Infinity Ward is Finally Working on One of The Nastiest Bugs of Call Of Duty: Warzone

We have to admit that everyone likes free-to-play games. Call of Duty Warzone is one of them, and it’s also a highly-realistic military shooter. Over 60 million players were gathered after the first two months of availability of the game on the market.

But regardless of how great a game may be, bugs will still occur. It’s an inevitable thing among apps and programs of any kind. Practically, games can also be considered apps/programs since they are built using programming languages like JavaScript, Python, C++, and more.

Horrifying bug emerges in COD: Warzone

Players of the game had recently run into some awful bugs, and you can see a sample below:

Made it to the end of Warzone and faced off against the final boss. Did not go well from CODWarzone

A bug like this significantly hinders gameplay. But the good news is that Infinity Ward, the development company of the game, recently released the following statement:

We’re currently fast-tracking a fix to address the recent graphical corruption bugs some may be seeing on weapons and around the map in Warzone. We are targeting to release this fix as soon as possible and will provide more details as they become available.

Those willing to be playing Call of Duty Warzone on a PC will have to possess some pretty powerful specs. 12GB of RAM are recommended, and you’ll also need a GeForce GTX 970 or 1660 for the video card. The game also requires plenty of storage space, and it’s understandable due to its intense and realistic combats. You’ll need 175GB of space, which means that you’d better buy yourself a storage space of at least 1TB if you’re planning to have several games at least as big as COD: Warzone. Another notable aspect is that the game doesn’t work on Windows 7 or 8, but only for Windows 10.

Call of Duty Warzone is currently available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC.

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