- Call of Duty: Warzone is a free-to-play shooter by Infinity Ward and Activision, integrating with COD HQ.
- The title has seemingly received new content drops in the name of Season 1, following the launch of MW3.
- Some of the major Season 1 features include new maps, new weapons, and another chapter for Zombies.
Both Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 have received new Season 1 changes in recent times, as announced publicly by the official Call of Duty blog. Raven Software pledged to bring, with the arrival of the outpour of the first seasonal content, four new maps and five weapons to Warzone 2.0, which is the revised version of the original Warzone that now ships alongside every new COD iteration.
So, thanks to the new update arriving at the forefront of the Call of Duty scene lately, both Warzone 2.0 and Modern Warfare 3 have been patched with new changes. Here is a rundown of the most important adjustments that have been carried out in each title.
New Changes In Warzone
First off, we’ve got some global fixes in Warzone 2.0 that Raven Software has pushed out in order to better the gameplay experience. They are:
- Fixed an issue causing Event progress to not track properly on the front-end menu.
- Fixed an issue preventing Emblems from being awarded properly for Prestige Level progress.
- Fixed an issue causing some Soap Operator Skins to not have appropriate menu imagery and text.
That just goes out for the “Global” changes made in the first-person shooter—a whole swath of bug fixes await players too ahead. For reference, there’s going to be no more getting stuck in the Gulag, nor is there going to be any duplication in the Backpack menu from here on out. Oh, and one of the attachment adjustments provides an update on the OP Snakeshot ammo type that was disabled previously. From the looks of it, Snakeshot has gone live alongside the scheduled Playlist starting today.
New Changes In Modern Warfare 3
Similarly, Modern Warfare 3 has received a similarly-styled update but the tweaks on this front go more in-depth. A variety of different adjustments spanning multiplayer, gameplay, progression, maps, weapons, and Zombies have been introduced. For instance, attachment descriptions have been re-written more accurately, along with the correction of unlock requirements for certain equipment.
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Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 was released on November 16, 2022, for the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC. eXputer reviewed the shooter and rated it 3.5/5.0, with review expert Asad Ahmed remarking, “Warzone 2 has the potential to be the next big thing in the FPS genre, and even exceed the popularity of its predecessor.”
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