The newest glitch out of Warzone is keeping players from completing their bounty contracts.
It's been over a year since Call of Duty: Warzone went live and players are still uncovering a new near game-breaking bug every week. Despite its popularity, the game is still known for its prolific amount of issues including hackers and cheaters, a lack of security software, and bugs like the one being talked about here.
Here's what's affecting players trying to turn in their bounties.
Warzone Bounty Contracts Glitch
The glitch was first brought to light by popular Warzone Twitch streamer, its_iron. During the closing hours of a stream on Friday, June 25, its_iron and his team picked up a bounty contract—one of the more common aspects of playing Warzone. Unfortunately for them, things would not be playing out as usual.
After eliminating the targets on the bounty, the team realized that—somehow—the contract was still active. Worse yet: their target had been sent to the Gulag. So, they did manage to down the other player, but Warzone didn't flag the bounty as complete.
"Our bounty is in the Gulag," its_iron said as he brought up his map to double check, "Glad this game is bug free."
When one of his teammates asked if they eliminated their target at all, its_iron confirmed they did as the player in question was ultimately sent to the Gulag. Unfortunately, this meant that the contract had bugged out.
Raven Software has yet to acknowledge this bug or issue a fix for players. It's unclear whether the bounty system is bugged or if it's just specific contracts every so often. Hopefully, with its_iron's popularity on Twitch, it won't be long before the developers take the glitch under their wing.