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A Call of Duty: Warzone update has restored vehicles to the game, following their temporary removal due to the discovery of a game-breaking glitch.
Fans discovered last week that driving a vehicle into a specific out of bounds section of Warzone’s map resulted in a server crash which kicked all players from the game.
Following the discovery, developer Infinity Ward removed all vehicles from Call of Duty Warzone on Saturday. In Tuesday’s playlist update, it confirmed the removal had now been reversed.
“Thank you for your patience,” the developer said in a Twitter update.
Tuesday’s playlist update removes Plunder: Blood Money and King Slayer Trios from Warzone, but adds Plunder Trios.
Call of Duty Warzone Season 6 looks set to add a subway network to the Verdansk map.
A recent Call of Duty League live stream concluded with an overhead view of the map, and fans spotted the addition of at least one new subway station near the stadium.
Multiple subway stations have been present around Verdansk since launch, but their interiors have been locked off. The station shown during the CoD League is currently not present in the live version of the game.
A noted CoD insider on Twitter previously suggested that a network of five subway stations would be added in Season 6 and loop around the centre of the map.