In anticipation of Season Two’s launch, the Call of Duty® team is pleased to share a recent gameplay change Raven Software is making in WarzoneTM.
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.
This change will not affect Call of Duty®: Vanguard Royale and is one of numerous updates that all studios worked to deploy over the past two weeks and beyond.
More intel on what changed in Warzone since our January 19 community update – including bug fixes and other quality of life changes – can be found via Raven Software’s patch notes.
Those interested in Vanguard’s updates can view Sledgehammer Games’ Patch Notes here.
Both studios – and all those working on Call of Duty – will continue to listen and act upon community concerns of all levels.
As we head into Season Two, which will further address gameplay optimization, balancing, game stability and bugs, you can expect more details about these updates via the Call of Duty blog, from patch notes directly from Sledgehammer Games and Raven Software, and across Call of Duty social channels.
For real-time information on fixes and details on current and future updates, be sure to follow @CallofDuty, @RavenSoftware, @SHGames, @InfinityWard, and @Treyarch.