Warzone 2 Update for March 31 Includes Score Changes & Bug Fixes

Warzone 2 Update for March 31

Infinity Ward has deployed the Call of Duty: Warzone 2 update for March 31, and this is out on all platforms as a server-side patch (no download required). This one includes changes to scoring in Ashika Island, as well as a slew of bug fixes listed in the new Warzone 2 update patch notes.

Warzone 2 Update for March 31 Patch Notes:



  • Stability
    • This update contains fixes for a number of known crashes


Gameplay Adjustments

Ashika Island | Resurgence

  •  Score Events
    • The time removed from the Resurgence Timer by the following Score Events has been adjusted as follows:
      • Armor Break
        • 1 second, down from 2
      • Enemy Downed
        • 4 seconds, down from 5
      • Enemy Eliminated
        • 4 seconds, down from 5
      • Headshot
        • 1 second, down from 2


  • Fixed an issue with Tuning that allowed Sprint to Fire Speeds to be increased beyond intended levels
    • This fix also considerably decreases the negative impact of tuning against Sprint to Fire Speed
  • Fixed various issues that could cause some Players to become stuck in certain areas around Ashika Island in Battle Royale 
  • Fixed an exploit allowing Players to enter the Map geography with an ATV on Ashika Island 
  • Fixed an issue that allowed one-way bullet penetration in some spots on Himmelmatt Expo 
  • Fixed an issue that caused some UI text to overlap in Multiplayer Lobbies 
  • Addressed an issue where some Players couldn’t access the Social menu while in Building 21 in DMZ


  • Fixed an issue causing a “Quit to Desktop” popup to appear when pressing escape to go back to COD HQ on PC 
  • Fixed an issue preventing some Operators from being selectable in Battle Royale and DMZ 
In other Call of Duty news, a slew of incoming weapons from Season 3 to S5 have apparently leaked via datamining!

Source: Call of Duty

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