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Warzone Season One Reloaded Patch Notes: Read all about the latest changes!

We know Warzone isn't in the best state right now, but you can still get a lot out of Call of Duty's free-to-play Battle Royale experience and the Season One Reloaded mid-season update has just dropped, making some major improvements to the game's state.

Here's the latest on the Patch Notes we're expecting to see and when Raven Software should share them with us.

LATEST - Patch Notes Released

There haven't been too many major changes as part of the latest Season One patch notes but it's always nice to have a read through what's been changed. Here's everything we know about the latest update...

General Fixes

  • Fixed several issues causing instability on the Xbox and PlayStation platforms.
    • More fixes to come.
  • Fixed an issue that was causing crashes on the PlayStation 5.
  • Fixed an issue with the Packed Powder Attachment where it was increasing Locational Multipliers.
  • Fixed an issue with the Double Barrel (VG) where its Akimbo Gun Perk was not properly decreasing Damage.
  • Fixed an issue with the Submachine Gun Alpha (VG) where its VDD 189mm Short Barrel was incorrectly affecting Locational Multipliers.
  • Fixed an issue with the Assault Rifle Charlie (VG) where its SVT-40 PU Scope 3-6x Optic would envelop the screen while firing.
  • Fixed collision issues with various elements across Caldera allowing Players to exploit/peek/shoot through them.
  • Fixed an issue causing Players to return from the Gulag with an incorrect Loadout.
  • Fixed an issue causing Players to get kicked from the Gunsmith screen while accessing Custom Loadouts during a match.
  • Fixed an issue causing incorrect visual assets to appear for certain Store Bundle previews.
  • Fixed an issue causing incorrect description text to appear for certain Operators.
  • Fixed an issue causing placeholder text to appear below cross-platform friends on the Social menu.
  • Fixed an issue causing placeholder text to appear on various Calling Cards.
  • Fixed an issue causing some Store Bundles to appear with the incorrect Rarity label.
  • Fixed an issue preventing the “Get 3 Wins as Francis” Operator Mission from tracking progress.
  • Fixed an issue causing the Caldera Victory Exfil cinematic to end prematurely.
  • Fixed an issue causing the Match Summary button to not work.
  • Fixed an issue causing Tactical Insertion to not appear in the Field Upgrades menu.
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Weapon Changes

Assault Rifle

  • Assault Rifle Alpha (VG)
    • Visual Recoil decreased
  • Assault Rifle Hotel (VG)
    • Recoil decreased
    • Recoil Deviation decreased
  • AS44 (VG)
    • Initial Recoil decreased
    • Recoil Deviation decreased
  • NZ-41 (VG)
    • Recoil Deviation decreased slightly
    • Recoil ramp-up now occurs one bullet later


  • Einhorn Revolving (VG)
    • Hip Spread increased slightly

Submachine Gun

  • Submachine Gun Charlie (VG)
    • Lower Extremities Multipliers decreased to .9, down from 1
    • Max Damage Range decreased to 473, down from 500
    • Mid Damage Range decreased to 612, down from 650

There are also a bunch of changes to how certain attachments work on weapons. The patch comes in at around 5GB across all major platforms.

When does the mid-season update drop?

Vanguard's Season One Reloaded update has arrived and it's chock-full of Zombies content. If you're a Vanguard player, you can find all the information you need about the Patch Notes here.

If you're looking for Warzone's Patch Notes, you'll be pleased to know you haven't missed them just yet. The update itself hasn't arrived yet - however, this isn't out of the ordinary. Raven Software always release their scheduled update a bit later than the main Call of Duty title.

With this in mind, we should see the update arrive at the following times:

  • 21:00 PST - January 12th
  • 00:00 EST - January 13th
  • 05:00 GMT - January 13th

With any luck, some Patch Notes should pop up around the same time. Keep your eyes on Raven Software on social media for more.

What are we expecting?

At the moment, it's hard to say what we're going to get from Warzone's next major update. There are a lot of issues with the game itself, so it's hard to pinpoint balancing problems that need addressing.

Warzone itself needs addressing - the visual bugs and performance issues need addressing long before any more balancing changes. With any luck, Raven Software's QA can reach an agreement with Activision and get back to work helping Warzone return to a playable state.

For now, though, the Season One Reloaded Patch Notes remain a mystery - we'll update you with any changes coming to Warzone when they're mentioned, but keep an eye on RavenSoftware on social media for anything official when it's announced.

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