CoD: Warzone players attempting to unlock the new Stitch Operator in-game must finish a variety of missions. The fourth requires users to complete three Most Wanted contracts, though many are having trouble getting their progress to track. So, is there a Call of Duty: Warzone Most Wanted contract challenge fix? Here’s the need-to-know for PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One players.
Call of Duty: Warzone | How to complete 3 Most Wanted contracts
Most Wanted contracts made their debut in Warzone earlier this year; Activision later took them out of the game, but now they’re back. Call of Duty: Warzone Season 1 players can pick up Most Wanted contracts in-game to make themselves a target for other players. Collecting them is a risky business, but it can lead to earning rewards. After going through the arduous process of becoming Most Wanted and surviving, however, players are finding that the challenge progress has not progressed.
This Call of Duty: Warzone challenge requires players to collect and complete three Most Wanted contracts. Users can find a Most Wanted contract by keeping an eye out for the crown icon on their map, which can appear at random during gameplay. Unfortunately, players can’t currently finish the CoD: Warzone complete three Most Wanted contracts challenge. Hopefully, Activision will release a patch to address the issue ASAP.
Call of Duty fans on Reddit are reporting that picking up a Most Wanted contract in Warzone and then winning the match does not increase the challenge progress. Killing another player that has collected a Most Wanted contract in Warzone does not increase the challenge progress, either. With neither method of “completing” a contract working, the Stitch Operator challenge is currently unobtainable. Fingers crossed there’s a quick and easy fix in a future game update.
This isn’t the only issue to affect CoD: Warzone recently, as an invisibility glitch and disappearing 2XP tokens caused havoc last week. Meanwhile, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War players are leveling up incredibly slowly.