Raven Software has said an upcoming Call of Duty Warzone update will target more out-of-bounds exploits players are using to gain an unfair advantage.
Following Verdansk’s 1984 revamp as part of Warzone Season 3, players have identified various spots on the battle royale game’s map that can be used to access normally inaccessible, out of map locations.
A Warzone update released last week “fixed several map locations in Verdansk that allowed players to reach out-of-bounds areas”.
And Raven tweeted on Monday to say it is “continuing to sweep Verdansk for exploits”, adding: “We’re aware of several spots that will be addressed in an upcoming patch.”
Raven is also currently investigating an issue preventing some PC players from launching Warzone, which it said may be related to anti-virus software.
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