Among other features, the studio says the latest update includes a fix designed to help tackle vehicle exploits.
It’s unclear which exploits the patch targets, but a Warzone update released on Tuesday disabled helicopters, which were reportedly being used to abuse out of bounds glitches.
Update, May 8: The latest Warzone update reintroduces helicopters and adds a new Battle Royale playlist called Stimulus Solos, while Modern Warfare gets Shipment 10v10 and 3v3 Gunfight Knives Only.
Modern Warfare and Warzone patch May 7
- Tuning all smoke challenges to be a bit more forgiving. This includes the challenge to unlock the Bruen MK9
- Fix to help prevent vehicle exploits
- Various exploit fixes, including Ground War Infected
- GameBattles: Fix for a few issues where players might not be able to join a new match
- Reduced fire delay on the Lightweight and Match Grade trigger attachments on all .357 calibers
- .357 Snake Shot damage rebalance
- Fixed a bug where the damage on the .357 Snake Shot was too high at longer distances
While it continues to work on fixes for several issues, including an XP bug which results in Battle Passes appearing inactive, as well as connectivity and voice chat problems, Infinity Ward has activated double XP in Modern Warfare and Warzone until Friday.
Activision announced on Tuesday that Call of Duty: Warzone has attracted over 60 million players since releasing on March 10, while 2019’s Modern Warfare has sold more copies and has more players “than any prior Call of Duty title at this point after its release”.
The publisher also said the next premium Call of Duty game, which is expected to be a Black Ops title from Treyarch, “already looks great and remains on track for release later this year”.