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 Gameguru Mania News - Jul,15 2017 -  
Call of Duty Infinite Warfare Patch 7/14/17 - patch
(hx) 04:04 AM EDT - Jul,15 2017 - Post a comment
Continuing the general weekly patch schedule, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare received another patch that contains more than just the usual bug fixes. Infinity Ward decided to remove all kill trades from normal and competitive matches. Although kill trading was a highly requested feature from the community, there were "unforeseen effects on the Scorestreak system and Hardcore modes." As a result, kill trades were removed from all public playlists, but they are still available for custom matches. In addition to the removal of kill trades, the patch also introduced a couple weapon changes. Infinity Ward nerfed the Akimbo rate of fire for the Hailstorm - Ordinance to match the fire rate of other pistols, and there were a few minor fixes for the M.2187.
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