A recent post on Reddit by user csvolts has exposed a pretty significant bug in Call of Duty Warzone that downs a player when they attempt to use a looted heatbeat sensor.
As you can see from the video above, csvolts picked up the heartbeat sensor and, upon using it, was instantly downed. This happened again after he was revived as well, and there were apparently no enemies in the vicinity that could have downed him. Comments in the thread has also confirmed that it’s happened to others as well.
As you know, the heartbeat sensor is meant to help show the location of other enemies, but in this case, its definitely doing more harm than good. Watching the video, it appears as if the heartbeat sensor kills off the user by the time it reaches the 75-percent scan area. This isn’t the only bug in the game, as others are complaining about poor connection issues as well. Infinity Ward has...
Activision’s latest earnings call has shed some light on what we can expect from the company this year in terms of new games. Arguably, the biggest news is that a new “premium” Call of Duty game is coming, but there are also two other “Activision IPs” in the works as well.
As outlined by Gematsu, Activision detailed the “robust slate of content” that we’ll see in 2020, including “the next premium release for Call of Duty” and “two titles based on library IP from Activision” sometime later this year. As far as Call of Duty goes, it’s pretty much expected, and the latest word around the campfire is that it will be a major reboot of one of the Black Ops – something that makes a lot of sense given the success of Modern Warfare’s reboot in 2019.
The news about two IPs from Activision is also very big news. There has been no official word about what these two games are, but rumor has it...
According to a recent datamine, there’s word circling that the next Call of Duty: Warzone map could be set in Urzikstan, and it could even arrive as soon as Season 4. The leak comes by the way of a video posted by Reddit moderator DougDagnabbit, that is claimed to have been found from Warzone files attached to Season 4 assets.
As you can see from the video above, the video is very short, and is a top-down view of the map of Spec Ops activity in the fictional Russian regions of the game. The video opens with a close-up of Verdansk, which you know as the current Warzone map, and pans out to reveal the Urzikstan region to the northwest. We assume that this is the opening sequence for the introduction of the new map, but your guess is really as good as ours at this point.
Oddly enough, this video is similar to the cinematic that was shown last year...
If you’re not a fan of Modern Warfare’s spin-off, Call of Duty: Warzone, then you’re probably not going to be happy to hear this. On the other hand, if you are a fan, then I have good news for you: Warzone is going to stick around and become a standard for all future COD games released by Infinity Ward and Activision.
The news alongside news that Duos mode would be coming to Warzone in an interview with Gamergen. Taylor Kurosaki, Infinity Ward’s Narrative Director, said that “Warzone will be te through line that connects all of the different various sub-franchises of Call of Duty.”
"It’s going to be really cool to see how the different sub-franchises sort of come in and out of focus, but Warzone will be the one constant,” he continued, explaining that "I know that our plan is Warzone is going to be around for quite some time, so as soon as those new systems are out and available, I’m sure we’ll...
Outside of the limited time option to play Duos in Plunder, Call of Duty: Warzone has been largely without the option to team up with you buddy. Well, you can if you decide to forgo adding other people to your trios and quads lineup, but then you’re at a huge disadvantage. As it turns out, Infinity Ward has listened to our desires and are working on bringing duos to Warzone, hopefully as a permanent fixture.
In a recent interview with GamerGen, Raven’s Creative Director, Amos Hodge, admitted that both studios are aware of the overwhelming demand for a duos mode. And, it’s currently in development, but there are some bugs to work out. Hodge stopped short on setting expectations for when the mode will make its way to Warzone, but this is promising news nonetheless.
“We had Duos on Plunder, but I'm not sure where Duos is, we got some bugs to work out with Duos. But we're listening to the community - if you noticed,...
Remember team tactical third-person mode from Modern Warfare 2 (2009)? I’m sure you do, as a lot of loyal COD players have fond memories of it. There hasn’t been a lot of hype around such a mode coming to today’s Modern Warfare reboot, but a weird glitch shown off by Reddit user Tkade14 shows us that it’s not only a feasible way to play, but it could be a very easy thing for Activision and Infinity Ward to make happen.
If you’re not aware, there is a third-person element to Modern Warfare, however, it’s only when you’re bleeding out in certain game modes. Once you go down, you get a third-person view until you’re either revived or bleed out. If you’re revived, the game is supposed to throw you back into the normal first-person view. In this particular case, however, it didn’t happen, and the player was able to run around for nearly a minute, knifing the hell out of people on the way.
Just one month after Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign launched on the PlayStation 4, the remaster is now available on PC and Xbox. As was the case on the PlayStation 4, it’ll set you back $20.
If you’re an Xbox player, you can head over to the Microsoft store on your computer or on your Xbox and download the remastered campaign. If you’re a PC player take note that the remastered campaign is only available on Battle.net. The original release is still on Steam, so don’t confuse the two. Regardless of your platform, the remastered version comes complete with 4K support, improved textures, improved animations, and remastered audio. PC players even get ultrawide monitor support.
This is a stand-alone download for all platforms, so there’s no need for you to own Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered. However, if you are a Modern Warfare or Warzone player, buying MW2 Remastered will get you the...
The April 28 update to Cal of Duty Modern Warfare brought about some new content, but the biggest takeaway was a new gun, some playlist updates, and a lot of bug fixes. However, dataminers have no uncovered at least 13 new game modes for Warzone, something that could explain why the latest update surpassed the 15GB threshold.
Along with the new Warzone game modes that are, most likely, limited-time modes that will be swapped with each new update or weekend, was some information regarding the Red Acess Cars that have been appearing in Warzone. According to the Datamine, there are three different colors of card – red, blue, and green – and the various secret bunkers hidden around the map can now have successful codes input into them. We assume this has to do with the access cars, but their full purpose or how the codes will be input to the secret bunkers remains to be seen.
As for the new Warzone game modes, here’s a...
I’ve played Call of Duty Warzone quite a bit, and I’ve played in various Modern Warfare multiplayer playlists too, but I never checked out cabin fever. A handful of different game modes on tiny maps with close-quarters combat sounded like a lot of fun. And it was, at least until I got thrown into my first bout of Hardpoint on shipment.
Don’t get me wrong, I ended up having fun, but I surely was not ready for what was about to happen when the match went live. Getting killed as you spawn can be one of the most frustrating things in the world, and I was about the rage quit (guilty) until I decided to change up my loadout to the standard, unedited shotgun loadout. From there, I was able to do some decent handywork, and even had a couple of good multikills in the process but that 10-minute match sure did feel look it took at least three times as long. Anyway, check out the recorded gameplay in...
The April 28 update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare brought about a lot of changes, to both Modern Warfare Multiplayer and Warzone. One of the more interesting bits from the official patch notes is the introduction of a new contract in Warzone. I’m talking about, of course, the “Most Wanted Contract.” So what is the Most Wanted Contract, and what does it do? That’s a good question.
The Most Wanted Contract raises the stakes in Warzone for individual players and their squad, but it comes at a cost. If you pick up a Most Wanted Contract, you will “make yourself a Bounty Target for all teams in Verdansk.” In other words, you’ll be highlighted for everyone else playing that specific match. If you survive the time limit, you’ll earn a free redeployment for all of your fallen teammates.
So, when does taking the Most Wanted Contract make sense?
Well, considering the reward is limited to only those who have fallen, not those...