If you get shot down, defeat or get in trouble by the ninjas silently sprinting past Call of Duty: Warzone, no more worries. A patch for the game released today by developer Raven Software that addresses the Dead Silence infinite glitch, as well as some other minor issues the battle royale in development is having.
Dead Silence is a school upgrade in Call of Duty: Warzone that is meant to be used according to the situation, as it will eventually wear out. However, players have found a way around that central craftsman. By choosing the pitch upgrade in the lobby before the game and activating it seconds before the match starts correctly, players will drop into the battlefield with quiet footsteps. In a game like Battlefield, where every indicator of where a player might be needed, that’s a big deal.
️A #Battlefield Update is live now!
Includes fixes for C58 (BOCW) Royal & amp; Kross recoil 4x Optical, Infinite Deadly Silence and more.
Modified Season Four reloaded patch notes (see July 21): pic.twitter.com/Gs7p4fzmoM
& mdash; Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) July 21, 2021
Today’s patch fixes the issue, meaning players can no longer silently run to you with a nail gun. That being said, other issues with Battlefield not addressed in the patch, including prayer of cheaters and other bugs, some of which keep players hidden.
Along with the fix for the Dead Silence issue, today’s patch for Call of Duty: Warzone solved some minor problems. The game’s reported offensive chat button has been temporarily removed while Raven Software investigates an issue related to it, and the issue with the C58 Royal and Kross 4x optical has been fixed. A fix for the game’s Sentry Guns, which normally show up on the minimap, but not when placed on ships, has also been rolled out.