Warzone Season Five patch adds new matchmaking option, fixes bugs

Warzone patch bug fixes and matchmaking

Call of Duty: Warzone Season Five is well underway and it has not been short of content so far. Most recently, the previously leaked RAAL MG light machine gun was added to the weapon pool. Now, Raven Software has rolled out a patch for Call of Duty: Warzone Season Five, which mainly addresses bug fixes. Moreover, the developer has also made a new addition which can change the way you search for matches.

To begin, a new ‘Looking for Party’ feature has rolled out in beta form. This allows you to search and party up with other players according to preferences that you select. You can choose from game modes, party communication, and preferred play style. It is definitely a useful way to find team mates that suit the way you play your Warzone matches. It’s important to note that this is still being tested and changes could be made in the future.


The patch eliminates more bugs from Call of Duty: Warzone

In this round of bug fixes, most appear to target challenge progression where it didn’t track as intended. As a result, you will now be able to successfully complete various prestige challenges, operator missions, and more that previously had issues. In terms of Payload, a problem has been addressed that allowed AFK players to remain in the match. Also, an issue causing contracts to spawn out of bounds in this mode, and contracts not rewarding players in regular battle royale, has been fixed.

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If you’re thinking of getting stuck in after this Warzone Season Five patch, it’s worth checking out the new RAAL MG light machine gun. Here’s how to unlock the latest Modern Warfare weapon for Warzone, and the attachments we think work best for it. For everything else on Warzone, from general tips to specific weapon guides, check out our guides and features hub.

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