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Loadout Drop Changes Reverted in New Call of Duty: Warzone Update

In anticipation of Season Two’s launch, the Call of Duty team is reverting the Loadout Drop timing in Warzone.

Updated: Feb 4, 2022 2:56 pm
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In anticipation of Season Two’s launch, the Call of Duty team is reverting the Loadout Drop timing in Warzone. Following community feedback during Season One, Raven Software is reverting the standard Battle Royale Loadout Drop timing. As part of today’s minor update, Operators should expect to see Loadout Drops available to purchase in Buy Stations at any time, rather than restricting availability during a match’s opening minutes.

What to Expect From The New Call of Duty: Warzone Update?

This change will not affect Call of Duty: Vanguard Royale and is one of the numerous updates that all studios worked to deploy over the past two weeks and beyond. As we head into Season Two, the devs will further address gameplay optimization, balancing, game stability and bugs. Players can expect more details about these updates in the coming weeks as Season 2 launches.

Call of Duty: Warzone February Update Patch Notes

  • Fixed collision issues with various elements across Caldera allowing Players to exploit/peek/shoot through them.
  • Fixed an issue causing Players to freeze on the Tier Skip redemption screen.
  • Loadout Drops are now available for purchase via Buy Stations at any time during a game.

Fans will be excited to see what Season 2 has in store for players as the Call of Duty devs work on fixing the various bugs and other problems affecting Call of Duty right now. To check out the details of the changes in details, click here to view the official patch notes.

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