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Call of Duty: MW3 March 19 update: Juggermosh, weapon changes, and bug fixes

Smaller, but just as mighty.

MW3’s March 19 update has tackled a series of bugs and added tweaks to various game modes. 

Players can take feast their eyes on the Season 2 Reloaded late-March update below. There aren’t as many changes as players are likely used to—but it’s still enough to cause waves in the Call of Duty scene.

 MW3 March 19 Update: All you need to know

(Image via Sledgehammer Games)
(Image via Sledgehammer Games)

This update primarily focused on a series of bugs. Things like widgets glitches, Calling Cards problems, and HUD issues have had the Sledgehammer and Treyarch eye fixated directly upon them—and they’re all seemingly fixed.



  • Improved visibility through the glass of the Aegis Imperials Riot Shield Blueprint.
  • Resolved graphical corruption on the hands of the Battle Sister Operator Skin.



Bug Fixes

  • In the Quick Play filter menu, the Maps widget will now only display Maps available in the selected Modes.
  • Operator unlock Challenges will now properly display the requirements.
  • Removed locked and unobtainable Modern Warfare II Calling Cards from the Customization menu.
  • Completing a Weekly Challenge will no longer display an empty splash notification.
  • In Private Match, the HUD will no longer disappear during the escort phase of Operation Tin Man.



  • Juggernauts are no longer immune to the following Tactical Equipment: Stun Grenade, Flash Grenade, or Shock Stick.
  • Addressed an exploit allowing players to equip Custom Loadouts.
  • Entering water will no longer cause the player’s Weapon to lose functionality.

Weapons and Attachments


  • Soulrender
    • Players will no longer experience a delay after throwing Equipment or swapping to the Soulrender.


(Image via Sledgehammer Games)
(Image via Sledgehammer Games)


  • Addressed an issue where players could encounter an error message when viewing their Containment Levels from their Player card.


  • Added various crash and stability fixes.

That’s all there is to the March 19 MW3 update. Fortunately, this won’t be anywhere as large as updates gone by. Just enough to keep you off COD for an hour or two.

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