Infinity Ward and Activision have implemented the Call of Duty Modern Warfare 1.06 patch for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Following last week's title update of 1.05, developer Infinity Ward has implemented another title update that aims to improve stability and prevent crashes across platforms. In addition, the update includes changes in 3 rd person steps and allows stunning grenades to force the clay seas into a disabled state for 3 seconds.
While the patch weighs approximately 1.8GB on the Playstation 4, the PC patch works with 8GB. The new patch also packs some playlist updates, and we've included the official release notes provided by Infinity Ward below:
Call of Duty Modern Warfare Patch 1.06 Release notes
- More crash prevention and stability improvements in all platforms
- Battlechatter removed from tactical single-life modes
- APCs and Tanks in Ground War no longer award points to Nuc
- Fix for sex appeal to weapon operation from thigh shooting
- Claymores: Stunned grenades can now force pottery disabled waves for 3 seconds
- Steps: Settings to tame third-party steps. Now they will filter more based on occlusion.
- Fixing an issue where Tac Inserts can get players spawning
- Fix for the Gold Cameo does not unlock on .357
- Playlist Updates
- NVG (TDM only) )
- Land War
- Killed Confirmed
Call of Duty Modern Warfare is now available worldwide for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The shooter was released last month.
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