CoD: Modern Warfare And Warzone June 13 Patch Notes Published

A new, minor patch for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has rolled out--here's what it changed.


Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and the standalone Call of Duty: Warzone have received a new patch on all platforms, and it's bringing a few minor changes and improvements to the game. This isn't like the enormous Season 4 pass, so expect a much smaller download--and because it's a server-side patch, it'll download and install right away when you load the game up. This means you'll have much less downtime before you actually jump in and see the changes, but don't expect them to drastically alter the game. In fact, the update primarily fixes things that should have already been working.

According to a tweet from developer Infinity Ward, the patch that went live on June 13 fixes a few small issues. Players will no longer spawn outside the map in Scrapyard, and in-match events were not occurring at the right frequency in Warzone, which has also been fixed.

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Some players who had purchased the Battle Pass were finding themselves unable to use the content they were unlocking. This has also now been addressed, so players will find themselves able to unlock things as expected. That's it for this update, so if you're holding out for Shoot House to return, you'll have to keep hoping.

Warzone and Modern Warfare recently kicked off Season 4, which introduced a new Operator, Captain Price. It also looks like the Battle Royale game will be adding a set of 200-player modes in the future.

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