Video Game Updates & Patch Notes

CoD MW2 and Warzone May 1st Update Notes

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone continue to receive updates and improvements, with the latest one released on May 1st. This update brings many bug fixes, enhancements, and new features to enhance the gaming experience for players. In this article, we’ll dive into the details of the changes brought by this update.

CoD MW2 and Warzone May 1st Patch Notes


  • Added Tracer preview to Bundles


  • Fixed an issue where the reactive weapon menu text would appear on weapons that are not reactive
  • Fixed an issue with Attachment tuning where adjusting one axis and not the other, then saving the weapon as a Custom Blueprint resets tuning
  • Fixed an issue in Gunsmith where all weapons would show a maxed out progress bar on the first level in the Receiver tab
  • Fixed an issue where the “What’s Hot” menu category was not functioning correctly for some Xbox Players
  • Fixed an issue where Prestige icons were displaying incorrectly in the Multiplayer Scoreboard
  • Atomgrad Raid Episode 01: Fixed an issue where Players could not equip the oxygen mask between teammates while submerged


  • Addressed an issue where the Scoreboard could not be opened or would cause flickering for some Players in Multiplayer matches




  • Addressed a number of known crashes in Plunder
  • Addressed an issue where nameplates were appearing for some Players


  • Fixed an issue where a Player’s free Contraband weapons would sometimes not equip
  • Fixed an issue with the Revive Pistol persisting between some matches as a Field Upgrade despite a Player failing to exfil
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