This issue has been resolved. Thank you again for your continued patience while we worked on a solution. https://t.co/dHTAbdQ9SV
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) March 9, 2020
“We’re currently tracking an issue where XP is not being awarded after matches,” it tweeted on Sunday. “Our teams are investigating and we’ll provide another update when we have more information. Thank you for your patience.”
It tweeted the following update a couple of hours later: “We’re still investigating and working on a fix for this issue. We’ll keep you updated and thank you again for your patience.”
Update: Infinity Ward said on Monday: “We’re continuing our efforts to fix this issue this morning and want to thank you all again for your patience while we do so. We’ll provide another update once the issue has been resolved.”
Update 2: The issue has now been resolved:
The first full Call of Duty: Warzone gameplay video has just been published, revealing new details from the publisher’s recent behind closed doors influencer day.
Warzone will allow cross-platform play and, as first reported by VGC, the Call of Duty battle royale release date is Tuesday, March 10.
When its release date arrives, Warzone will instantly unlock for all owners of Modern Warfare via a currently greyed-out menu item, VGC sources have indicated.
The battle royale mode will also be released as a standalone game for free, with the option for players to purchase an ‘upgrade’ to the full version of Modern Warfare.