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Warzone February 5 Patch Notes: 3 Biggest Takeaways

The latest Call of Duty: Warzone Patch Notes are out now.
The latest Call of Duty: Warzone Patch Notes are out now. / Photo by Activision Blizzard/Infinity Ward.

The Feb. 5 patch notes released on Friday for Call of Duty: Warzone and there are a few things of note to take away from this. So without further ado, here are the three biggest takeaways from the latest Warzone update.

Warzone February 5 Patch Notes: 3 Biggest Takeaways

The first, and arguably the biggest point of contention from the COD community, has to do with Raven's ongoing attempts to resolve the infinite stim glitch in Warzone. Now, according to the latest patch notes, Raven has managed to do away with it for the time being. But we will wait to see how effective this fix will be.

Another point of interest from the recent patch notes pertains specifically for the Black Ops Cold War weapons. Recently, a number of players had been noting that their weapons were either not reloading as normally as they should have been or the reload would supposedly finish but then the ammo would be in the clip. Thankfully it seems that Raven has managed to deal with this rather trivial inconvenience.

Lastly, it would appear that Raven has dealt with an issue many P.C players were having wherein the game would crash as soon as it was launched due to the Windows GDI32 which should prove to be a relief for those of you who were being denied entry into the game.

And there you have it, our recap on the three biggest takeaways from the latest Call of Duty: Warzone patch. Let's hope that the stim glitch will be gone for good this time.