Minor Warzone 2.0 update increases the spawn of Armor Plates on Ashika Island
The loot tables have had to be changed, as Raven Software decided to change the spawn rate of the Armor Plates in Warzone 2.0. Shortly after the deployment of the new season and the Resurgence Game Mode, armor plates have seemingly gone extinct, as their only acquisition was deemed viable through the in-game shop.
As per the official announcement on Twitter, a minor #Warzone2 update has gone live to increase the number of Armor Plates found via ground loot across Ashika Island. Furthermore, this update should also include the Killcam fix, which sometimes didn’t appear after an elimination.
The announcement for these two changes has been escorted by Raven Software and Infinity Ward on Twitter, followed by a direction to their official Trello Page. The Trello pages include the following issue as resolved:
- Fixed an issue some Players experienced with the Killcam functioning properly.
📢 A minor #Warzone2 update has gone live to increase the number of Armor Plates found via ground loot across Ashika Island. 🛡️
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) February 22, 2023
🚩 We've just released a small update that addresses issues some Players experienced with the Killcam functioning properly.https://t.co/CaEbTbF4wc
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) February 22, 2023