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Warzone Pacific March 9 update patch notes: Weapon Perk glitch, Nebula V Bomb, and Vargo 52 issues fixed

Here are the full patch notes for Warzone’s March 9 update which fixes the weapon Perk glitch, issues with Nebula V Bombs and the Vargo 52.



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Warzone’s devs Raven Sofware released an update on March 9 that fixes the weapon Perk glitch alongside various issues with the Nebula V Bomb and Vargo 52.

Raven Software addressed a major issue in the March 9 update that allowed players to equip extra Perks to their weapons. The balance has now been restored as Vanguard weapon Perks can no longer be attached to Cold War and Modern Warfare weapons.

In addition, Raven also fixed a few issues related to the devastating Nebula V Bomb and the newly released Vargo 52 Assault Rifle.

Warzone March 9 patch notes

Warzone Pacific Season 2 Operator with AK-47

The update primarily focused on fixing major bugs that were impacting the quality of Warzone Pacific Season 2 gameplay.

The extra Perk glitch resulted in a poorly balanced weapon meta with Cold War and Modern Warfare weapons receiving incredible buffs. With this issue now a thing of the past, the focus should once again shift to Vanguard weapons and the dominant Vargo 52.


  • Fixed an issue allowing Players to retain Weapon Perks from a previous Loadout.
  • Fixed an issue causing the Vargo 52 (BOCW) to not refill ammunition after reloading.
  • Fixed an issue causing the Nebula V Bomb to prevent the use of other elements including Killstreaks, Vehicles, and Equipment.
  • Fixed an issue causing deployment of the Nebula V Bomb to be interrupted if another Player started to deploy one as well.
  • Fixed an issue causing visual overexposure while using the Krewe Leader Blueprint.
  • Fixed an issue causing Halima’s Operator Unlock requirements to not display correctly.

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Source: Raven Software

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