Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 and MW2 – Activision fixes loads of bugs, missing UI elements, and more with Season 4 update

The amount of work Devs have put in this update is commendable.

Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 and MW2 – Activision fixes loads of bugs, missing UI elements, and more with Season 4 update

Activision’s recent addition to the Call of Duty series, Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0, has been generating hype for eight months. Modern Warfare 2 & Warzone 2.0 have captivated gamers all around the globe. Gamers praise fan-favorite characters as well as newer and improved game mechanics and graphics. Furthermore, all the hype generated by Warzone 2.0 has been lived up to. Furthermore, the game received loads of bug fixes with the season 4 update. The developers have fixed many similar bugs, including armor plate changes, missing UI elements, and gas damage.

The Devs’ constant updates are the reason for the hype surrounding Warzone 2.0. These updates include quality-of-life changes, new content, and season updates. The fanbase loves the season content updates, especially. The addition of new content to the game is the major reason. Moreover, devs have gone out all this in the new Season 4 update and have fixed loads of bugs in-game.

The game receives many new contents through these seasonal updates. New cosmetics, weapon blueprints, and even new maps are available. Fans always await these new season updates. Especially in games like Warzone 2.0, the season updates are truly magnificent. Activision devs worked hard on these updates. The Devs are constantly supporting the game with new content and bug fixes, which is exciting players.

The amount of bug fixes, UI changes, and game mechanic changes in this update is huge. The season 4 update is live, with a new battle pass, finally, new weapon additions like the Tempus Razorback & the ISO 45, and exciting new cosmetics. Warzone 2.0 has just got a really decent makeover by the devs.

Related: Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0: All Weapons Changes Coming with Season 4

Warzone 2.0 Bug fixes, UI Changes & more

Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 receives loads of bug fixes like armor plate changes, missing UI elements, and more with Season 4 update

The bug fixes are given below:

  • Apply All Plates setting will consider any new armor plates looted while plating.
  • Spectators will be able to hear Proximity Voice Chat.
  • Player eliminations will count even if the player disconnects between a finisher animation.
  • Fixed the Player Buyback cost bug in the Squad widget to show the correct cost during Fire Sale.
  • Players can now pick up ground loot while in the weapon reloading animation.
  • Players will receive 20% of progression XP after completing Contracts instead of 100% as weapon XP.
  • Fixed the bug that did not allow players after Gulag to see Most Wanted Contract target icons on the map.
  • Deployable Buy Station icon on the Tac Map bug, which remained white during Fire Sale fixed.
  • Heartbeat sensor dropping with 1% battery life bug fixed while equipping a new loadout.
  • Fixed the issue that caused the gas to deal less damage to players’ health in the first three circles.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented players from receiving a Killstreak warning while the backpack UI was open.
  • The plunder scoreboard does not display the completed Contract total, and the Supply Box total is fixed.
  • Inactive Contracts disappearing from the Tac Map if players picked up an active Contract in battle royale fixed.
  • Fixed the issue of not being able to pick up Perk Packages on the train.
  • Train unintentionally eliminating players within proximity while not in motion fixed.
  • Fixed a bug that was allowing players’ gas masks to withstand more Gas damage than intended until the fourth circle.
  • Incorrect Buy Station spawn locations across Al Mazrah fixed.
  • Fixed the issue with Birdseye Perk not functioning correctly in the battle royale.
  • Missing UI elements for the Champion’s Quest objective fixed.

Warzone 2.0 has received not just loads of bug fixes with this seasonal update, but also many new game adjustments. Also, the game now has certain new game modes for the player base to enjoy. And the new content in the battle pass, with three new weapons have fired up the player base more. Overall this has been a huge update from the Devs, and the player base is appreciating the work done.

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