Warzone’s developers released a small update on July 14 that fixed some of Fortune’s Keep’s map exploits as well as a couple of bug fixes.
While Warzone’s Fortune’s Keep has been a major success, there have been a few issues causing problems on Season 4’s Resurgence map. Players have complained about the lack of Buy Stations and the Rader Jammer radius, but Raven recently fixed both of them.
However, players are still finding their way underneath the map and inside buildings they shouldn’t, so Raven have fixed even more of these issues in a small update released on July 14.
Like any new Warzone map, Fortune’s Keep has a number of exploitable spots that cheaters take advantage of for free wins. Raven Software addressed a few of these with the July 7 update, but a few remained.
Hopefully, the July 14 update will have solved these issues for good. On top of the exploit fixes, Raven have fixed a frustrating issue where players were receiving empty loadouts after digging for buried treasure, and a bizarre glitch where AI would focus their fire on Trophy Systems.
Warzone July 14 update patch notes
- Fixed more collision issues with various elements across Fortune’s Keep allowing Players to exploit/peek/shoot through them.
- Fixed an issue where an empty Loadout Drop would spawn when digging for buried treasure.
- Fixed an issue where AI enemies would target a Trophy System when it was placed near them.
For more Warzone, be sure to check out how to get the CDL Champs Pack, and why players are furious over the lack of weapon balance.
Source: Raven Software
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