Update 1.31 has arrived for Call of Duty: Warzone, and here’s the full list of changes and fixes added with this patch. If you’re on PlayStation 4, this update is already available for preload. As per usual, other platforms will have to wait until the patch goes live before they can start downloading it. It’s a pretty big update, so fans are expecting some significant changes once the patch is deployed. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War recently received a bunch of new content, so Warzone could be getting a similar treatment with this update. Here’s everything new with Call of Duty: Warzone update 1.31.
Call of Duty: Warzone Update 1.31 Patch Notes
- New fix to remove infinite stim glitch
- Issue stemmed from player getting stuck in throwback state after throwing back a live grenade
- Adjusted match bonus and kill XP reward of Kingslayer mode to be more in line with Verdansk BR
- This is part of our continued effort to normalize XP rewards across our various game modes
- Adjusted the timing of ammo replenishment during empty reloads for BOCW weapons
- Certain operator missions for Stitch should now track as intended
- Fixed visual for the “Heavy Handed” Sledgehammer in the Player Armory
- Fixed issue where at high prestige levels, progress towards next level shown in Barracks Seasonal Progression did not match what was shown on the top banner of the main menu
- Removed Tier Skips from Modern Warfare Bundles
- Previewing Bruiser Cord watch in the Hot Shot Bundle will now display correct watch
- Fixed various minor issues including images, icons, and names
- Fixed a crash that occurs when launching the game due to changes being made to Windows GDI32
This patch is currently available for preload on PlayStation 4, and it weighs in at roughly 11 GB in size. The update will go live on all platforms on February 4 at 11 PM PT, at which point PC and Xbox players will be able to start downloading it.
While there are no official patch notes yet, there are a few likely fixes that will be included with this update. The biggest issue in Warzone right now is the infinite stim glitch. Every time the stim glitch seems to be fixed, it pops back up eventually. Many players are hoping this update will fix the glitch for good.
Like most other updates, this patch will also likely include weapon tuning and balancing adjustments. Many of the weapons from Black Ops Cold War have been dominating the Warzone meta, even after nerfs, and players are hoping that this patch will balance some of the game’s overpowered weapons. With a patch this large, there will no doubt be significant changes, but which weapons will be adjusted remains to be seen.
Call of Duty: Warzone is available now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. For more information regarding this update, visit the official Treyarch site.
- This article was updated on:February 4th, 2021