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Modern Warfare players will have some other goodies to check out. There’s a fresh multiplayer map, Cheshire Park, and the return of an old Call of Duty game mode, Team Defender. The latter’s a spin on Capture the Flag, in which flag carriers earn points while they hold onto the objective. You’ll find more bundles in the store as well, including new operator Roze.

 

The update will arrive just a couple of weeks after Season Four started. It’ll go live tonight at 11 PM PT (2 AM ET).

You’ll need plenty of free storage space to install it, however: it’ll measure between 22-36 GB, depending on whether you have Modern Warfare installed or just Warzone, with a secondary download of about 3.5 GB for console players. After you update, the total install size for Modern Warfare will be slightly larger, and that of Warzone will be a bit smaller.

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Dramatic moment ‘off-duty cop fires ELEVEN ROUNDS at car of suspected BBQ thief’ in a crowded Walmart parking lot

AN OFF-DUTY police officer allegedly fired 11 rounds at a man who was suspected of stealing a barbecue grill from Walmart as the man attempted to drive away in his car.

The shocking altercation was caught on video on Saturday in Oklahoma, and shows the cop attempting to pull the man from his car in the Walmart parking lot.

2 An off-duty cop opened fire on a man suspected of stealing a BBQ from WalmartCredit: Toya Lewis/ Facebook 2 After an altercation, the cop was caught on video pulling out a gun and firing 11 roundsCredit: Toya Lewis/ Facebook

When the car begins to back up, with the driver's side door still open and the officer still trying to grab the alleged suspect, the cop pulls out a gun and fires it 11 times.

The cop, who works in the police department at a local college - Langston University, was apparently in the superstore at the time of the alleged robbery, and decided to confront the suspected thief himself, according to TMZ.

The Langston Police Department released a statement saying they are cooperating with the cops in Del City, where the Walmart shooting took place.

"The officer was not performing duties on behalf of Langston University at that time of the incident. The Langston University Police Department intends to cooperate with the Del City Police Department if assistance is requested," the department said in the statement.

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It's unclear if the man was hit during the shooting, but KOCO News reported that he was taken to a hospital and is in stable condition.

The man also reportedly had a receipt from the Walmart, but tried leaving with more than what he paid for, according to KOCO News.

It's unclear if the shooting officer will face criminal charges at this time. Police have also not released the name of the shooter or the man he was shooting at.

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