Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare – Realism Mode Removed As Fans React

Modern Warfare removes Realism Mode (Pic: Infinity Ward)

Modern Warfare removes Realism Mode (Pic: Infinity Ward)

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare fans have not responded well to the discovery that the realism mode within the game has been removed. This follows in the wake of the 1.06 patch that Infinity Ward sent out on November 2. The mode denied players HUD and standard health, with headshots becoming one-hit-kills.

The realism playlist was taken away completely from the game, while the game makers introduced the new ‘NVG’ playlist.

The realism mode has been included in the ‘NVG’ playlist, which means the mode will need to be played on night maps, of which have been met with a polarised response. It is, however, not confirmed whether or not the realism mode will only be available within the night maps going forward.

Since this decision was made by Infinity Ward, Call Of Duty players have complained through the r/modernwarfare subreddit, including the official message boards and forums of the game.

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It hasn’t been confirmed whether or not the highly popular Realism mode in Multiplayer will return to the game at any point in the future.

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