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New Playlist Update for MW3 introduces two new modes -MITD “Money in the Denk”




Yesterday, Infinity Ward has pushed a playlist update adding 2 new playlists to MW3.

Money in the Denk– a new community playlist made by @IamTheDenk. MITD has the following rules and class setting:

  • – 10 Minute Time Limit
  • – Sabotage Rules (1 Bomb, 2 Bomb Sites)
  • – 1-Minute Shared Bomb Timer
  • – Bomb Carrier becomes Juggernaut
  • – No Respawn Delay
  • – 5 Pre-Made Classes (Assault, SMG, LMG, Sniper, Shotgun)
  • – Same perks across classes (Sleight of Hand, Hardline, Steady Aim)
  • – Specialist Point Streak on each Class (Scavenger, Quick Draw, Stalker)
  • – Overtime contains sudden death rules

Hardcore Face-off – hardcore variation of the 3v3 face-off mode.

These updates are live across all platforms.

SOURCE: Infinity Ward

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Vanguard devs officially roll out long-awaited multiplayer spawn changes

Vanguard devs have used the data and feedback provided by players and the Experimental Playlist to finally tweak the game’s spawns.



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After analyzing data and feedback from the Experimental Playlist, Vanguard devs have finally delivered a proper fix to major spawn issues.

Vanguard’s subpar spawn logic has been the number one complaint from avid players since the game’s release.

A few weeks ago, the devs put a plan in place to finally fix Vanguard’s spawns. On March 25, players received an Experimental Playlist meant to test the quality of spawns.

The devs also requested that players submit feedback on the state of Vanguard spawns and their overall multiplayer experience. All this valuable data has been used to finally provide a permanent fix to Vanguard spawns across multiplayer maps.

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At first, the Experimental Playlist only included small Vanguard maps where poor spawn logic was common. Players continued to report spawn issues on Dome, Shipment, and Das Haus as the devs collected feedback.

Spawning next to enemies or enemy bullets is not a pleasant experience and hopefully, players will no longer have to deal with this problem. Later on, the Playlist expanded to incorporate maps of all sizes, which means the overall Vanguard experience on every map could have improved for the better.

As you can see from Sledgehammer’s Tweet above, the devs claim that “the spawn adjustments have proven beneficial.” As of April 12, the spawn changes are live which means that you should notice an improvement on all maps.

Interestingly enough, Sledgehammer has yet to reveal patch notes that detail the various changes. Additional information would be vital to understanding the impact of these spawn changes, so hopefully, players will get their hands on patch notes soon enough.

It’ll be up to the players to decide whether or not they feel the spawn quality has improved but these are certainly positive words from the team in charge.

For more Vanguard, check out how the #2 Ranked player got exposed after showing his wallhack cheats on stream.

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JGOD reveals their favorite Call of Duty Perk of all time

Call of Duty content creator JGOD recently revealed their favorite Multiplayer Perk of all time, a pick that many may have forgotten about.



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JGOD let the community know his favorite Call of Duty Perk of all time, which many new players may not even have used before, especially as it’s not available in Warzone.

JGOD is known for their in-depth content for Call of Duty games, especially Warzone. The Youtuber often looks into the stats and details for weapons and loadouts, figuring out the best attachments,Perks, and equipment to use.

With that being said, it’s often great to hear JGOD’s personal opinions on their favorite things to use in Call of Duty, which is exactly what he gave when our Twitter page asked the community what the best CoD Perk of all time is.

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Our CharlieINTEL Twitter page asked the CoD community what the best Call of Duty Perk of all time is.

For those in the community who have been following the franchise since the CoD 4 days, this question is much harder to answer simply because there have been so many great Perks over the years that haven’t returned or just aren’t in Warzone.

JGOD is one of those players who has been in the community for a long time, so their pick might have some of the modern players slightly bemused.

The content creator’s pick for their favorite CoD Perk of all time is Stalker from Modern Warfare 3, which was released back in 2011. This Perk got rid of all movement penalties while aiming down sights.

This allowed players to strafe effectively while using an LMG, Sniper Rifle, and any other weapon with poor mobility, which was very effective in MW3.

The Perk basically turned Assault Rifles into SMGs, meaning they were effective at close and long ranges.

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Further, if players unlocked the Pro version of the Perk, it also delayed Bouncing Betty, Claymore, and IMS detection, which were very strong equipment in MW3.

Although Stalker returned in Call of Duty: Ghosts, the description was slightly different from the MW3 version, and clearly, JGOD’s post is the Perk image from MW3.

Other popular Call of Duty players also weighed in on the debate, with Optic Hitch also sharing their opinion in the comments, stating that MW2’s Ninja Pro was the best Perk of all time: “Ninja Pro MW2. Not close.”

Everyone will have their preference as the best Call of Duty Perk of all time comes down to personal opinion, but Stalker is definitely not a bad shout.

For more on Call of Duty, check out everything we currently know about Modern Warfare II.

Image Credits: Activision / JGOD

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Activision could add NFTs to Call of Duty according to new leak

A new leak from a well-known Call of Duty leaker claims that Activision are considering adding NFTs to the legendary franchise.



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NFTs are a hot topic, and it seems that Activision could dip a toe into the controversial scene, with a well-known leaker claiming the company are “considering” the inclusion of non-fungible tokens in upcoming Call of Duty titles.

If you’ve been on the internet over the past year, it’s been impossible to avoid NFTs. While some see them as the future of technology, others view them as possible scams.

From independent creators to soccer clubs like Liverpool FC, plenty of people and organizations are getting involved in NFTs, and according to a well-known Call of Duty leaker, Activision could be next.

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RalphsValve, who recently claimed that Modern Warfare 2 has 11 development teams working on it, discussed the possibility in tweets on April 4.

“With the overhaul in Call of Duty’s UX/UI, Infinity Ward plans to personalize [Activision accounts], incorporating Global Calling Cards, Emblems, Avatars, and Statistics,” he wrote. “NFT Inclusion is reportedly being considered by Activision.”

“NFTs have been under review, and in consideration, for a few months.”

While Ralph says that Activision are thinking about NFTs, it could still fall through, especially after the backlash EA received after calling them “the future of our industry.” Ubisoft were slammed after introducing NFTs into Ghost Recon Breakpoint.

How NFTs would work in Call of Duty remains to be seen. It may be that certain emblems, calling cards, or skins could only be purchased as NFTs, but that could leave players frustrated that they’re missing out on cool cosmetics.

Of course, this is all just a leak for now, so take it all with a pinch of salt. Whether Activision chooses to follow through on this idea remains to be seen, but we’ll be sure to keep you updated on any developments.

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