Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare - Realism Mode Removed As Fans React

Yolanda Curtis
November 10, 2019

This morning's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare update introduced numerous changes to the game, but there are more still to come, according to developer Infinity Ward.

Overall Modern Warfare is a very welcome return to form for a series that seems to have lost its way in the last five years or so.

If you are apprehensive about leaping into Modern Warfare, try our important newbie's ideas. While the player team is in control of a point, the score goes up. A map called Krovnik Farmland is being added to big-team Ground War game mode.


Currently, you may exclusively queue into Quick Play, Gunfight, Cyber Attack, Realism, and Private Match. You might think you have good cover as you secure an objective point, but then you die by a skyscraper snipe you never saw coming. This comes after the popular "Night mode" has already been added along with the "Kill Confirmed" multiplayer mode.

Also, this content drop brings several changes that will help most of the maps feel better to play. Anyone who's been playing the new Call of Duty has probably experienced the combo of campy matches and rage-inducing death streaks from overpowered claymores and shotguns.

With the game being released on PC, many are looking for a cracked version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Now players can detonate an enemy claymore with bullets without being a sacrificial lamb, as the blast from shooting claymores is now non-lethal when at full health.


Continued updates to player visibility in dark windows and dark areas. The insane range of the 725 shotgun is no more.

As the patch notes state, the 725 Shotgun will now have increased ADS and Hip spread, and the damage range has also been reduced, which makes it more in line in what a shottie usually does.

With a complete weapon overhaul and the most choices in Call of Duty history, players will be able to outfit their multiplayer operators for every combat encounter, with unprecedented customization and modifiability in the new Gunsmith system.


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