Infinity Ward's "Call of Duty: infinite warfare" has been playable on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC since November last year and the studio has been prudent about supporting the game. In fact, the first DLC titled "Sabotage" was made available this January for PlayStation 4 players, and March for Xbox One and PC players. The second DLC titled "Continuum" was released in April and the third, "Absolution" was released this July. Now the studio has released Update 1.19 that features two new awesome weapons in the form of the Atlas and the Raijin-EMX.

Two new weapons added to the game

Infinity Ward's first-person shooter video game received two new weapons via Update 1.19 that arrived on August 23. According to PlayStation Lifestyle, the two new weapons are the Atlas (LMG) and the Raijin-EMX (SMG). Together with the weapons, the studio also released new taunts, camos, emblems, and calling cards. There's also some general fixes included in the new update for "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare," including several map fixes, and a fix to enable Bugle audio gesture to be heard by teammates. There are also some fixes for Zombies, including performance and bug fixes, as well as a fix for an extreme graphical error that happens when players battle it out with the Rat King.

Weapons adjustments included in Update 1.19

Aside from the Atlas and Raijin-EMX, Update 1.19 for "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" also includes several weapons adjustments, including those for the G-Rail, Vortex, Helix, Fussilade, and Stallion .44. The G-Rail (base) and Vortex (common) now have extended damage ranges to make the base fire mode and charge shot even more effective at long range.

As for the G-Rail Helix, it has now been adjusted to make the weapon more competitive at close range. Infinity Ward has addressed the G-Rail: Fusillade issue with camos not appearing properly, and have lowered the akimbo rate of fire of the Stallion .44. They've also adjusted the aim assist range of the Stallion .44 Peacekeeper and fixed the Desert camouflage challenge that hasn't been tracking progress properly.

Meanwhile, Infinity Ward has also fixed the Glacial passive of the Proteus: Ice to have a stronger effect. Players who aren't season pass holders may unlock the Raijin-EMX by completing 20 matches with at least 10 kills using burst fire weapons. They can also unlock Atlas by completing 20 matches with at least 10 kills using the Raijin-EMX. "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" is now playable on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.