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CoD Warzone Update Allows The Purchase of Loadout Drops Since The Get-go

February 3 Patch Notes Live

Call of Duty Warzone’s Battle Royale has been quite aggravating for the fans recently, due to the fact that Loadouts couldn’t be purchased before the first zone closes. Well, that would no longer be an issue, since the developer has decided to change that with the most recent update.

Over on Twitter, the developer Raven Software has announced that a new update has gone live, allowing the purchase of Loadout Drops. Starting now, you can buy Loadouts whenever you want, including at the start of the match, that is, of course, if you have money to indulge the buy station.

Call of Duty February 3 Patch Notes

*The Playlist for the week of February 10th will last until February 13th due to the upcoming Season 2 launch.

For regular updates about the Playlist and other Scheduled Events, check out the dedicated Warzone Trello Board.

PLAYLIST

  • *The Playlist for the week of February 10th will last until February 13th due to the upcoming Season 2 launch.
  • For regular updates about the Playlist and other Scheduled Events, check out the dedicated Warzone Trello Board.

GAMEPLAY

  • Loadout Drops are now available for purchase via Buy Stations at any time during a game.
    • This only applies to Battle Royale. Vanguard Royale rulesets differ.

BUG FIXES

  • Fixed collision issues with various elements across Caldera allowing Players to exploit/peek/shoot through them.
  • Fixed an issue causing Players to freeze on the Tier Skip redemption screen.

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