Infinity Ward also rolled out two Call of Duty Warzone updates on Thursday.
A playlist update for all platforms fixed an exploit where players could counter the gas ring in Battle Royale, while a patch fixed a bug that was causing players to lag or see hitching when approaching or attempting to interact with Contracts in Warzone.
Details of known issues, patch notes and playlist updates can be found Infinity Ward’s Modern Warfare Trello board.
Warzone launched on March 10 with two 150-player game modes, Battle Royale and Plunder, which can be played solo or as a duo or a trio.
Call of Duty Warzone will support 200-player matches in the future, Infinity Ward has confirmed.
Co studio head Patrick Kelly has also said Infinity Ward is currently playtesting four and five-player squads, and working on new game modes too.
The free-to-play title attracted six million players in its first 24 hours, according to publisher Activision.
For more on the game, see our Call of Duty Warzone Tips: 17 things you didn’t know feature.