Video Game Updates & Patch Notes

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone Patch Notes for October 4

Players of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 and its battle royale counterpart, Warzone, have reason to be excited for the latest game patch scheduled for October 4. This update focuses primarily on fixing several long-standing issues and making changes to game rules to enhance overall gameplay.

The development team has been hard at work, addressing multiple issues that have plagued the game. Below you can find the patch notes.

Call of Duty OCTOBER 4 Patch Notes



  • Fixed an issue where the Player can be kicked back to the main menu when attempting to access the “Manage Files” section in the Settings menu
  • Fixed an issue where a significant hitch could occur when transitioning to some menus from COD HQ
  • Fixed an issue where the Battle Pass After Action Report wouldn’t play correctly if the Player had Auto Redeem turned on
  • Fixed an issue where the ISO 9 Mastery Completeionist Charm displayed an incorrect Charm
  • Fixed an issue where the Player could be kicked back to the main menu when viewing Tracer Pack: Witchcraft
  • Fixed an issue where the Dual Kamas model is missing in the preview for the Red Haunt Blueprint
  • Fixed an issue where locked camos could be added to weapons before they were earned
  • Fixed an issue where the TR-76 Geist Mastery Completionist Charm would incorrectly show the FR Avancer instead



  • Fixed an issue where the mission ‘Thinning the Herd’ could not be completed as intended due to Konni Group no longer spawning on Al Mazrah in DMZ
  • Fixed an issue where some melee weapons could clip through the Operator’s wrist when transitioning into a DMZ match
  • Fixed an issue where Skin Indicator tiles for several Operators could display inconsistently


  • Field Upgrades
    • Redeploy Flares have been removed.
      • Team Insight: Redeploy Flares often created situations with a general lack of competitive counter strategies, especially in the final moments of a Ranked Play Battle Royale match.
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