Activision and Infinity Ward’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has been out for a good few weeks now, but it’s just the beginning of the road for what’s already one of the best games in the series.
We’ve been promised a load of new goodies down the line, including new maps and the game’s first Battle Pass, but that’s not all.
A new datamining leak has seemingly revealed that 13 operators are coming to the game, including Ghost.
In its current form, the game has 18 operators but remember: just because they’ve been found in the game files, doesn’t mean all 13 of them will come into play. They could be now-scrapped ideas that just remain in the code, so take it with a pinch of salt for now.
Here are the 13 operators that dataminers discovered in a PC version of the game:
- Iskra (Allegiance / Chimera)
- Kilgore (Allegiance / Spetsnaz)
- Nebo (Allegiance / Jackals)
- Stohli (Allegiance / Spetsnaz)
- Trigg (Allegiance / Spetsnaz)
- Yandi (Allegiance / Jackals)
- Farah (Coalition / Warcom)
- Ghost (Coalition / Warcom)
- Hooper (Coalition / Demon Dogs)
- Kato (Coalition / SAS)
- Lynch (Coalition / Demon Dogs)
- Quin (Coalition / SAS)
- Zedra (Coalition / Warcom)
In other news, one of the most controversial maps in the game, Piccadilly, has seen a bit of an upgrade thanks to a new patch.
According to the patch notes (which you can check out in full right here), the following fixes have been implemented for Piccadilly:
- Spawn tuning while playing TDM and Domination
- Domination flag adjustments; B Flag is now near the busses instead of the center fountain
As for the future of Modern Warfare, the first Season and Battle Pass are expected to be introduced in December.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
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