Call of Duty: Warzone Update Makes Big Change to Pre-Game Lobby Loadouts
Activision Blizzard officially added a quality of life feature back into the war zone: Call of DutyThis feature was added to Season 4. This allows players to modify their loadouts in the pre-game lobby.
Raven Software removed the edit loadout function from the pre-game lobby immediately after it was added. Call of Duty: Warzone’s team and the videos showing it at the time claim that players could exploit the system to get blueprints, free camos and even an advantage in-game. Due to bugs and exploits, the feature was quietly deleted.
Players who were benefitting the most from this feature can acquire infinite Dead Silence, giving them a significant advantage over the competition. This game-breaking bug was one of many exploits attached to the edit loading out feature. Call of Duty Warzone players had to modify their load-outs before a match. Players will now be able to edit their loadouts while they wait for the next battle royale match, thanks to the return of this feature.
Call of Duty Warzone Season 5 was released with update 1.41 and included many changes to the game. Included with the return of the pre-game lobby feature in Warzone are new weapons, perks, map changes, and a Gulag inspired by the Rush game mode. Season 5 does not include any significant bug fixes or weapon balance adjustments, unlike the previous seasons.
Frustrated Call of Duty Warzone supporters has voiced dissatisfaction at the removal of the pregame lobby loadout. Modern Warfare fans were particularly affected by the change. They couldn’t test their attachments in multiplayer mode before they could be used. Raven Software announced the return of this feature by announcing that it would be available to Plunder and Modern Warfare multiplayer, in addition to Warzone.
Raven Software announced the official release of Warzone Update 1.41, which changed the lobby screens in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and the Call of Duty: Warzone lobby. Since Season 4, the pre-game lobby edit loadout function was removed from Warzone.
Activision Blizzard has brought back the Call of Duty: Warzone feature. Raven Software seems to be listening to the Warzone community. This feature was already available to Cold War and Modern Warfare fans, so it is likely that Call of Duty: Vanguard will offer something similar in its Warzone mode.