Call of Duty: Warzone 2 Releases New Update

The developers of Call of Duty: Warzone 2 have released a new update with some bug fixes and tweaks for Call of Duty: Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2. Both games have received more content lately, as Season 3 kicked off the other day, and unfortunately, the new season has brought some issues.

Call of Duty: Warzone 2 Season 3 kicked off on April 12, and many players have been working hard to unlock all the new content in the long-awaited update. The new season brings more than just cosmetic items and new challenges as developers add weapons, operators, game modes and new features to Call of Duty : Warzone 2. Fortunately for players, the developers are still working on the game and released a new update to fix some of the issues that occurred after the update went live.

As revealed by the official Infinity Ward Twitter account, the developer released a new update and patch notes, sharing all the tweaks, bug fixes, and changes implemented to the game. The developers of Call of Duty : Warzone 2 have improved the game’s stability by fixing a number of known crashes, according to the updated patch notes. The developer also fixed some issues regarding the game’s battle pass and weapon previews not working as expected when using a controller. Fortunately for Call of Duty players, shortly before this update, the developers fixed some issues with the massive recovery in Call of Duty : Warzone 2, so fans of the game mode can start queuing up for the new It’s game.

In addition to the aforementioned fixes and improvements, the developers also addressed an issue that was causing the “Keep the Line” quest to not be rewarded, and improved the interface for Buy Station controller players for Battle Royale players. DMZ fans also got some attention from the developers, as the dev studio added a one-minute drone cooldown to DMZ matches so players wouldn’t spawn drones at the start of each match. In addition to the additions to the DMZ, the developers also fixed a number of DMZ bugs that hindered the player experience. Recently, the developers of Call of Duty : Warzone 2 nerfed one of the best weapons in the game, so players should consider picking up a new weapon before heading to the DMZ and testing these new fixes and improvements.

Since the start of Call of Duty : Warzone 2 Season 3, many players have encountered some unfortunate issues with the game. A recent Call of Duty : Warzone 2 player experienced server lag issues that caused them to lose their game, and according to a Reddit thread posted by that player, many more players are experiencing the same issue.

Call of Duty: Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 April 19 Update Patch Notes



This update contains fixes for several known crashes

Improved the usability of controller stick rotation in the weapon preview by preventing the weapon from sliding back and forth. When you examine an area from the Battle Pass map view, selection will now automatically take you to the most valuable reward in that area. global bug fixes

Fixed an issue that could sometimes prevent the Killcam from triggering correctly. Fixed an issue that resulted in users being kicked back to the main menu after attempting to enter the battle pass a second time. Fixed enemies exploding when using the “Singularity” blueprint despite dismemberment and gore effects being turned off. Fixed CDL weapon stickers not showing on weapons in-game or in Gunsmith. Fixed an issue where you could trigger a search in the invite player popup when it shouldn’t. Fixed an issue where reward prices would appear red in the Events tab, even if you had enough trophies to redeem it. Fixed some rewards in the level progress screen not having descriptions. Fixed an issue where players could be kicked to the main menu after scrolling through the newest players section of the social screen. Fixed an issue where players would not see rain on Pelayo’s Lighthouse after filling the Kortac team. Fixed previewing non-blueprint rewards for ranked games showing the base TAQ-56.Warzone 2.0

battle royale tweaks

Improved the buy station interface for players using a controller, and can now start selecting gear. Fixed an issue that resulted in the rewards for the “Hold the Front” quest not being awarded to players upon completion. Battle Royale bug fixes

Fixed an issue that caused players to incorrectly apply respawn protection after a Gulag match. Fixed an issue that was causing players to use the default loadout instead of their favorite loadout when respawning in a Battle Royale lobby. Fixed an issue that caused players to crash when trying to open an AAR. DMZ tuning

Added a one-minute countdown to the start of DMZ matches before players can use the UAV Killstreak. Added a message to DMZ Active Duty Operator Slots explaining that the last Operator cannot be fired. DMZ bug fixes

Fixed an issue where the “Enforcer” raid reward was not properly equipped in the DMZ. Fixed the “Double Cross” quest in the DMZ incorrectly requiring a specific Dead Drop location Fixed an issue where players using controllers were unable to pick up their backpacks after eliminating enemies. Fixed an issue where weapons could be duplicated after the drop and deposit inventory interaction in the DMZ. Call of Duty : Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 are out now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series S|X.

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