Not a week goes by without a brand new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone update. Forget about the fact we now have Black Ops Cold War, Modern Warfare is still being kept extremely relevant thanks to the success of the F2P companion game, Warzone. Warzone just entered Season 2 last week, and brought with it a huge selection of modes, balance changes, and more, all of which you can read about in our patch 1.32 breakdown right here.
Today has seen another brand new update come to Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare, bringing the game up to patch 1.33. In this guide we’re going to break down everything you can expect from the latest patch, including what it changes and how big the download is, right here in this guide.
Of course, no matter how small the update is it’s still become unacceptable, at least in the eyes of one former Call of Duty dev. Activision recently announced that a standard 500GB PS4 would no longer be able to hold Call of Duty Warzone, Modern Warfare, and Black Ops Cold War, meaning dedicated Call of Duty fans are being left out in the cold. Just another reason to jump over to Apex Legends, in my opinion…
At any rate, you can rest assured that the Infinite Stim glitch is already gone for good, and that this update will only make the game better, right? Well, read on for everything you need to know.
This update is actually pretty modest compared to most updates you’ll be downloading, especially for PS4 owners. PC players meanwhile have a little more to contend with, as usual.
- PS4: 240MB
- Xbox: 800MB
- PC: 2GB
Everything Patch 1.33 Changes In Call Of Duty: Warzone
This patch actually changes very little indeed, to be blunt. Essentially, this update is here to fix reactive blueprints, the new blueprint type that was included in the 1.32 update patch.
Reactive blueprints were broken, whether it was the visual effects of the act of actually putting the blueprints together is not clear, but Raven Software and Infinity Ward managed to pinpoint the problem and put out a fix before it became an online debacle.
Some blueprints were also missing bullet tracer visual effects, and this has also been fixed. In addition to all of this, Raven Software has confirmed that another minor update is due this week. Let’s hope minor is the operative word.
That’s all for this round of updates in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone, but check back on TheGamer later in the week for the lowdown on the next patch.
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