on the team roster and numbers on the COD Caster minimap did not correspond
  • Pointman: Fix for an issue where Killchain scores were being given for killstreak kills without having Killchain equipped
  • Fix for a CDL Gunsmith exploit
And here are all the changes that went live earlier today. It's always handy when your patch notes can fit in the space of a single Tweet.
A patch just deployed to fix two issues in Modern Warfare:

· Fix for Regiment tags showing as “3 3”
· Fix for some users being unable to claim existing Battle Pass tokens
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Sadly, both these Call of Duty: Modern Warfare patch notes came and went with no mention of the battle royale mode allegedly named Warzone. Teases and leaks for the mode have streamed out since season 2 went live, though another leak claims that it won't be introduced until March - at which point it will also arrive with its own standalone, free-to-play version.

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