Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 And Warzone 2 Season 2 Patch Fixes Multiple Bugs

The season 2 of both 2022 titles went online 3 days ago, and patch notes now tell us about the new bug fixes.

Story Highlights

  • New patch notes reveal all of the changes the Season 2 update brought to Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0.
  • Besides the obvious bug fixes, new features have come to Warzone 2.0 including OP throwing knives.
  • A.I Threat for recon and bomb drones is also 85% less among a host of changes.

When we talk about big gaming franchises, Call of Duty is one name we cannot omit. The Activision FPS series is so big that it is causing a $70 billion war in the gaming industry. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2.0 came out in 2022 and showcased why the franchise is held in such high regard.

Recently, the Season 2 of Call of Duty Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2.0 launched via an update. It has brought a new map, Ranked Play in Multiplayer, and a modern-day samurai highlight to the game. Besides the obvious additions, it has also fixed a lot of bugs and new patch notes tell us exactly what they are.

According to the info on the Call of Duty website, these updates arrived with the Season 2 update. Globally, the update which came out on February 17 fixed several general bugs in Call of Duty Modern Warfare II. Countdown timers will now display the correct time when players enter a vehicle in an out-of-bounds area.

Similarly, the bug affecting the timer in a restricted area in Ground War after the player drives through it will not be a problem anymore. Moving on to the bug fixes in Field Upgrades in Call of Duty Modern Warfare II, you can now deploy covers on surfaces with glass shards. In addition, the issue causing the inflatable decoy to float in the air when deployed on water surfaces is no longer a worry.

The Portable Radar Reticle will also appear immediately now when you activate it in Call of Duty Modern Warfare II. Players will also not get stuck in-game after deploying a Recon Drone in some areas. A bug letting players farm XP from the Suppression Mine is also on the mend.

Furthermore, the update also brings a lot of bug fixes to Killstreaks in Call of Duty Modern Warfare II. You will not go back to the main menu screen after using a care package now. Moreover, your Killstreak targets will not appear on the eliminated enemies screen in modes with a revive feature.

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An issue letting players with Juggernauts actively use Killstreaks on PC is now ancient history. Players can also pick up Juggernaut miniguns now and not automatically drop them when they run over weapons they already have. You will not be able to earn a second MGB in round-based modes anymore as this bug has been rectified.

Mortar Strike markers will now spot the correct point when targeting a location through a window. Precision Airstrike markers can also be present on a water surface now due to a new bug fix. A squad member maneuvering a vehicle will not hide the sentry gun from view from now on in Call of Duty Modern Warfare II.

However, the bug allowing you to deploy sentry guns in prohibited places is also a thing of the past. Issues preventing you from deploying a sentry gun while parachuting has also been fixed. Furthermore, you cannot deploy a Sentry Gun in an out-of-bounds area in Call of Duty Modern Warfare II now.

February 16’s update also bought some general bug fixes to Call of Duty Modern Warfare II globally. Several issues causing the game client to crash have been put right and more work is underway. Moreover, you will not get view distortion while using Riot Shield from now on.

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Keyboard and Mouse players will also not face issues while removing certain Blueprint Attachments in Gunsmith. Issues causing visual misalignment while previewing weapons will not be a bother anymore in Call of Duty Modern Warfare II. Similarly, you will also not face any visual misappropriation while using the Killstreak tablet or the Heartbeat sensor.

This Season 2 update also brought a lot of new additions to Warzone 2.0. Regarding gameplay, the Heavy Chopper that the squad exits on after winning a match will have the cosmetic vehicle skin of the highest-scoring squad member. Attachment UI also has a new feature as players will see attachments in yellow color on the weapon silhouette.

Gameplay also has some new adjustments, with Semtex and Drill charges now killing a player with maximum armor plates. But, they will need to stick directly to the player’s body for this to happen in Warzone 2.0. Throwing Knives will also down players with maximum armor plates if they hit them on the head or upper torso.

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Concerning DMZ, a player can self-revive in the Solo queue if assimilated squad members are no more. A.I. Threat that the Recon and Bomb Drones generate is now 85% less due to this new Warzone 2.0 patch. Bug fixes are also a part of this patch and have fixed the issue preventing loadout drops from remaining stable on train platforms.

In addition, the Heartbeat Sensor battery will not reset now after you drop it on a group and pick it up again. The February 16 update also had several bug fixes for Warzone 2.0. Players won’t lose their ability to move after reviving a squad member now and invisible weapon holding is ancient history.

Last but not least, the issue preventing armor plates from filling the active loadout automatically is no longer a problem. Hopefully, these bug fixes and new additions make Call of Duty Modern Warfare II a better experience for you.

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