Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone’s latest patch has fixed the issue of weapon models corrupting on screen.
This issue started happening earlier this week and would occasionally turn players’ guns into terrifying black cubes that made it very difficult to see and play a proper match.
The download size for the PS4 is only 1.2 GB, and PC owners will only have to download either a 0.88 GB (F2P Only) or 1.83 GB (Full Game) file, but Xbox One players will have to download a much bigger, 66.3 GB file due to an “unforeseen bug with the Microsoft patch delivery process.”
Due to this bug, Xbox users will need to re-download certain files they already have installed, but it’s important to note that this will “NOT impact the overall install size.” Infinity Ward also promises it is working closely with Microsoft to ensure future updates are smaller in size.
If you are running out of hard drive space, there is an option to delete content you no longer wish to use in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and Activision has posted a helpful guide on how to do that.
This issue arising was not great timing, as Call of Duty 2020 is currently being teased in Warzone with certain glitches and messages popping up on screen, although these pop-ups are intentional.
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Yesterday, the Call of Duty 2020 teaser site updated with Cold War references and a code to unlock a secret door in Warzone. This was the first of a few future updates that will lead into the official reveal of the next Call of Duty.
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