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Activision has outlined all the new content players can expect in Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone this week. The incoming update sees the introduction of news modes, returning classics, and the debut of a new playable Operator: Gaz.
"One of the heroes of the Campaign and a member of Task Force 141, Kyle 'Gaz' Garrick is now playable as an Operator in Modern Warfare including Warzone," Activision wrote in a blog post.
"The 'Gaz Operator' bundle includes a skin for the Operator plus challenges you can complete to unlock additional skins. You'll also instant unlock two weapon blueprints the Fair Brass and the Tanker, and the Hit Sticks, a blueprint of the Kali Sticks. Get Gaz, new Legendary blueprints, and more when you purchase the 'Gaz Operator' bundle."
Modern Warfare will also be getting the All or Nothing Playlist. Activision describes it as a "Free-For-All mode where players are outfitted with only the barest of armaments to take down their opponents".
You'll start each round with a throwing knife, empty handgun, and minimal perks. Your ultimate goal is to get enough kills for the win while scavenging for supplies and doing what you can to survive. Sounds intense, and I'm fully here for it.
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Modern Warfare players can also sink their teeth into Chaos 10v10. One for those who prefer a more intimate experience, this is a playlist moshpit with traditional 6v6 maps and the player count turned up to ten on each side.
"You'll have more teammates and more enemies, so keep the communication up and watch your back," Activision warns. This should go down well with those currently missing the close-quarters mayhem of Shipment 24/7.
Finally, Modern Warfare will also be introducing Face Off. This playlist "meshes the strategic 3v3 side of Gunfight to the fun and frenetic nature of traditional Multiplayer modes," according to Activision. "Play modes like Domination, Kill Confirmed, Grind, and more on a variety of Gunfight modes in this playlist."
Things are slightly more quiet on the Warzone front this week, sadly. Standard Quads will be returning to the game after a brief hiatus, which means the modes in the battle royale this week are Solos, Duos, Trios, and Quads. You can also play through Plunder/Blood Money Quads or the 50v50 Warzone Rumble.
That's all for this week, but Actvision and Infinity Ward have teased what to expect in the mid-season update. If you've been hoping for a patch that balances some of the newer weapons, you're in luck.
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