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Modern Warfare Patch 1.07: 3 Biggest Takeaways

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Modern Warfare Patch 1.07 is expected to be released in the next few day, as stated by Infinity Ward.

The Call of Duty update is expected to add the removal of the battle chatter from tactical one-life modes. Players who complained about the claymore needing to be nerfed in the update will be delighted too. Here are three of the biggest from Patch 1.07.

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Modern Warfare Patch 1.07: 3 Biggest Takeaways

1.Bug Fixes: This update immediately combats the problem of bugs and server malfunctions is a must. Another game mode is set to be added to Modern Warfare in Hardpoint. We could seen a new influx of players which means the overall functionality o f the game as to be top notch.

2. Quiet the Noise: Battle Chatter is being removed from certain game modes giving Modern Warfare an old Call of Duty feel. One-life modes in video games should give off the feeling of a high stakes situation. The idea of having to be almost perfect in order win gives a different thrill to the game. The silence between players, enhances the focus of the getting to the objective and makes the win at the end more desirable.

3. Hardpoint is Coming: Hardpoint is coming soon. The fan favorite mode, first introduced in Black Ops II, was previously only available in private matches.

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