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Warzone April 6th Update Patch Notes: More Changes in Season 2 Reloaded

Call of Duty: Warzone’s April 6th Season 2 Reloaded patch notes cover some bug fixes for the shooter. Here’s everything included in the update.

Fixing some of the bugs that have been plaguing the Warzone player base lately.

The April 6 patch is a server-side update, meaning players will automatically receive the new fixes implemented by Raven Software without downloading anything.

Now that the patch is live, let’s take a look at everything included in Raven Software’s latest update.

Training mode in Warzone
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The April 6 patch fixed a bug in training mode.

Warzone patch notes from April 6th

While the update is smaller than that April 1st Patch that players have received gives the community a cure for the pesky bug that kicked players out of the operator selection menu that relegated players back to the original game menu.

Here’s everything found in the latest patch – courtesy of Raven software.

  • Fixed an issue with the description text for several perks.
  • Fixed an issue in the operator selection menu that was throwing players back into the game menu.
  • Fixed various descriptive texts and labels on shop packs.
  • Fixed an issue that caused new players to encounter dev error 6036 when entering training mode.

When the patch addressed some of the community’s issues, there were murmurs of disapproval from some who felt the patch didn’t fix the significant bugs that were rampant throughout the game.

One bug fans were hoping would be fixed was broken crosshair snipers, where in some cases the crosshair would disappear entirely.

Warzone will continue to evolve as the season progresses, and as more and more bugs keep ruining the game, we’re sure that the developers will fix these issues sooner or later.

https://www.dexerto.com/call-of-duty/warzone-april-6-update-patch-notes-more-season-2-reloaded-changes-1799432/ Warzone April 6th Update Patch Notes: More Changes in Season 2 Reloaded

Emma Bowman

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