Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0 update adjusts Loadout Weapons cost, fixes bugs
Infinity Ward and Raven Software have released a new update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0.
This update reduces the cost of Primary Loadout Weapons at Buy Stations in Warzone 2.0 from $5,000 to $2,500. There’s also a fix for a bug that prevented players from unequipping an insured weapon in the DMZ mode.
Additionally, several bugs have been fixed across both games, including players being unable to save Blueprints from Private Matches and Showcase, Basilisk bullet spread being incorrect when ADS, and the Gaz Operator skin (Grass Ops) not appearing as purchased. The full patch notes can be found below:
- Fixed an issue where players were able to save Blueprints from Private Matches and Showcase.
- Fixed an issue that could affect Basilisk bullet spread when ADS.
- Fixed an issue with Gaz Operator skin (Grass Ops) not appearing as purchased once unlocked.
- Fixed an issue that caused lingering smoke to disappear while in ADS during active S.A.E..
- Fixed an issue which prevented players from selecting a Blueprint after leaving a match early.
- Fixed an issue that caused Steam friends to appear as their SteamID64 rather than their intended nickname.
- Fixed an issue preventing players from selecting the correct number of Battle Pass Tokens to purchase.
- Buy Station
- Reduced the cost of Primary Loadout Weapons to $2500, down from $5000
- Fixed an issue that caused the Champion’s Quest element negative effects to remain on screen after dropping them outside of playable boundaries.
- Fixed an issue that prevented players from unequipping an insured Weapon if their Contraband inventory was full.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0 are available now on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC.
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