Game news Call of Duty Warzone: Activision has great news for Xbox Series players!
Currently in the middle of its Season 3, Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific pits players against two huge creatures. Because yes, if you didn’t know, Godzilla and King Kong are currently fighting on the game map, while the bullets are whistling in the ears of the players.
The success of Call of Duty: Warzone don’t be deniedand even if the studio must constantly fight against new methods of cheating, the players are present.
Xbox Series and Call of Duty Warzone: the long-awaited patch is coming
But until Activision don’t tell us more about Warzone 2 and the mobile version is officially launched, we must take care of Warzone. Besides bugs, cheats and balances, there is a issue that dates back several months, and which affects Xbox Series players.
Indeed, on Series X as on Series S, players do not benefit from compatibility with 120 Hz, which could create some imbalance during cross-platform games. But good news! This issue affecting Xbox Series players since December will very soon be a thing of the past ! This is indeed what the developers of Raven Software recently announced, who have obviously found the cause of the problem, and who have been able to come to terms with it :
We’re happy to share that as of the mid-season patch next week, Players on Xbox Series consoles will once again be able to enjoy #Warzone with 120Hz support.
We hope this, along with many other exciting updates, will make for an even more enjoyable experience in Caldera! 🙂
—Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) May 20, 2022
We’re happy to announce that starting with the mid-season patch next week, players on Xbox Series consoles will once again be able to enjoy Warzone with 120Hz support. many other exciting updates, will make the experience on Caldera even more enjoyable!
This patch should therefore arrive in the next few days, and greatly relieve Xbox Series players playing Call of Duty Warzone. However, one constraint persists. The problem may have been solved, you still need a compatible monitor or television. So remember to check your hardware, or turn to devices that support this feature! Waiting, we leave you with our Gaming Live dedicated to Operation Monarchwhich introduces the two most famous Kaijus in the world.