A new update is on its way to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone today, April 22, 2020. The latest patch is a small one, without any specific update number. However, it provides a handful of bug fixes, including one that addresses the menacing Warzone invincibility exploit. Keep reading to learn about all the changes detailed in the new Warzone and Modern Warfare patch notes.
Modern Warfare and Warzone Patch Notes | April 22, 2020
The latest Modern Warfare update includes bug fixes for multiplayer as well as a few much-needed fixes for Warzone. By far the biggest change is the fix for the invincibility exploit, which sometimes occurred after reviving a fellow Warzone teammate. Following this patch, revived teammates will once again become vulnerable as intended.
Another rather serious bug was also fixed, one that allowed players to take advantage of Game Battles to create custom weapon blueprints. This bug allowed those weapons to be used in both Modern Warfare multiplayer and Warzone, which obviously caused a number of balance problems.
The other bug fixes are relatively minor. One of the addressed issues resulted in an audio cue being heard by all players in a match after picking up a dropped Renetti. Another wound up displaying two watches on the CTSFO 1 Mil-Sim Operator’s wrist, which is something of an unusual fashion choice.
Hungry for the complete scoop? Here are the full Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone patch notes for the April 22, 2020 update as provided by the team at Infinity Ward.
- Fixed a bug where players were able to use Game Battles to make custom weapon blueprints that they can then use in MP or Warzone.
- Upon picking up a dropped Renetti, the initial raise audio would be heard globally. This has been fixed.
- Fix for an invincibility exploit after reviving a teammate in Warzone
- Fixed a bug where two watches would be seen on the wrist of the CTSFO 1 Mil-Sim Operator