That's right, another Call of Duty Playlist Update has arrived to shake things up on the battlefield.
Here's what Infinity War has in store for COD: Modern Warfare and Warzone in the newest playlist.
The newest Call of Duty Playlist Update has arrived for Modern Warfare and Warzone alike!
It went live on 11 December.
Infinity Ward regularly uses their playlist updates to refresh their game modes in both Warzone and Modern Warfare and we expect nothing different this time around.
In addition, Infinity Ward uses the update as a chance to fix any bug issues to the games.
Keep reading to find out what arrived earlier this week.
December 11th Playlist Update
While Call of Duty Modern Warfare has plenty of action, the newest Playlist Update didn't bring any new content to the game.
Instead, the newest Playlist Update targeted Warzone only with a massive returning game mode - King Slayer.
December 8th Playlist Update
- Cheshire Park 24/7
- Hovec Sawmill 24/7
- "What Objective?" (TDM variations of Dom, HP, and HQ)
- Added Plunder Trios
- Removing Plunder Quads and Warzone Rumble
December 8th Bug Fix
Infinity Ward were quick to act on this one!
An issue where the Cheshire PArk 24/7 playlist was putting players in Hovec Sawmill has been resolved.
December 1st Playlist Update
Infinity Ward dropped a playlist update on 1 December. It included the following:
- Gunfight: Snipers Only
- Deathmatch Domination
- “Stir Crazy” (10v10 on small maps)
- “A Little DIY” (Scrapyard and Hardhat)
- Added Plunder Quads
- Removing Blood Money Trios
COD Warzone & Black Ops Season One Release Date
Season One will now launch on Wednesday, 16 December.
The release date of Season One across the new Black Ops Cold War and free-to-play, free-for-everyone Warzone has been moved from Thursday, 10 December to Wednesday, 16 December.
In an official statement, Activision said: “It’s an unprecedented amount of free content and the teams are currently prepping… we’re taking a few more days to finalize everything before unleashing this massive drop of new, free content to the community.”