A new update has been deployed for Warzone Pacific Season One. Below, we've detailed the full patch notes that went live on Jan. 26.
While Warzone's mid-season update hasn't been live for long, Raven Software have been quick to roll-out some extra updates to tackle some of the bugs still prevalent in the game. Bug fixes are always a welcome addition when it comes to Warzone and, while this update doesn't contain any major new content, players will no doubt welcome the extra stability.
We've listed out the full list of updates and bug fixes that have been added to Warzone Pacific in this latest patch.
Warzone Pacific Season One Jan. 26 Update: Full Patch Notes Detailed
- Fixed collision issues with various elements across Caldera allowing Players to exploit/peek/shoot through them.
- Fixed an issue causing instability when pressing the Xbox home button twice while in-game.
- Fixed an issue causing instability when typing non-ASCII characters (eg: ©, ®, ™, ∅).
- Fixed an additional issue causing the menu screen to flicker.
- Fixed an issue allowing Players to respawn via buy back with part of their original Loadout.
- Fixed an issue causing additional placeholder images to appear in various Store Bundle previews and/or purchases.
- Fixed an issue causing live matches to crash.
- Fixed an issue causing Players to fall into a bottomless pit of despair when attempting to take a dip in the pool.
- Fixed an issue causing the second Loadout Public Event to not occur in core Battle Royale modes.
This latest patch might not be addressing all of the bugs and glitches players have experienced over the last few weeks, however Raven Software have stated that they're still investigating some of the problems.
One issue that has been plaguing players for some time now is the game freezing after players activate the Buy Station. Raven Software have said that "major improvements have been made to reduce the frequency at which Players freeze while accessing the Buy Station."
Sadly, the problem hasn't been fully eradicated, but Raven Software have assured players that they're on the case. "Please note that we are still seeing instances of this issue. Thank you for your patience while we continue our investigation."