Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 players get access to a new update. With the new patch, the developers are playing numerous bug fixes and optimizations, as can be seen from the patch notes. However: The update also includes a Gameplay Optimization. So the prices of the primary loadout weapons at the buy stations have been reduced – from $5000 to $2,500. With the changes, you can now purchase two primary weapons from your custom loadout for $5,000. Previously, players reported that the $5,000 price tag for a gun was way overstated. The developers apparently saw things the same way – and have now reacted with the current update.
That’s in the update
The patch notes also show that the developers have installed a fix for blueprints. Warzone 2.0 players recently had the unauthorized opportunity to save the blueprints from private matches and showcase duels. There is also a bug fix for the operator Gaz, which was not showing as acquired once players unlocked it. In addition, it should no longer happen on Steam that players are issued with their SteamID – and not with their actual username. A bug fix for the Battle Pass Token purchase process has also been released.
Patch notes for the new Warzone update
The full patch notes for the current Warzone update can be found on the developer website with this link. About a week ago, both Warzone 2.0 and Modern Warfare 2 started Mid-Season 1. You can read about the new content that has been added to the first-person shooter under the link in a separate article.