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Published on Aug 3, 2012
Original video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=punk2J... Non-patch proof video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nzdo8H... This video includes updates on the M16A4 damage and rate of fire increases, the FAD damage and range increases, the UMP45 damage increase, the MP5 rate of fire increase, and the recoil reductions on the AK47 and PM9. I am 100% confident that the patch was not live yesterday for anyone outside of the Infinity Ward intranet. If it were not for your efforts lobbying for the patch to be repushed, this game would still not be patched. However, I'm very disappointed that many of my subscribers chose to personally attack members of Infinity Ward and accuse them of lying about the patch. A mistake was made, that is all. Nothing warranted the slew of hateful tweets and forums posts about Teanah, Candyslexia (G IH A IN ID II), Mark Rubin, or the company. I did not then, nor do I now support any such actions. Also, the asshole comments towards other commentators who posted patch videos was not appreciated by anyone. I know that there were plenty of nice messages sent but a bad message is as powerful as ten good ones. Lastly, I'm upset with the entire situation with everyone involved including myself. I should have expected this and posted proof with my original video. I opted not to because I thought it would be boring and super easy for anyone to test on their own. I was wrong. The person making claims should have to provide proof. The amount of insults that I soaked up yesterday from just about everyone is more than enough to make me quit playing. I took a brow beating from subscribers, YouTubers, Infinity Ward Members, and non-community members accusing me of trolling, lying, attention whoring, and not know what I was talking about. I'm done with MW3 In Depth and don't care to help discover anything else (good or bad) about this game. It's just not worth it. MW3 In Depth is done for good now.