The latest Call of Duty: Warzone update reintroduces helicopters and adds a new Battle Royale playlist called Stimulus Solos.
A Warzone update released on May 5 disabled helicopters, which were reportedly being used to abuse out of bounds glitches.
A Modern Warfare and Warzone patch released on May 7 also included a fix designed to help tackle vehicle exploits, among other features.
May 8’s playlist update for Modern Warfare and Warzone also replaces Battle Royale Solos with Stimulus Solos.
“When a player dies, they will parachute back into the fight if they have enough cash on them,” reads the Stimulus Solos description. “The Gulag is disabled.”
Modern Warfare and Warzone playlist update
- Replacing BR Solos with BR Stimulus Solos
- Height & radius at which parachuting enemy players are called out have been reduced (BR)
- Adding helicopters back
- Shipment 24/7 becomes Shipment 10v10
- Adding 3v3 Gunfight Knives Only
Update, May 10: Activision claims to have resolved a Modern Warfare and Warzone bug which was making Battle Passes appear inactive.
Original story continues: 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”.