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Warzone players call for devs to finally fix Rocket Launcher camos crashing games

Frustrated Warzone Pacific players are calling for the developers to fix the broken Rocket Launcher camos that are crashing the game.

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Warzone players are begging Raven Software to fix a frustrating glitch that causes the game to crash every time they change Rocket Launcher camos.

Warzone features a variety of powerful weapons for you to use, and these can be customized with cosmetic items such as weapon camos to make them look cooler when you take them with you in battle.

However, a strange glitch has been plaguing the Rocket Launcher camos ever since the arrival of the Pacific Update, and players are frustrated that the developers still haven’t patched up this issue yet.

Reddit user ‘Djabouty47’ highlighted this bug in the CoD: Warzone subreddit, warning players to avoid editing their Rocket Launchers with weapon camos in the gunsmith after their game crashed twice.

Many of the commenters shared their own experiences with this glitch, claiming that it has been around for quite some time without the developers fixing it in a Warzone Pacific update patch.

One user expressed their frustration with the fact that this issue hasn’t been patched up yet, writing: “Pretty crazy that a game this popular has bugs that go unfixed for this long. It’s been this way for months.”

While Rocket Launchers aren’t fit for every combat situation in Warzone, they can still be useful when taking down vehicles and large groups of enemies, so it’s unfortunate that players can’t customize them without crashing the game.

At the time of writing, it’s unclear whether or not the developers are planning to implement a fix for this glitch in the near future since the problem isn’t currently listed on the Warzone Trello board.

However, Raven Software frequently listens to feedback, with Season 2 being delayed to fix some bugs and glitches, so we might see this issue patched up at some point in the new season.


For more Warzone, you can also check out the leaked Warzone Bomber planes that can destroy Buy Stations & loadout drops as well as the best close-quarters STG44 Warzone loadout.

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Warzone players baffled by “most brutal” nerf in the game’s history

Players cannot understand the decision to deliver the most brutal nerf in Warzone history with the Season 3 Reloaded update.

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While the Season 3 Reloaded update brought several weapon balancing changes to the game, one nerf in particular has been deemed the “most brutal” in Warzone history.

On May 25, players received the Warzone Pacific Season 3 Reloaded update that introduced an abundance of changes to the battle royale. New features like the Underground Transit System and Squad HUD were added to the game, alongside justifiable nerfs to Stims and the Roze skin.

While most players agreed with the devs’ various nerfs and buffs in an attempt to further balance the game, one weapon nerf isn’t sitting right with players.

Amax Warzone Assault Rifle

The strange decision to nerf the CR-56 AMAX has left players stunned and utterly baffled following the Season 3 Reloaded update. The update’s Assault Rifle changes essentially buffed Vanguard ARs once again while nerfing some Modern Warfare and Cold War weapons.

The AMAX had its max damage decreased from 35 to 31, and its minimum damage decreased from 31 all the way down to 24. These are some pretty major nerfs that have essentially made the weapon “completely useless” as one Reddit user points out.

Since the AMAX had its damage decreased so heavily, players are questioning if it’s the “most brutal, unnecessary nerf in Warzone history?” While having its damage nerfed to such an extent is certainly brutal, the unnecessary nature of the nerf has also left players baffled.

The AMAX wasn’t exactly dominating the meta and it was far from a popular choice with a WZ Ranked pick rate hovering at around 0.68%. Players in the comments can’t seem to understand the odd decision to nerf the AMAX, “Were that many people even using the Amax that it needed a nerf? Haven’t seen one in a while.”

Other players were left wondering why an overpowered weapon like the STG44 with a pick rate of 16.21% was completely ignored in the latest update, “Meanwhile you will absolutely get lasered by an stg at any range.”

Whether you agree that the Season 3 Reloaded nerf to the AMAX is the most brutal in Warzone history or not, the weapon is sure to go from rarely used to never used by players.


