This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Entertainment Feed
It sounds like a new Call of Duty Warzone update is coming this week to help fix the Hunt for Adler event.
As of right now, gamers can complete a series of new intel challenges in a bid to unlock new cosmetic items.
The Hunt for Adler is a limited-time Seasonal Event where you can either complete challenges in Black Ops Cold War or Warzone to unlock a brand-new Legendary Operator Skin for Adler.
This will include “rescuing him from Stitch’s clutches, with a total of six challenges to complete.
However, you must also complete a set of three within Warzone or Black Ops Cold War to unlock Adler’s exclusive Operator Skin.
The problem is that some gamers are having a hard time completing these challenges because of ongoing issues.
This includes intel challenges not tracking correctly when progress has been made.
The good news is that Raven Software has confirmed that they are aware of the problem and hoping to fix it very soon.
The message from the development team reads: “We’re investigating several issues related to this event.
“Players are noticing that, in some cases, Challenge completion is not tracking. Players are also finding that Intel is spawning outside of the playable map area.”
The Hunt for Adler Challenges that can be tracked in Warzone includes the following:
- In Warzone, complete the Intel contract at Summit. – “Rebel Rivas” Sticker.
- In Warzone, complete the Intel contract at Factory. – “Close Call” Weapon Charm.
- In Warzone, complete the Intel contract at Farms. – “MISSING” Calling Card.
A message from Activision explains: “These three Intel Contracts are key to pinpointing Adler’s whereabouts with Verdansk as the three Supply Boxes it marks contains part of his exact coordinates.
“In the Summit, Factory, and Farms locations – all of which contain new Points of Interest – there will be a new Contract type that has a different icon than all others. Unlike normal Contracts, these specifically respawn after a short period of time, allowing multiple squads to complete them.
“After picking up an Intel Contract, it functions similar to a Scavenger Contract. You will have to open one marked Supply Box after another, ultimately landing on the third and final one which rewards Cash and in-game items, in addition to the permanent reward and XP.
“Note: you can only earn the Sticker, Charm, or Calling Card once, but if you want Cash, items for your loadout, and XP, you can complete these Contracts as many times as you wish.”
Activision has warned that the Circle Collapse may lie during Battle Royale modes and planning your Intel gathering accordingly. Because these Contracts respawn, it may be a good idea to wait for one squad to complete it right off the infiltration, as there could be several squads all dropping in directly to be the first to finish one.
However, you may want to watch out for squads that want to “stick around” to pick off those wanting to gather Intel. Be on guard whenever travelling into these three named areas, especially near those Intel Contract drops, and don’t be surprised if one squad decides to keep gathering all this Intel for themselves.
Expect more news on when this new Warzone fix is dropping in the coming days, with Tuesdays the usual date for patches for drop.