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Popular 'Modern Warfare' Mode Is Getting Its Very Own Filter Soon

Popular 'Modern Warfare' Mode Is Getting Its Very Own Filter Soon

Welcome to the Realism world.

Mark Foster

Mark Foster

Infinity Ward are finally adding one of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare's most popular modes to the quick play filter for good, after months of on-again, off-again game mode courtship.

Yes, Modern Warfare fans can finally relax, because Realism Mode is being added to the game's quick play filter. Confirmed by Co-Creative Director of Multiplayer Joe Cecot on Twitter (via CharlieIntel), it seems that the mode is being dropped back into players' laps permanently.

The mode has made sporadic appearances in rotation in the past, appearing as recently as last week where Realism Mode Battle Royale temporarily replaced Quads in Call Of Duty: Warzone.

Cocet's tweet was in response to YouTuber Xtwo's now deleted tweet, asking both him and Infinity Ward's Narrative Director Taylor Kurosaki what the deal was with the much-loved mode being constantly added and removed from rotation. While Cecot's reply is certainly enough for fans to start celebrating, he doesn't give an exact time and date for when Realism will be returning.

Realism mode - and especially Night Realism mode - have proved extremely popular additions to the map rotations in the past, and was highlighted as one of the standout multiplayer modes when Infinity Ward first announced the game way back in 2019.

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In other Call of Duty news, a new operator has been confirmed for both Modern Warfare and Warzone, in the form of British soldier Gaz. Gaz was first introduced through the single-player portion of the game as Kyle Garrick, who helps Captain Price and co on their bad-guy hunting jaunt around the globe.

Also, a Warzone team managed to win a game in an entirely bizarre way; by using Kali Sticks and Riot Shields. Only. I'm not sure how those kinds of shenanigans would have washed over in Realism Mode, but now that it's making a permanent home on the filter, it might be too long to wait before we find out.

Featured Image Credit: Infinity Ward

Topics: Call of Duty Modern Warfare, Warzone, Call of Duty