Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2.0 recently released the big update for Season 1’s reload, which added a ton of new content (get the details here), as well as its fair share of new bugs and issues. Fortunately, Activision and Infinity Ward have dropped a new update that cleans up some of them. It also addresses complaints that purchasing base gear weapons at Warzone 2.0 purchase stations was too expensive. You can see the latest patch notes for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2.0 below.
Call Warzone 2.0
- Base gear weapon cost reduced to $2,500, down from $5,000
- Fixed an issue that caused the negative effects of a Champion quest item to remain on screen after being dropped out of play.
- Fixed an issue that prevented players from unequipping a secured weapon if the contraband inventory was full.
Call of Duty: Modern Warzone II
- Fixed an issue where players could save blueprints from private matches and the show.
- Fixed an issue that could affect Basilisk bullet spread when aiming.
- Fixed an issue where the Gaz Operator (Grass Ops) skin would not appear as purchased once it was unlocked.
- Fixed an issue that caused residual smoke to disappear while in aim while SAE was active.
- Fixed an issue that prevented players from choosing a layout after leaving a match early.
- Fixed an issue causing Steam friends to appear as SteamID64 instead of their nickname.
- Fixed an issue preventing players from selecting the correct number of Battle Pass tokens to purchase.
It was implemented recently
- We’ve included a list of recently processed and moved items via Trello and Twitter.
- The chance of encountering multiple circles in Battle Royale has been reduced to 15%, from 33%.
- Heavy chopper is disabled in Battle Royale while we investigate options to balance this vehicle with late game.
- Double the average number of buy stations per Battle Royale match.
- The general Battle Royale Loadout Drop event will happen during the second circle, which is earlier than the first circle before.
- Fixed an issue that caused players to lose a small amount of money when equipping gear.
- Fixed an issue that increased the difficulty of the base AI fighter through the DMZ which was only for a specific area.
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2.0 can be played on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, PS4 and PS5. The above detailed update is now available.