Warzone 2 & MW2 July 19 update patch notes: Ranked Play restrictions, Temp-V drop rates, more

Nathan Warby
Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 Operators with tanksActivision

The Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 devs dropped a new update on July 19, bringing fresh Ranked Play restrictions as well as tweaks to The Boys’ Temp-V Field upgrade. Here are the full Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 July 19 update patch notes of everything included.

The Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 Season 4 update arrived on July 12, bringing a ton of content to both games. Multiplayer fans got a new Raid Episode to enjoy, while battle royale players got the brand-new Armor Plate Carriers.

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Meanwhile, both games received a crossover with Amazon’s The Boys, adding three new Operators and the Temp-V Field Upgrade. But the devs have wasted no time in dropping the next update, as another patch arrived on July 19.

Here are the Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 July 19 patch notes, breaking down everything included in the update.

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The Boys' Homelander using Laser Vision in Warzone 2Activision
The Temp-V Field Upgrade saw its drop rate reduced in the July 19 update.

Modern Warfare 2 & Warzone 2 July 19 patch notes



  • Reduced the damage and range of the Underbarrel Dragon’s Breath Shotgun attachment  


  • Attachments
    • Corvus Torch Underbarrel


  • Fixed an issue with Perk Packages being reset that prevented some Players from logging in.
  • Fixed an issue where War Tracks preview audio would overlap when previewed in another vehicle.
  • Fixed an issue where Players were unable to back out of Private Match Matchmaking before servers are available.
  • Fixed an issue where Profile Account Level could display incorrectly on a fresh launch.
  • Fixed an issue causing the Party Browser to not update when Party data changed. 
  • Fixed an issue where many attachments lacked the option to choose a skin.
  • Fixed an issue where Players could receive an incorrect weapon as a reward in the Atomgrad Raid Episode 04.
  • Fixed an issue where items in Reactive Pack: Soulless were not displaying as Reactive.    



  • Weapons
    • X13 Auto
    • Basilisk Reminder: Warzone Ranked Play competitive settings are a multi-team effort to deliver competitive and fair matches. Restrictions are updated based on data and feedback, and restricted items may return after undergoing balance changes or fixes.


  • Reduced the frequency of Temp V drops in all modes  


  • Fixed an issue causing Armor Plates to lose functionality in Private Match.
  • Fixed several collision issues across Vondel allowing Players to exploit, peek, or shoot through them.
  • Fixed an issue causing Players to not connect to a match when using the Look For Party feature.
  • Fixed an issue causing Players to be executed by the Jailer after being Released From Gulag.
  • Fixed an issue causing some Operators arms to pose incorrectly in Warzone Private Match Lobbies.
  • Fixed an exploit where the Player was able to have infinite Electric Shockwave in DMZ.
  • Fixed an issue causing the UI to display an Active Superpower Warning at all times.
  • Fixed an issue where Armor Plates would occasionally lose functionality in a Private Battle Royale Match.
  • Fixed an issue where using Temp V and highlighting other equipment did not show a powers replacement warning.
  • Fixed an issue where Players’ Stash items could be incorrectly revoked in DMZ.

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About The Author

Nathan is a Senior Writer for CharlieIntel and Dexerto, primarily covering FIFA and Call of Duty, as well as general gaming news and guides. After leaving university with a degree in Sports Studies and a master's degree in Magazine Journalism, he took on a role as a local news reporter before moving into games media. You can contact Nathan by email at [email protected].