Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, one of the most popular FPS games of the recent period, has a new mode. Gunfight mode of the game can now be performed in 3 to 3 struggles.
Users of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s Gunfight mode will soon face a whole new challenge. Infinity Ward, the producer of the game, confirmed the future of 3v3 Gunfight mode. It has been announced that this mode, which has been the subject of rumors before, is currently under construction.
No timetable for when the mode was released or the production process was published, but the mode was at the top of the developer’s list. Infinity Ward’s first community update for 2020 revealed additional loadout slots and Gunfight Tournament mode.
Our first community update for 2020 is now live! Click the link to our blog to get details on what we're working on, known issues we're tracking, and more! #ModernWarfarehttps://t.co/DdkT71sn1T pic.twitter.com/fWWYKrJmZz
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) January 10, 2020
“Our first community update in 2020 is online! Click on the link to our blog for details on what we’re working on, known issues we’ve been following, and more! ”
According to Infinity Ward’s list, players can now compete in Gunfight 3v3 mode. Only 1v1 games could be played in this mode so far. The feature was released last week.
For Loadout, there is also a solution to the inventory problem of players who already have 5 slots. According to the January 10 statement, additional slots will be added in the coming weeks. Thus, players will be able to play in more versatile ways.
Gunfight Tournament is coming:
There is also a tournament mode for Gunfight. Infinity Ward, who is pleased with the interest of the beta in November, says he is preparing to bring the tournament back. This tournament will have new prizes.
The game will also have more than 2 times experience, 2 times weapons experience and 2 times Tier events. Infinity Ward called this list “tasting of things that will come”.
What do you think about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare? Have you tried Gunfight mode?