A new Call of Duty Warzone update has been announced today by developers Infinity Ward. While Modern Warfare gamers may already know about the earlier Modern Warfare 1.21 patch, bringing with it access to the Bunkers, new Gulag weapons and a fresh MW map. But with this new Call of Duty update came issues with Warzone and players being unable to start matches in Warzone Trios.
COD gamers were left unable to complete matchmaking, although Solos and Quads remained largely unaffected.
The good news is that a new Warzone patch has been released which looks to have fixed the problem.
This includes problems in Warzone and Modern Warfare multiplayer modes on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
A message from Infinity Ward explains: “A playlist update is going out now that addresses matches not starting in BR Trios, fixes a bug in Reinfected Ground War, and fixes an issue for incorrect scores while playing Grind and KC in the ‘Clean Up on Aisle 9’ playlist.”
Earlier changes to Call of Duty Warzone can be found below:
Hardhat, a Multiplayer map at the scene of construction site, is now available in its own 24/7 playlist. This map, first seen in Modern Warfare® 3, is a haven for close quarters, fast-paced, and frenetic combat, but also features some longer sightlines, so a variety of loadout types can find success. Re-experience Hardhat or jump in for the first time to learn the ins and outs of the map, and hopefully achieve victory in your next match.
MODERN WARFARE PLAYLIST CHANGES
Aisle 9, the latest Gunfight map, is available in its own unique playlist – ‘Clean Up on Aisle 9’. The 3v3 playlist will host TDM, Kill Confirmed, Grind, and Domination, so players can discover multiple ways to fight on this small map. Aisle 9 will also be playable in the Gunfight map rotation, so stock up for a fight.
WARZONE PLAYLIST CHANGES
Blood Money Quads drops back into Verdansk, so players can expand their trio. Find your fourth and get to collecting Cash, completing Contracts, and of course eliminating opponents to end up on top in Blood Money.