Almost a week after the big mid-season update for Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2, developer Infinite Ward has released another patch for the shooter. The update is already available for all platforms and should be installed automatically the next time you start your console.
What does the patch do? In addition to bug fixes, the update brings an innovation that should make fans of loadout weapons particularly happy. Because the specially adapted and modified guns, which can be purchased at buying stations, among other things, only cost half after the patch, namely $2500 instead of $5000. It should now be much easier to get your “own” weapons early in a game, many fans already had that requested for a long time.
For everyone who likes to handle their meticulously customized argument boosters, so it’s definitely a great thing, I wrote a column about why I personally can’t understand the hype about loadouts in Warzone 2:
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In addition, there are also other adjustments by the current update, including for the DMZ mode. A complete list of English patch notes can be found below.
All English patch notes for the MW2 update of December 19th
- The chance to encounter multiple circles in Battle Royale has been reduced to 15%, down from 33%.
- The Heavy Chopper has been disabled in Battle Royale while we investigate options to balance this vehicle for late game.
- Doubled the average number of Buy Stations per Battle Royale match.
- The Loadout Drop public event in Battle Royale will occur during the 2nd circle, one circle earlier than before.
- Fixed an issue that caused Players to unintentionally lose a small amount of cash when equipping a Loadout.
- Fixed an issue that resulted in base AI Combatant difficulty being increased across DMZ that was only intended for a specific area.
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While Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 was launched at the end of October, Warzone 2 didn’t start until mid-November on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One and PC. The biggest innovations in the Free2Play shooter include the desert map Al-Mazrah and the new DMZ mode, which lets us compete against AI henchmen, among other things. Our subjective impressions from our first Warzone 2 games from the game can be found in a separate article.