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Warzone devs finally respond to “broken” Season 2 Battle Pass

Raven Software have offered an official response to player concerns regarding the Warzone Pacific Season 2 Battle Pass.

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After player complaints concerning the Season 2 Battle Pass, the Warzone developers Raven Software have officially responded.

Warzone fans have been pretty happy with recent Warzone updates, especially as a fan-favorite mode returned following the March 31 update.

With that being said, some might be slightly bemused when they drop into a game on April 1, as the Totally Normal Battle Royale April Fools mode is now officially live.

While the devs clearly like to pull pranks on the community, they did recently offer a response to the Season 2 Battle Pass concerns, as players have been claiming the system has had issues after the Season 2 Reloaded update.

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After the Warzone Pacific Season 2 Reloaded Update, players were reporting that they were having issues with the Battle Pass.

Players were either gaining much less XP from matches, which was preventing them from progressing, or straight up not being given Battle Pass XP.

Thankfully, Raven Software have responded, claiming that they are now “investigating an issue where some players aren’t receiving the correct amount of Battle Pass XP.”

Over on Raven Software’s Trello board, which is where they and the community could keep up with bug fixes and other updates coming to the game, it states that they are looking for a fix for this issue across all platforms.

If you’re experiencing this issue, you can expect a fix for the Season 2 Battle Pass pretty soon, as the devs acknowledged the fix on March 31.

Perhaps this fix will be coming in an update next week. If you’d like to know when this fix drops, stay tuned on Charlie INTEL as we’ll be covering all future Warzone updates.


For more on Warzone, check out another dev response, which is to the players calling for Warzone’s player count to increase to 200.

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