A new Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 patch is now available, covering both Warzone and Modern Warfare 2. It includes fixes for a long list of minor issues, but it finally resolves a visual glitch that has plagued players of the FPS game since the beginning. Last month: Proximity chat bug that causes speaker names to stay on screen and overlap, making them unreadable.
This visual bug has been an issue for at least the last month, appearing on the Call of Duty Warzone Trello page around the end of December. A player’s name was appearing in the chat box when they started talking in proximity chat, but their name persisted on screen even when other players were talking. The result was multiple player names layered on top of each other, making them all unreadable.
Now that has been fixed, along with several other annoying bugs that Warzone players have noted. Infinity Ward also fixed an issue with long-running Challenges not working properly when opponents were using the Last Stand perk – which should be good news for all Camouflage Hunters.
In DMZ, Infinity Ward fixed a duplication exploit and fixed a number of other bugs, and overall there should be fewer crashes in the game client. improvements to Battle Pass map navigation and added a feature to highlight any unspent tokens.
The full patch notes can be found on the official Call of Duty site.
Check out our Warzone 2 map guide to familiarize yourself with all the points of interest in Al Mazrah, and be sure to check out our recommendations for the best Warzone 2 settings for PC to ensure you squeeze as many frames per second. of your equipment as possible.
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