Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone Welcomes Update 

Modern Warfare 3 Season 1 Reloaded Introduces Several New Adjustments to Modes, Parts, and Purchases

A fresh update has landed in the realms of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone on January 23, ushering in a host of changes to enhance player experiences. The update, part of Season 1 Reloaded, brings modifications to aftermarket parts, introduces a new method for acquiring bundles, and fine-tunes the limited-time Supe’d Up multiplayer mode. Here’s a comprehensive breakdown of the key highlights.

Multiplayer Enhancements and Supe’d Up LTM Adjustments

In the multiplayer domain, Season 1 Reloaded’s Supe’d Up Limited Time Mode (LTM) undergoes a significant alteration, allowing players to earn Temp V abilities more than once per life. Furthermore, the in-match scoreboard columns have been refined to display Kills, Confirms, and Denies, offering a clearer overview of player performance.

Balancing Aftermarket Parts for Familiar Weapons

The update introduces balancing adjustments to some of Modern Warfare 3’s new aftermarket parts. The developer emphasizes the goal of aftermarket parts is to provide players with “fun and unexpected experiences” with familiar weapons. Notable changes include improved recoil control for the JAK Signal Burst aftermarket part, enhancing the usability of the Holger 556 assault rifle and DM56 marksman rifle. The JAK Thunder LMG Kit for the Sidewinder battle rifle receives a 40% decrease in the bullets required to reach the maximum rate of fire.

The developer expresses a commitment to refining the approach to aftermarket parts balancing, ensuring they remain powerful, worth the grind, and, most importantly, enjoyable for players.

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Zombies Mode: Randomized Warlord Bosses and Dokkaebi Adjustments

In the Zombies mode, the update introduces randomization to the warlord bosses featured in each map. The new Dokkaebi boss added in Season 1 Reloaded will now be randomized with the existing warlord bosses. Players can consult the tac-map at the start of the map to identify the available boss. Furthermore, the update prevents Dokkaebi from being one-hit killed with certain weapons.

Warzone: Bug Fixes and Improved Purchase Options

The Warzone patch notes address several major bug fixes, rectifying issues such as perk packages equipping incorrectly and errors when attempting to open the custom loadout menu of a loadout drop. Notably, the Champion’s Quest tracker now correctly displays progress.

Moreover, the update introduces a new method for players to purchase Call of Duty operator skins and blueprints directly via the game’s Armory. However, this feature excludes limited-time, upcoming, or discounted items.

For a detailed overview, the complete patch notes provided by Activision for Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone can be found below. In a lighter note, the latest DLC operator for Call of Duty takes the form of a rubber ducky, adding a touch of whimsy to the battlefield.