Call of Duty Warzone has been given yet another update on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One and PC.
Just 24-hours after the previous patch, fans are required to download yet another important update following the release of Season 1.
The weekend Call of Duty Warzone update makes one especially crucial fix, solving the infinite stim glitch introduced with the new season.
It’s not the first time players have been able to use tactical items infinitely, although hopefully after the new update it will be the last.
According to the latest patch notes, the new Warzone update also fixes some less-pressing issues with the Battle Royale game.
There’s a “speculative fix” for fans getting stuck when accessing loadout drops. Developer Raven Software is encouraging fans to report the problem if the issue persists.
Elsewhere, the Warzone studio has fixed a rather annoying issue where fans have been unable to progress through the season.
It’s more good news if you’ve been unable to access the Match Summary screens or equip max level weapon attachments, because Raven has fixed that.
Finally, there’s a fix for an issue in which the game displayed random unlock levels for certain weapons. Hopefully the new update will make things much clearer.
You can see the full list of Call of Duty Warzone December 19 patch notes below.
Call of Duty Warzone December 19 update patch notes…
• Fixed issue that allowed player to use tactical items infinitely
• Speculative fix for players stuck when accessing loadout drops – if you still encounter this, let us know!
• Fixed issue that prevented Seasonal Challenge progression
• Fixed issue that prevented access to Match Summary screens
• Fixed issue that prevented player from equipping max Cold War weapon level attachments
• Fixed issue that displayed “unlocks at random level” instead of weapons’ intended unlock levels
The new update is available just a few days after the release of Warzone and Black Ops Cold War Season 1.
The new season launched alongside the brand new Rebirth Island map for Warzone Battle Royale.
“An illicit Soviet base raided and shut down by the CIA in 1968, during which Operator Russell Adler caught and forcefully interrogated the base commander Vikhor “Stitch” Kuzmin,” reads the Rebirth Island description.
“The facility was rebuilt and recommissioned by Stitch in 1984 with one purpose: the creation and testing of the deadly Nova 6 gas.
“Part prison, part chemical bioweapons manufacturing and testing facility, the entire island has dozens of locations to explore including laboratories, barracks, decontamination areas, and a hilltop prison block where unspeakable acts have been perpetrated.”
Published at Sat, 19 Dec 2020 17:53:00 +0000