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What is the release date for Gunfight in Modern Warfare 2?

By Tanisha Wankhade | Jan 7, 2023 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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Are you wondering whether Gunfight coming to Modern Warfare 2? So here is something that you must know. Now, it’s been confirmed that Modern Warfare 2 will have the Gunfight multiplayer mode. What is the release date for Gunfight in Modern Warfare 2?

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In the month of June, when fresh modes Prisoner Rescue and Knockout were disclosed, Infinity Ward confirmed Gunfight would arrive to MW2 at very soon.

What is the release date for Gunfight in Modern Warfare 2?

Sadly, right now, there are no confirmed dates for Gunfight release in the game. So, there is no officially confirmed launch date. Right now don’t know when Gunfight will come in the game.

There was no indication about Gunfight in that update, nor has any other details that indicate exactly when we can expect it. 

Gunfight in Modern Warfare 2

Let’s see what’s Gunfight? Gunfight is a multiplayer game mode that was disclosed to the Call of Duty series in Modern Warfare 2019. It also came back in Black Ops Cold War and Call of Duty: Mobile. 

It is a 2v2 game mode while gamers will be given 40 seconds to evict the opponent duo. In case if the time limit is ended and both teams are alive, a flag spawns in the map’s center and teams have 10 seconds to get it. Variants of Gunfight were also released across the three titles, with 1v1, 3v3 and sniper-only versions dropped. 

There proceeds to be calls from the players for Gunfight’s expansion, with gamers stating that it gave an extraordinary match environment not repeated in any other mode. The most same mode accessible if gamers are preferring Gunfight is Knockout.

Probably, when it eventually arrives in the game, we could discern any and all of these Gunfight modes. In present, gamers will have to stay patient. 

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