Raven Software has released a fix that makes Call of Duty: Warzone’s Buy Stations more reliable lag, but it hasn’t been fixed yet.
Call of Duty: Warzone There have been many notable technical issues since the launch of the Pacific update. The combination of the new map launch, low morale due to the Activision Blizzard, COVID controversies, and the Raven Software QA devs strike has created a wave of technical issues for the developer. Call of Duty: Warzoneof the developers to fix. One of the most prominent problems, icing associated with BattlefieldHowever, the Buy Station seems to be making progress.
In a message from the present Call of Duty: Warzone developer Raven software, “major improvements” were recently made to the battle royale to alleviate the problems with Purchase Stations. Specifically, Raven says they’re focusing on players’ gameplay freezing when they try to use the Buy Station, as if their PC or console is overloaded when trying to open the Buy Station menu. The exact nature of the problem was not mentioned, nor how it was resolved.
However, one big note was shared as part of the announcement, which is Buying station problem has not been fully fixed yet. Raven admits it’s still seeing it Call of Duty: Warzone players are experiencing freezes when using the Buy Station. It still describes the freezing reduction as significant, but what that means is still unclear. It may be Battlefield players will rarely experience a frozen Buy Station. It can also mean that players will still experience occasional crashes.
Raven still has Buy Station freezing as a studio problem Trello board for Call of Duty: Warzone. It is listed as being investigated, just like it has been since it was added to Trello on January 4. All platforms are still under investigation. There is no timeframe for when Raven will have a complete fix for the Buy Station bug, but apparently, the team is working on it.
There are several other ongoing issues that Raven continues to address listed on its Trello. There is a scheduled fix for the ongoing PlayStation performance issues, as well as a fix for the Reverse Mouse installation on PC. Issues currently under investigation include Xbox performance issuesinvisible skins, broken weapon models, and bizarre artifacts for weapons and Operator models.
Raven definitely has her job. If there is an easy answer to fix Call of Duty: Warzonemany problems, it will be solved now. Unfortunately, many organizational problems have contributed to the situation Battlefield seems to be affecting development. Raven management even refused to admit it QA team’s efforts to unify. The Buy Station problem can be improved, but there is still a lot of work to be done.
Call of Duty: Warzone currently available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
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