Warzone bug fixes and weapon tuning
While particulars of the long-awaited Warzone tuning is still unknown, developer Infinity Ward has confirmed this will arrive in the next patch, alongside some issues, including a bug which occurs when opening the armoury.
On Twitter, Infinity Ward's Senior Communications Manager, Ashton Williams, confirmed Warzone bug fixes and weapon tuning patches are in the works.
We've got two patches in the works that'll fix a few bugs: One has weapon tuning, a fix for an exploit, a fix for an error that occurs when opening the armory, and a few other issues.— Ashton Williams (@ashtonisVULCAN) August 11, 2020
Ashton Williams continued by revealing minor details on the second Warzone patch, which should fix the "demon gun" glitch due to graphical corruption issues: "The second one fixes the graphical corruption issue with weapons, the 'Play Again' option not working, and more.
"I don't have an ETA just yet, but we'll share more details when we're all set."
While we don't know exactly which weapons will get balanced in the Warzone weapon tuning patch, Ashton Williams did provide a hint. When asked about the timing of the next Warzone patch (due to the Call of Duty World Championships kicking off soon) from a concerned fan, Ashton explained the patch will tune weapons "they don't use".
This points towards Infinity Ward buffing weapons, instead of nerfing popular ones with the Warzone weapon tuning update.