Raven Software confirmed a new season 2 update regarding Call of Duty: Warzone. Patch 1.33 will improve the performance while also fixing some other serious issues.
The Battle Royale game arrived around a year ago for PC and other consoles.
Since its release in March 2020, Call of Duty: Warzone has kept the players hooked due to intensive gameplay.
When season 2 arrived, it brought a significant change. And it was the addition of a new location to Verdansk Map. Later on, the anticipated ship filled with many Zombies also made its way. There were new weapons, bunkers, and several other crucial modifications as well.
Now coming back to the latest update, 1.33, there are only a few things to look forward to.
Because there’s not much to watch out for in the new patch, however, there is a fix for the issue of Reactive Blueprints. Even in Raven Software’s tweet, there was not much other than this one thing to notice at the time of writing.
But there are indeed a lot of other things that will be revealed soon, hopefully. And after updating, Call of Duty: Warzone players can find it out themselves as well.
Gamers are brilliant these days.
Apart from giving out a good option for online players, Activision is currently preparing for its next entry into the iconic franchise.
2020’s Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War was a massive release and is still going strong in sales. Campaign players are enjoying it. But there other loyal fans waiting for the next extensive installment.
The good thing is that the publisher recently revealed that they would come out with a bang later this year. Early reports even claimed that Sledgehammer Games would develop the upcoming COD title.
Although no official confirmation came on this, those who leaked this information seemed highly confident.
But one thing is certain that whenever the next game arrives, it will kill the competition. The reason for that is the craze among die-hard series followers who always want to grab the copies first.
It looks like the upcoming entry will also do great in terms of worldwide sales, just like its 2020 predecessor Black Ops Cold War.
Coming back to Call of Duty: Warzone, again, then it’s available for PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
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