Warzone Devs Have Fixes in the Works for Heartbeat Sensor and Armor Satchel Bugs

Infuriating Heartbeat Sensor and Armor Satchel glitches have fixes on the way, according to Warzone developers.
Infuriating Heartbeat Sensor and Armor Satchel glitches have fixes on the way, according to Warzone developers. / Photo by Activision

Infuriating Heartbeat Sensor and Armor Satchel glitches have fixes on the way, according to Warzone developers.

Call of Duty, both current and upcoming editions, continue to be plagued by glitches and bugs. Players have discovered a glitch in the Alpha for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War that allows players to carry three or more guns. Meanwhile, the Demon Gun Glitch returned to Warzone last week.

Although the status of those two bugs remain in question, Warzone players can at least expect the Heartbeat Sensor and Armor Satchel bugs to be patched shortly.

With the Heartbeat Sensor, many players are experiencing intense lag and freezing when attempting to use one. Considering the Heartbeat Sensor is by far the game's most-popular tactical, this is a severe bug.

Joe Cecot, Co-Design Director of Multiplayer at Infinity Ward, responded to a Twitter user's complaint about the Heartbeat Sensor. He assures players that the bug is being looked into, so hopefully, a fix is coming sooner than later.

Another prominent bug has to do with Armor Satchels. Players are finding fully-loaded Armor Satchels on the ground, including off of dead enemies. Infinity Ward's Modern Warfare Trello page confirms that an Armor Satchel bug fix is coming in a future update.