Old COD games are playable again, thanks to Microsoft

It seems Microsoft might have fixed old Call of Duty games matchmaking.

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  • Activision has yet to respond to these fixes.
  • Microsoft hasn’t said anything either, but the latest win in the case against FTC might have something to do with it.
  • You’re now able to find players for matches very quickly.

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Some excellent news for Call of Duty players everywhere. It seems that Microsoft might have finally fixed the old Call of Duty game matchmaking. We’re talking about Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Modern Warfare 2, and Modern Warfare 3. They have been fixed on Xbox 360 and you can now play multiplayer matches.

Previously, these games’ matchmaking wouldn’t work at all, despite the huge number of active players still present in the games.

Spotted by this Twitter user, it seems that you can now find players in matchmaking very easily and it shouldn’t take more than 30 seconds to play the multiplayer matches.

As per usual, you can now play any kind of match on Call of Duty and you won’t have to wait more than a few minutes for the game to find players. Previously, these multiplayer matches were lacking players, or apparently, the system wouldn’t properly work to match players for the game. However, it now seems that multiplayer matchmaking works again. Activision has yet to release a statement.

Should we thank the Microsoft-Activision deal for the old CoD games matchmaking?

Well, the timing couldn’t be more perfect. Just this week, Microsoft was handed the green in the case with FTC; the Redmond-based tech giant is now free to close the deal with Activision-Blizzard, despite the FTC’s attempts to block it.old cod games matchmaking

So, while this might be merely a coincidence, Microsoft might be preparing something here. Maybe once the deal is done, we may see Call of Duty games on Xbox Game Pass at some point in the future.

Who knows? But the recent fixing of the old Call of Duty games on Xbox 360 might very well point that Microsoft is ready to handle a lot more Call of Duty games from now on.

For now, though, if you were nostalgic about some fun multiplayer Call of Duty sessions, head over, plug in your Xbox 360, and have some good old fun, as they say.

And tell us all about it in the comments section below.

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