Call of Duty: Warzone update fixes Battle Pass XP and provides all gamers double XP tokens

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Yes, Call of Duty: Warzone did simply obtain an update yesterday, but it surely appears to have damaged the all-important Battle Pass. Fortunately, a repair has already been launched, and it features a good bonus in addition.

Warzone’s April 20 update is each a “fix and [a compensation for] players for the prior disruption.” Developer Raven Software’s patch notes define what gamers can anticipate now that the Battle Pass has been repaired. First, “affected players will be retroactively awarded XP for prior matches played,” however they’ll have to log again into the game earlier than Season Two ends on Wednesday, April 27 at 10 AM PT to obtain it. Portions of the lacking XP could have already began showing for some gamers too.

On high of this, each participant who logged in throughout Season Two at any time — it doesn’t need to have been through the disruption — will obtain a pair of one-hour double XP tokens. These can be utilized through the present or any future season. Double XP is a go-to for Call of Duty, and it’s an effective way to earn these new Operator skins.

This fast repair comes after Warzone’s April 19 update, which merged the game with Vanguard Royale for a single pool of public occasions. It additionally got here with the standard bug fixes (and prompted one, therefore this Battle Pass patch). As for Season Three: Classified Arms, that begin date is Wednesday, April 27.