Warzone Season 4 update has broken Modern Warfare’s FiNN LMG again
Modern Warfare’s FiNN LMG is broken again, with players complaining that the gun is now unusable as the character model makes it impossible to aim after the Warzone Season 4 update.
Modern Warfare has been affected by various issues as of late, with players complaining about not being able to play online and wall glitches and various other bugs entering the game after Warzone updates.
After the recent Warzone Season 4 updates, players have noticed a very odd bug with the FiNN LMG, leaving it pretty much unusable.
Modern Warfare FiNN LMG bug
Reddit user jnape33 took to the official Modern Warfare subreddit and reported the bug that consists of the player’s character holding the LMG in a way that does not allow you to aim properly, as it blocks your view, saying:
“What happened to this gun?? I started playing this game again today after a couple of months of break and I realized you can’t even see what your aiming at, even when I press the aim button (L2)”
The player also posted an image of the issue he was having, which shows the FiNN taking up the whole middle of the screen, preventing the player from seeing what is in front of them.
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The FiNN is a great, fun weapon to use in Warzone, especially with the Chainsaw attachment, so it is not surprising to see members of the game’s community upset at the fact that the weapon is not working properly.
However, this isn’t the first time as other community members commented how this chainsaw attachment was also previously broken in the game’s lifecycle.
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Raven Software responded to a community member on June 24 and stated that it had deployed a fix for the Modern Warfare FiNN LMG in the latest update but missed adding it to the official patch notes.
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Image Credits: Activision / Raven Software