The new Call of Duty Modern Warfare update appears to be rolling out to PS4, Xbox One and PC players this morning.
Reports online suggest that the new update is weighing in at least 15.30GB on PS4, but it's as yet not known how big the update is on Xbox or PC.
So far it's not clear when Infinity Ward will share the patch notes, but we do know some changes that are coming after
Infinity Ward's Senior Communications Manager, Ashton Williams, shared the following on Thursday:
"Sharing the love with CDL: We have some fixes going into our next update that give an option to disable the spawn camera in private match, thermals can now see through smoke, and we fixed the SnD mounting glitch. (The last two are global changes). More to come!"
We've also been told previously that this is a “big update” with (Patch) Notes that are "a little over two pages long" and filled with "Lots of good stuff"
Stay tuned for more info, further details and patch notes should be coming very shortly.
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has revealed some CDL related updates for Modern Warfare coming, alongside changes that’ll be global for all players.
The next update will fix the mounting glitch issue in SND, and it will also allow thermal to see through smoke.
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