Warzone Pacific update fixes bugs and boosts Katana

The last two Call of Duty The game needs some work. Both Vanguard and Warzone Pacific have seen their fair share of stability issues, bugs, and more. Activision offered recently statement Promising fixes. The changes have now started with Raven Software roll out a patch. Latest Warzone Pacific Update mainly focuses on some bugs that need to be fixed. In addition, the Katana, of all weapons, is buffed.

Throughout the battle royale’s life, players have found ways to get under the map and inside the walls. Thankfully, developers continue to fix these issues on Caldera. Another important fix has been rolled out regarding Big Game Bounty contracts. You’ll now earn enhanced UAV and UAV rewards while you’re in a vehicle or anti-aircraft gun. Stability issues have been resolved, including menu flickering when joining friends, as well as private lobby servers crashing. The bug that was eventually fixed was an animation reloading issue, allowing some weapons to fire continuously.

The Warzone Pacific the update saw a buffed melee weapon. The Vanguard Katana has a massive damage increase from 135 to 150. Additionally, standing attack range is increased by 36.5% and shrinking rate is increased by 17%. Finally, movement speed when using Katana is only reduced by 2%. Given the amount of damage a weapon can deal, it will have a devastating effect on your opponents.

Than Warzone Pacific Fixes to be expected

This update is just the beginning of improving the status Pacific War Zone. At last, Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone Pacific Season two has been postponed beneficial to centralize deployment of more fixes. Therefore, we should expect further patches to be rolled out in the near future. Season two is slated to premiere on February 14.

Warzone Pacific Fixes

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