Since the big season 3 update for Call of Duty: Warzone, players have been rioting on a revised Verdansk map: Verdansk 84 brings new locations and sights to the Battle Royale shooter – and says goodbye to the Modern Warfare setting. The previous Verdansk was reduced to rubble at a nuke event.
With the changes, the developers have brought the setting of the current first-person shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War into focus. Verdansk 84 is not free from errors. Over the weekend, players reported being able to enter areas that are normally not allowed.
In their Trello board and on Twitter the developers of Raven Software announce that they want to fix the exploits with an update. At what point in time the fix will actually be submitted has not yet been determined. However, the patch should be available “soon”.
After the update rollout, it should no longer be possible to use the faulty spots on the new Verdansk in order to leave the intended play area.
In addition, the Trello board shows that there is also a fix for the current Adler event in Warzone. For example, players are currently reporting, among other things, that the completion of the challenges are not counted properly. In addition, some Intel is said to spawn outside of the gaming area.
The developers are currently also looking at the messages from players who report an optical bug in their COD Points: Some credits are said to be displayed incorrectly. This can be remedied, for example, by restarting the game. The makers assure that the COD points have by no means been lost.
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