Raven Software, the main developer of Call of Duty: Warzone, has been addressing the issues that emerged following the Season 1 Reloaded update. The update, which was intended to introduce new content like maps, events, and modes, unfortunately came with a slew of major bugs. These issues included glitches when players tried to access their loadouts, resulting in stuttery and near-unplayable game conditions. Additionally, players were not receiving notifications for incoming killstreaks like Precision Airstrikes, and there were problems with editing attachments in the Create-A-Class feature.
Acknowledging the severity of these problems, Raven Software decided to temporarily disable the new Champion’s Quest feature, citing that the current state of the update did not meet their standards for quality and gameplay.
We wanted to address the issues that players encountered during the Season 1 Reloaded launch period.
We’ve been laying the groundwork for the return of some fan favorite features in upcoming seasons, which has required a degree of preemptive setup in our live environment.…
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) January 19, 2024
They committed to addressing these issues promptly to ensure a better experience for players. As of the latest reports, many of the major problems have been resolved, and Raven Software has been transparent about the causes of these issues and their efforts to fix them.
The issues with the Season 1 Reloaded update highlight the complexities of modern game development, where updates can sometimes introduce new problems even as they try to add fresh content or fix existing issues.
Fans of Warzone have been vocal about these challenges, expressing their frustrations with the update’s initial state. However, the quick response from Raven Software to rectify these issues demonstrates their commitment to maintaining the game’s quality and playability.