The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 1.04 update is now live on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
This update aims to fix many of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare problems that frustrated gamers last night and this morning.
The size varies from system to system, and will add to how long it takes to download Modern Warfare. Here’s the breakdown of the sizes;
- PS4 – 1.804 GB
- Xbox One – 1.804 GB
- PC – 7 GB
The update is now live on your console, and you need to install this before you can play Modern Warfare.
If you are not home, the update should automatically install on Xbox One and PS4 if you have your console set up.
We don’t have a full listing of what’s new in the 1.04 update for Modern Warfare yet, but we expect to see a listing in the near future.
The update likely includes the hotfixes from last night as well as other stability and bug fixes. Here’s a full ist of what’s new in the Modern Warfare 1.04 patch.
Backend fixes to help prevent against crashing across all platforms – if you experience a crash, please let us know
Fix for a bug where players could earn more points when shooting specific vehicles while having Pointman equipped
Improved ADS while using weapons without scopes on Xbox
In some instances, some players were not able to complete the Highway mission due to an exfil bug
Fix for the “Best of the Best” challenge not tracking progress
Fix for the “Elite Sniper” challenge not displaying the correct description
Fix for various camos not unlocking during progression
Fix for the unlock criteria for the “Double Cross” reticle not progressing past 4
Fix for the description and requirements needed to unlock some optic scopes in Gunsmith
Fix for an exploit in Gunsmith when using mouse and keyboard
We will update this post when we know more about what’s next for Modern Warfare updates.
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