Call of Duty: Warzone update focuses on bug fixes
Raven Software has released a new update for Call of Duty: Warzone that aims to squash a few bugs.
According to the patch notes, bugs that caused the R1 Shadowhunter’s “Science” camo unlock not to track, incorrect text on the LAPA (BOCW) unlock challenge, and issues with attachment visibility on the “High Stakes” Light Machine Gun Delta (BOCW) have all been fixed. Additionally, the Ghost perk now works correctly and players will no longer start the match dead when killed in the pre-match lobby.
Take a look at the full list of fixes below:
- Fixed an issue causing the “Science” Camo Unlock Challenge for the R1 Shadowhunter (BOCW) to not track.
- Fixed an issue causing the Camo Unlock Challenges for the Nailgun (BOCW) to not track.
- FIxed an issue with the text on the “Surprise Splash” Legendary Assault Rifle Echo (BOCW) Blueprint.
- Fixed an issue causing incorrect text to appear for the LAPA (BOCW) Weapon Unlock Challenge.
- Fixed various issues with Attachment visibility on the “High Stakes” Light Machine Gun Delta (BOCW).
- Fixed an issue with the “Phoenix Inferno” Assault Rifle Delta (BOCW) Blueprint where the ADS animation was incorrect.
- Fixed an issue causing the Ghost Perk to not work correctly.
- Fixed an issue causing the After Action Report to not show the Player’s full ATVI ID.
- Fixed an issue causing the Party Leader UI to overlap with the text chat window.
- Fixed an issue causing the Charly Operator’s default execution animation to play incorrectly.
- Fixed an issue causing Players to get kicked from the Favorite Operators menu.
- Fixed an issue causing Players who are killed in the pre-match lobby to start a match as dead.
- Fixed an issue causing damage dealt with a vehicle to a downed enemy to not register.
Call of Duty: Warzone is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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