Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific Season Two introduced new content into the battle royale. Whether you are playing Caldera or Rebirth Island, there is something for everyone to enjoy. And back in January, Activision released a statement promising to fix their most recent titles. This includes Vanguard, Black Ops Cold War, Modern Warfare 2019 and, of course, Warzone Pacific. Since then, regular patches have rolled out with bug fixes, and the latest Warzone Pacific patch follows suit.
Perhaps the biggest thing to note in the Warzone Pacific patch is the fact that Raven Software repaired an issue tied to the operator selection menu. Previously, when selecting the operator tab, players would get kicked back the the lobby screen. In the past, this bug has been addressed and then made its return more times than you can count. Hopefully, this fix sticks and problems with changing your operator will become a distant memory.
Keeping everything in order in Warzone Pacific
The update also fixed and issue with the description text of multiple perks, which recently received some in-game adjustments. It is important to know precisely how you are tailoring your loadouts in-game. Similarly, text and labels have been fixed on various store bundles. The final bug that was squashed is the bug that caused new players to encounter an error when entering the Training mode.
This patch only made small bug fixes in Warzone Pacific, but it does improve the overall stability of the game. The update is automatically implemented when you log in to Warzone Pacific, and a download is not needed. There is still a long way to go until the game is free from bugs, and it’s likely further updates will continue to come out in the near future. If you want to keep an eye on the bugs and glitches that the developers are working on, visit the Warzone Pacific Trello Board.