The developers of Call of Duty: Warzone 2 have released a new update today that addresses bugs and makes adjustments not only to the Battle Royale component but also to Modern Warfare 2. Season 3 recently launched, bringing new content to both games, but unfortunately, it also introduced a few issues that have been addressed in this update.
Since its launch on April 12th, players have eagerly been exploring the new content in Call of Duty: Warzone 2’s season 3 update, which includes weapons, operators, game modes, and features in addition to cosmetic items and challenges. However, the update also introduced some problems that the developers have been addressing with a recent patch. Despite these issues, players can still enjoy the game knowing that the developers are committed to improving the experience.
A Welcomed Surprise Via Twitter
The news was announced on the official Infinity Ward Twitter account. The accompanying patch notes detail various improvements, bug fixes, and changes made to the game. Among these changes, the update has addressed stability issues by fixing various known crashes. Additionally, the developers have rectified some issues with the game’s Battle Pass and Weapon Preview not working correctly when using a controller. Fans of the game can be pleased to hear that shortly before this update, the developers resolved some issues with the Massive Resurgence mode in Call of Duty: Warzone 2, allowing players to start queuing up for matches once again.
In addition to the aforementioned fixes and improvements, the developers also addressed an issue where players weren’t receiving rewards for completing the Hold the Line mission and made improvements to the Buy Station’s interface for controller players in Battle Royale. DMZ fans were also given attention, as the developers added a one-minute cooldown to UAVs in DMZ matches to prevent players from spawning UAVs at the start of every game. Furthermore, the developers fixed numerous bugs in DMZ that were affecting players’ experience. Recently, one of the most powerful weapons in Warzone 2 had gotten nerfed, so players may want to consider choosing a different weapon before diving in to DMZ to test out these new fixes and improvements.
Patch Notes In Full
For the full list of patch notes, head over to the official COD website and let us know in the comments section if you’re getting into matches much easier now and if all is going well post patch.