Insanely Large Update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone Fixes Weapon Errors

Call of Duty fans can enjoy two high-end and popular titles that were released in the recent past: Modern Warfare and Warzone, and each of them has its own particularities. Even though the servers are full of passionate gamers willing to prove to each other who’s better, errors still occur.

An issue with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone occurring last week was turning players’ weapons into peculiar black cubes. Luckily enough, the issue is solved by a new update released by the developers of the two games.

66.3 GB for a single update

Those playing on Xbox One the two Call of Duty titles mentioned earlier will have to save 66.3 GB of their storage space if they want to benefit from the new update that fixes the issue with the weapons. Fortunately, not all CoD players are so unlucky. Those running Modern Warfare and Warzone on a PlayStation 4 console will only have to download 1.2GB for the fix, while those who play from a PC will need even less free space: 0.88 GB.

Infinity Ward made the big announcement by stating:

A title update for #ModernWarfare and #Warzone is now available for all platforms. This update addresses the weapon model corruption bug and fixes a few other issues.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare is actually a remastered game of an older version, as the Steam description reveals it:

One of the most critically-acclaimed games in history, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is back, remastered in true high-definition, featuring improved textures, physically based rendering, high-dynamic range lighting and much more.

Chances are off the charts that we’ll see both Modern Warfare and Warzone running on the next-generation consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. The upcoming gaming gears will support backward compatibility for most of the games of their predecessors.

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