Call of Duty Warzone update fixes PC crashes, audio issues still persists
Call of Duty Modern Warfare & Warzone is getting a new update today. The latest update to the game is bringing in a range of new content for players. Modern Warfare players will get a new map & operator Talon.
Warzone players will get the above-mentioned operator Talon & four new weapons. Along with this, players will also get NVG Infected Multiplayer Mode – Infected in the Dark. Survivors have a thermal sight and limited NVG battery, but the Infected can see in Dark.
Each major update of the Call of Duty game is usually accompanied with bug fixes. Similarly, patch 1.18 has fixed a range of issues for both Modern Warfare & Warzone players. But since the release, Modern Warfare owners (with Warzone) & standalone Warzone players were having crashing & dev errors on PC.
At many occasions, Call of Duty Warzone players took the route of forums to express their concerns regarding crashes. But Infinity Ward did not address those crashes. Well, there is good news, with the latest update, developers have addressed this issue.
PC section of the update, says that several fixes have been done to prevent crashes and improve stability. Well, developers seem to have fixed this issue, but only the coming weeks will tell, whether the problem has been fixed or not. You can check the screenshot from the patch notes down below.
Apart from this, many users are also experiencing inconsistent audio issues, since the release of the game. Infinity Ward has not addressed the audio issues in this patch update. But we certainly hope, developers will also look into this matter soon & will resolve it.
For a quick refresher, Call of Duty Warzone was released on March 10, 2020. It is a free-to-play battle royale game which is available on all three platforms, including PS4, Xbox One & PC, developed by Infinity Ward & published by Activision.
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