If you have played Warzone Pacific lately, there is a high chance that you have encountered some bugs and glitches. Recently, Activision shared a statement with the Call of Duty community. This promised to fix the state of the battle royale, as well as Vanguard and Modern Warfare 2019. Since then, the developers have been hard at work rolling out regular updates. Raven Software has deployed another patch, which focuses on making more bug fixes around Warzone Pacific all the while making pools much safer.
It’s all detailed over in the January 20 update patch notes. To start, some collision issues around Caldera, which allowed players to exploit areas of the map, are fixed. The last patch cleaned up some screen flickering, but not all of it. With the new update, additional screen flickering issues have been dealt with. Another important problem that has finally been repaired is the bug causing players who are bought back to respawn with part of their loadout. Sticking with the loadout, another repair has been made which caused the second free loadout to not drop as intended. In addition, entering a pool will no longer cause you to fall into a “bottomless pit of despair,” in which players have become all too familiar.
Bugs and stability come hand in hand
Apart from bug fixes, stability is still an issue in Warzone Pacific. Thankfully, the developers are continuing to try combat this by fixing an issue that caused live matches to crash. In terms of store bundle previews and purchases, the appearance of incorrect placeholder images has been addressed.
There is still a long way to go until the game is free of bugs and stability complications. A decision was made to delay Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone Pacific Season Two in favor of prioritizing bug fixes. Therefore, we should expect more updates to be rolled out in the near future. To keep an eye on the bugs and glitches the developers are working on, and to hear more about pool safety, visit the Warzone Pacific Trello Board.