As a result of these baffling Season 3 Reloaded weapon changes, Warzone players have also slammed the devs for forcing Vanguard weapons into the game’s meta.

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Warzone’s Stims receive major nerf in Season 3 Reloaded

Warzone players have felt that Stims became too powerful after their buffs, but the devs implemented a new nerf in Season 3 Reloaded.

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Stims received a major buff going into Warzone Pacific Season 1, but thanks to their ‘super slide’ feature and ability to keep healing players while they take damage, they’ve been nerfed in Season 3 Reloaded.

The Heartbeat Sensor was always the meta pick before Warzone integrated with Vanguard and shifted to Caldera, but the Season 1 update nerfed the Heartbeat Sensor and gave Stims a huge buff. 

Although the Heartbeat Sensor is still more popular, the Stim is a close second. Many have claimed that it’s too powerful, especially in the hands of a skilled player, so the devs have brought a nerf for it in Season 3 Reloaded

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Warzone’s Stims were always powerful tools for escaping the gas, and players had the ability to gain a speed boost that allowed them to ‘Stim super slide’ while their health kept ticking even when taking damage. 

Alongside Season 3 Reloaded’s major changes such as introducing a highly-requested squad HUD overhaul and reducing the player count, Raven Software implemented a nerf that removes this ability.

While it was initially believed that this change would arrive at a later point, Reddit user ‘ToxemicRug74749’ pointed out that the Stim super slide ability has disappeared following the arrival of Season 3 Reloaded.

The Warzone devs previously explained that the “Stim slide modifier was too extreme,” so it needed to be dialed back. They stated that sliding movement should still receive a buff after players use a Stim, but “it still needs to fit within limits.”  

Also, if a player had just used the Stim and took damage, the Stim would keep on refilling their health. Raven felt this was an issue, so they are “adding weapon damage interruption,” where taking damage will cancel the heal.  

Now, this will no longer be a problem, as players won’t be able to use the Stims to immediately escape losing gunfights. It remains to be seen if the developers will implement more changes to the Stim as the season progress.


For more on Warzone, be sure to check out how the Serpentine Perk works, as well as all of Rebirth Island’s changes.

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Roze skin nerfed again in Warzone Pacific Season 3 Reloaded

The controversial pay-to-win Roze Operator skin has received another major nerf in Warzone Pacific Season 3 Reloaded.

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The Warzone Pacific Season 3 Reloaded update has brought another nerf to the controversial Roze skin in an attempt to fix its glaring visibility issues.

Warzone features a variety of different Operator skins for you to equip, and the infamous Roze skin has received criticism for its frustrating visibility issues, with players calling for the skin to be removed.

While the Operator Skin wasn’t removed, it received a nerf back in Warzone Season 4 to help counter this problem. Now, the developers have nerfed Roze again in Warzone Pacific Season 3 Reloaded.

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The Warzone developers implemented various balancing updates in the Season 3 Reloaded update, including buffs and nerfs to various weapons, as well as a brightness adjustment for Roze’s skin.

The outfit’s brightness has been increased by 70% to match the new lighting improvements on the Caldera map. This change is meant to ensure that her outfit remains perfectly visible during intense gunfights.

Raven Software stated in the update patch notes: “Just like our Weapon balance, we are very conscious that our Operator meta plays an equally important role in the second-to-second gameplay health so this change was necessary.”

Masked Roze skin in Warzone

Roze’s completely black outfit frequently blended in with the shadows in certain areas on the map, making it impossible to see. This would give any players who donned the Operator Skin an unfair advantage.

For this reason, the skin had previously been dubbed as ‘pay-to-win,’ so it’s understandable why the developers took the opportunity to make some visibility adjustments in Season 3 Reloaded.


For more Warzone, check out why Call of Duty players are terrified that last-gen consoles will ruin Warzone 2 as well as our piece on Warzone players slamming the devs for forcing Vanguard weapons into the game’s meta.

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