Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is releasing the largest free content drop in the history of the series.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season One Live, Brings Supply Drop of Freebies

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is releasing the largest free content drop in the history of the series.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare isn’t messing around, at least not when it comes to the content updates. Season One is now live, and with it comes the single largest free content drop in the history of the series, which is a pretty impressive accomplishment. 

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It includes four multiplayer maps, three new spec ops experiences, and two new free weapons as well. Perhaps the most exciting part of this for series veterans is the return of Crash, from the original Modern Warfare.

This map is predominately what you expect, but it’s also had a few new areas added to keep things fresh. 

This Activision blog post details everything that’s coming to the game, and it includes another two classic maps in the form of Vacant and Shipment. So, that should keep fans of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare happy. 

Activision has also given some more details about Modern Warfare‘s Battle Pass system, which will allow players to unlock over 170 new items, assuming they’re tenacious enough to play their way through the ranks. 

Naturally, the Battle Pass comes with both free tiers and paid tiers, but that’s standard stuff at this point thanks to games like Fortnite. A new edition of the game has also been announced, but one that includes some in-game currency so that you can buy the Battle Pass among other things. 

If you’re not sure about playing the new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, then you should probably have a read of our review to find out if it’s the right game for you or not. 

Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare as it develops. 


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