Monday, July 22, 2019

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Gunsmith System Teased

Activision teases Gunsmith weapon customization system for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare multiplayer.

Newest addition to Call of Duty first-person shooter series for this year is going to be Call of Duty: Modern Warfare from developer Infinity Ward and publisher Activision, which is currently scheduled to release on October 25, 2019.

A soft reboot for Modern Warfare sub-series, the game has revealed Gunfight mode for a fast paced 2v2 play earlier. Most recently, Gunsmith weapon customization system is teased ahead of their multiplayer gameplay reveal next month.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Gunsmith System Teased

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Activision has briefly showcased possibilities of customizing a rifle with parts in one of their latest Tweet.



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Ever since Infinity Ward has introduced customizable loadouts in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, it became an essential part of the series that each follow up release have adapted and upcoming MW will have it refined for better.

Gunsmith will allow players to tool up their primary and secondary weapons for competitive game mode with adjustments and firepower. Picking up important attachments from an array of kits is very crucial in multiplayer matches.

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When it comes to Assault rifles, you have nine areas to choose from to augment your weapon and they are balanced suppressor, CQB grip, corp combat, holo sight, lightweight stock, muzzle break, scout combat optic or a perk.

However, you can only customize up to five parts for each guns at your disposal unless they are already filled. According to unique playstyle, each player would take a different approach to tweak their weapons that suits them in battle.

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Most interesting aspect of gun balancing is its limitation of five mod slots because different guns will offer varied amount of available slots. When there are fewer mod slots, people will pick up parts very carefully and leave out some.

As players will get their hands on more slots, they would likely to pick up pieces that are most important to enhance those weapons. In both scenarios, people would have to be very careful about what they end up choosing to kit their guns.

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Gunsmith system was surely a nice throwback for veteran players of competitive mode who has been playing Call of Duty since early days. We would likely to see how perks will work out in Modern Warfare multiplayer reveal on August 1.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is planning to support cross-platform play for multiplayer mode at launch on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Also, they are completely getting rid of traditional Season Pass to offer free post-launch content for everyone.