Warzone 2 patch notes – Season 1, weapon balancing, and more

It's time to read up on the latest Warzone 2 patch notes; below, you'll find what we know about the Season 1 update and the latest weapon balancing changes

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Battle royale players, it’s time to check out the latest Warzone 2 patch notes from Infinity Ward and Raven Software – who seem to be in charge of support for the new free-to-play Call of Duty experience. Below, you’re going to find everything you need to know about the update and all the weapon balancing changes coming to this and the multiplayer experience.

Once you’ve worked out what the best Warzone 2 sniper rifle and best Warzone 2 assault rifle are, you should check out the best Warzone 2 settings for battle royale and DMZ. Then, you absolutely need to check out the patch notes below. This could very well force us to make some early changes to our best Warzone 2 guns list.

Warzone 2 patch notes – November 22, 2022

Alright, let’s get stuck into all the highlights from the latest Warzone 2 patch notes for Season 1 from Raven Software.

General

  • Improvements made to help better navigate Camos: Added controller bumper navigation to jump between categories, Added a toggle option to show/hide locked Camos
  • Increased audio notification for when The Jailer enters the Gulag

Attachments

  • Armor Piercing Ammunition: Removed damage multiplier against armored opponents

Gameplay

  • Buy Station inventory has been slightly adjusted: Removed Counter UAV, Removed Tactical Camera
  • Visual upgrade to Contract activation phone in Battle Royale.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed collision issues with various elements across the game that allowed players to exploit/peek/shoot through them.
  • Fixed an issue with audio occlusion and directional audio.
    Audio occlusion/directional audio has returned to normal levels after an issue with Season 01 launch.
  • Fixed an issue causing some unlocks in the Gunsmith to not track Weapon progression.
  • Fixed an issue causing Overkill to allow players to equip the same Weapon as both a Primary and a Secondary.
  • Fixed an issue that was preventing the correct number of Battle Pass Tokens from appearing on the Battle Pass Menu.
  • Fixed an issue causing the Season Countdown Timer on the Battle Pass Menu to not indicate the correct amount of time remaining.
  • Fixed various incorrect texts in the in-game interface.
  • Fixed various issues resulting in incorrect controller input while navigating menus.
  • Fixed an issue that caused players looking down to appear erratic to others.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented some players from launching the game due to GPU compatibility.
  • Fixed an issue that was causing Focused Mode to crash the client while the Display Mode was set to Windowed.
  • Fixed an issue on PlayStation that caused the PlayStation Store icon to remain stuck on screen after experiencing a network error.
  • Fixed an issue causing progression for the “Dragon in Downtown” Calling Card to not track.
  • Fixed an issue causing the incorrect Operator icon to appear while navigating to select a custom skin for Kleo.
  • Fixed an issue causing players to get kicked back to the main menu when navigating to select the PDSW 528 Armory while customizing a Loadout.
  • Fixed an issue causing an incorrect progression requirement to appear in the Prestige menu.
  • Fixed various audio related issues causing players to hear notifications at times when they should not.
  • Fixed an issue causing Platinum Camo unlock requirements to display incorrectly after having unlocked it.
  • Fixed various issues causing the camera to shake while spectating another player.
  • Fixed an issue causing Operator model hands to appear invisible while ledge hanging.
  • Fixed an issue causing the incorrect Weapon to appear in the player Showcase.
  • Fixed an issue preventing some Players from hearing others via Proximity Chat.
  • Fixed an issue preventing Stickers earned via DMZ Extractions from appearing on Weapons.
  • Fixed an issue on PlayStation that caused Players to not see Sony profile usernames.
  • Fixed an issue causing parachute deployment to crash the game.
  • Fixed an issue causing Players to lose all control of mouse movement if interacting with a container with Mixed Backpack behavior.

Battle Royale Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue that caused Players eliminated in the Gulag to either spectate the enemy team or spectate from underneath the playable area.
  • Fixed an issue that caused Players eliminated in the Gulag to not appear in the Buy Station for squad members to buy back.
  • Fixed an issue causing Players to skip the downed state and immediately perish despite having an assimilated squad member still alive.
  • Fixed an issue preventing Players from jumping out of the plane during Infil.
  • Fixed an issue causing the After Action Report from appearing correctly after a match.

DMZ Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue that was causing Players to get kicked out of the Backpack interface if looting an eliminated Player opponent that disconnected during the interaction.
  • Fixed an issue preventing Players from equipping Lethal and Tactical equipment.
  • Fixed an issue that caused Players to encounter the “Failed to Connect to Datacenters” error while extracting.
  • Fixed an issue that caused lobby-wide microphone input during matchmaking.
  • Fixed an issue allowing Players to keep Armor Plate Carrier upgrades between matches despite having been eliminated.
  • Fixed an issue causing Players to lose their Backpack upgrade when extracting after having been revived.
  • Fixed an issue causing Players to incorrectly extract their insured Weapon as a contraband Weapon.

Well, we know that’s a lot to look at but those are the highlights when it comes to the latest set of Warzone 2 patch notes. You can find the full patch notes from Infinity Ward right here, though, if you want a full look at every single thing changing.