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The day that Call of Duty: Warzone fans have been waiting for is finally here. Infinity Ward applied a new patch to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone earlier today and in it was a fix for the demon-gun glitch. The infamous bug has been ravaging matches of the battle royale since the Season 5 update a couple of weeks ago. Of course, the gas mask glitch, among others, is still a current issue but at least one problem is solved. Let’s take a look at the patch notes for the most recent update.
Modern Warfare and Warzone patch notes
Perhaps the biggest takeaway from this update, besides the glitch being patched, is the download size. Specifically, the download size for Xbox One users. For PlayStation 4 and PC users, the download was only around 1 GB. However, Xbox users have to suffer through a 66 GB patch. Infinity Ward stated this is a bug on Microsoft’s end and should be resolved in the future. Here’s what the developers had to say:
Due to an unforeseen bug with the Microsoft patch delivery process, this download requires Xbox users to redownload files they already have, but it does NOT impact the overall install size. We’re working closely with Microsoft to ensure future updates are smaller in size.
Hopefully, that will soon be resolved. In terms of patch notes for Modern Warfare and Warzone, there were some general bug fixes and maps being pulled from certain game modes. The general fixes are as follows:
- Fix for weapon models (sights and weapons picked up) corrupting on screen
- Fix for an error that could occur when selecting “Play Again” option in Warzone
- Fixed a bug where players could use the rope ascender through a closed door in Downtown
- Fixed an issue where the world model of the Common AUG was appearing invisible in Warzone
The “Fix for weapon models” is the demon-gun glitch in the patch notes. As of the update, there have been no reports of the bug popping up, so let’s hope it’s gone for good.
That’s it for this update! Make sure to stay tuned to Daily Esports for all Call of Duty news.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.