Call of Duty: Warzone update changes playlists, adjusts PPSh-41

A new update is now available for Call of Duty: Warzone on all platforms.

This update brings an end to the ‘80s Action Heroes event, meaning that downtown tower Contracts have been removed, the vault is closed, the CIA outpost is no longer operational, and survivor camps are abandoned.

Raven Software has also added Blood Money Trios and Mini Royale Trios to the available playlists and fixed a bug that caused Modern Warfare reticles to appear on the Axial Arms 3x and Royal & Kross 4x.

Finally, today’s update adjusts the aim down sight position for iron sights on the PPSh-41 to increase visibility while aiming and make it easier to track targets. Take a look at the full patch notes below:


  • Adding:
    • Verdansk – Blood Money Trios
    • Rebirth Island – Mini Royale Trios
  • Removing:
    • Verdansk – Plunder Trios
    • Verdansk – Power Grab
  • Keeping
    • Rebirth Island – Resurgence Quads


  • ‘80s Action Heroes
    • This high octane experience has come to an end! The downtown tower Contracts have been removed and the vault is now closed. The CIA outpost is no longer operational and the survivor camps have been abandoned.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue preventing the FARA 83 horizontal recoil from being properly adjusted.
  • Fixed an issue that caused Modern Warfare reticles to appear on the Axial Arms 3x and Royal & Kross 4x.
    • We have a great deal of enhancements coming to all BOCW optics and reticles in Season 4. Coupled with some exciting attachment changes, we feel the landscape of long-range viable weapons will soon be as diverse as it has ever been.


  • Submachine Guns 
    • PPSh-41 
      • Aim Down Sight position adjusted for iron sights
      • This increase to visibility will make it much easier to stay on target while using iron sights.

Call of Duty: Warzone is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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