Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 and DMZ first patch brings bug fixes galore

By Tom West,

Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 launched on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One last week, giving us a fresh battle royale experience to play in. Today's update introduces a few gameplay tweaks and bug fixes.

Raven Software has published the patch notes for today's update, which sees a few gameplay tweaks and a host of bug fixes introduced to Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II's DMZ mode.

Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 patch adjusts the damage output of armour-piercing rounds

While this patch mostly targets some of the bugs found in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 and the main game's DMZ mode, there are a few gameplay adjustments as well. In both modes, navigating camos now allows the controller bumper buttons to jump between categories, and a toggle option gives you control over which camos you want to show or hide. The Jailer's entry into the Gulag now offers a louder audio notification, and armour-piercing ammo has had its damage multiplier removed from armoured opponents.

On the Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 side, the Buy Station no longer stocks the Counter UAV and Tactical Camera. The Contract activation phone has also received a visual upgrade. They're only the main adjustments, though, and there are a host of bug fixes included in the patch, so we suggest you check out the patch notes on Raven Software's website.

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Tom West
Written by Tom West
Tom has been playing video games since he was old enough to hold a controller, experimenting with systems like the Nintendo 64 and Playstation until he eventually fell in love with the Xbox 360. With a passion for the platform, he decided to make a career out of it, and now happily spends his days writing about that which he loves. If he’s not achievement hunting, you’ll likely find him somewhere in The Elder Scrolls Online.