Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone Season 6 has just started and is already causing problems. Since the big patch's release, many players have reported on constant crashes that make longer gaming sessions practically impossible.
Yesterday, September 29, Season 6 of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone went live and brought some new features, such as a subway rapid transit system for Verdansk, new operators and two new weapons. All about the patch notes and the roadmap for the current season can be found in the links below:
- CoD Patch 1.27: The Patch Notes for the Season 6 Update
- CoD: Modern Warfare & Warzone – Season 6 Roadmap
The new update brought more content and fun to Modern Warfare and Warzone, but couldn't keep crashes out of its bag of tricks, which makes a lot of the positives feel redundant. More and more players report crashes in the middle of a game and freezes during the post-match screen. The crashes seem to be present on all platforms and even lead to blue screens for PlayStation 4 players.
Infinity Ward confirmed yesterday that they are aware of the problem and are working feverishly on a solution. Today they announced that they are still working on it, but already have a fix that is currently being tested and will be deployed tomorrow.
Update: We're still working on this issue, but do have a fix that we're hoping to release tomorrow, pending any unforeseen issues with testing. We'll provide another update when we have more to share. Thank you again for your patience. https://t.co/0VBkslmr25— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) September 30, 2020
Let's hope that the problem will be solved quickly, we want to unlock and level the new weapons as soon as possible to provide you with the appropriate setup guides.
Until then you can read our already existing guides on the FiNN LMG and the FR 5.56:
- Call of Duty Weapons: FiNN LMG Setup Guide
- CoD Warzone: FR 5.56/FAMAS Setup Guide – The Burst-Monster