An annoying bug introduced with yesterday’s Call of Duty: Warzone patch has been fixed.
Sometime after the launch of the big new Call of Duty: Warzone patch, which brought a number of balance changes to the RPG and Akimbo Renettis, players ran into a particularly frustrating problem.
Many who queued up for BR Trios simply couldn’t get into a match, and those who did, ended up in lobbies with an alarmingly low player count. The number of players in these matches wasn’t enough, so everyone kept fooling around warm-up forever.
There have been numerous reports of this on Reddit, and some just assumed the problem was caused by matchmaking troubles that usually eventually sort themselves out. It turns out, however, this was indeed a bug.
Infinity Ward has since rolled out a playlist update that should fix that problem, which was apparently specific to Trios. The patch also fixes a few other miscellaneous bugs.
A playlist update is going out now that addresses matches not starting in BR Trios, fixes a bug in Reinfected Ground War, and fixes an issue for incorrect scores while playing Grind and KC in the 'Clean Up on Aisle 9' playlist.
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) May 19, 2020
In case you missed it, this week’s update also made it possible to enter some of the bunkers dotted around the map, though that only lead to other locked door inside (and some rare loot).