Fresh changes are coming to both Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone thanks to a new update. The update and patch notes were released today, May 7, 2020, and notably include several bug fixes and tweaks. This update also adjusts the .357 Snake Shot damage and addresses a few vehicle exploits. Read on to learn everything detailed in the latest Modern Warfare and Warzone patch notes.
Modern Warfare and Warzone Patch Notes | May 7, 2020
The Modern Warfare and Warzone patch released today is relatively small. By and large, it mainly goes after bug fixes and balance adjustments. For frequent players, the most important change to note involves the popular .357 Snake Shot. The overall damage for the Snake Shot has been rebalanced (though Infinity Ward hasn’t said how), and a bug that resulted in higher-than-expected damage across longer distances has been fixed.
For players going after smoke challenges, the news is good. The developers have made some adjustments to make them less challenging. Thankfully, that includes the challenge needed to unlock the Bruen MK9. The team has also reduced the fire delay for trigger attachments on all .357 weapons, specifically for Lightweight and Match Grade triggers.
Last but not certainly not least, the May 7 Warzone update includes several bug fixes. These include fixes meant to “help prevent” vehicle exploits as well as other exploit adjustments for modes such as Ground War infected.
Here are the complete Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone patch notes for the update released on May 7, 2020.
- Tuning all smoke challenges to be a bit more forgiving. This includes the challenge to unlock the Bruen MK9
- Fix to help prevent vehicle exploits
- Various exploit fixes, including Ground War Infected
- GameBattles: Fix for a few issues where players might not be able to join a new match
- Reduced fire delay on the Lightweight and Match Grade trigger attachments on all .357 calibers
- .357 Snake Shot damage rebalance
- Fixed a bug where the damage on the .357 Snake Shot was too high at longer distances