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Prop Hunt could become a permanent game mode in Modern Warfare Remastered

It seems like Call of Duty’s popular version of hide-and-seek will be sticking around this time.

A fan-favorite Call of Duty game mode is set to finally become a permanent fixture in Modern Warfare Remastered.

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Raven Software, the developers of Modern Warfare Remastered, posted two tweets yesterday afternoon—one for Prop Hunt and one for Slasher. The objective is simple—whichever game mode’s tweet gets the most retweets by Aug. 1 at 1pm ET will be permanently added to Modern Warfare Remastered at the end of the Call of Duty Days of Summer event.

And at the current time of writing, Prop Hunt is blowing Slasher out of the water.

Prop Hunt, Call of Duty’s extremely popular version of hide-and-seek, has already amassed 15,000 retweets, compared to Slasher, which currently only has 2,000. The game mode has been a huge success since it was first introduced to Modern Warfare Remastered on March 30, but it has only been added to the game’s multiplayer playlist for short durations.

Raven Software announced on Wednesday that Prop Hunt would return to MWR today (Friday, July 28) until next Friday (Aug. 4), marking the first time that the game mode will be available for a full week.

But if everything continues to go well with this Twitter vote, the Call of Duty community will be thrilled to have Prop Hunt permanently added to Modern Warfare Remastered. And by the looks of the current amount of retweets, it seems like Prop Hunt will be here to stay.


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Justin Binkowski
Dot Esports Editor. I primarily play, watch, and write about Call of Duty but can also occasionally be found feeding the enemy ADC in League of Legends. I have been following competitive Call of Duty since 2011 and writing about it since 2015.