Finally, a patch from Call of Duty has been released to address Warzone 2’s PC version’s performance difficulties. Immediately following the release of the Season 4 Reloaded update, these issues were discovered. Numerous users have reported extremely low FPS, stutters, and other problems that have wrecked their ability to play the game since the mid-season update.
However, only PC players are affected by these problems. Some customers claim that after the upgrade, their frame rates have dropped by up to 100. Even though the developer was aware of the problem before to the mid-season update’s release, they didn’t fix it until today, three days later.
Call of Duty releases a patch to address Warzone 2’s performance issues.
To fix the FPS issues, Call of Duty has deployed an update for Warzone 2 PC players via Steam and Battle.net. The developer announced that they have released an update that fixes PC performance issues, including poor framerate issues, in a recent tweet from the official COD updates channel.
The fix is currently being rolled out gradually. The developer will keep an eye on the game’s performance when the update is made available worldwide and make the required adjustments to fully address these problems.
Although it has been demonstrated that the most recent version works for some people to a certain extent, the problem hasn’t been entirely resolved. Players that saw FPS drops of over 50 or more in Season 4 Reloaded have reported observable increases following the patch, although it hasn’t yet returned to its pre-midseason state.
The specifics of what was initially causing the performance problems are hazy, and nothing has been publicly disclosed as of yet. While some community members attribute it to memory optimisation, others blame it on inefficient CPU use.