COD MW update 1.36 released on PS4, PC, and Xbox One. According to the official COD MW 1.36 patch notes, the latest update resolves issues related to crashing, lag, and more. Additionally, COD MW version 1.36 also includes stability and performance improvements.
Warzone Update Sizes
PlayStation 5: 25.6 GB
PlayStation 4: 25.6 GB
Xbox Series X / Xbox Series S: 25.9 GB
Xbox One: 25.9 GB
PC: 25.2 GB
Previously, a big update added new operators, new weaponry, and much more. Recently, a hotfix was released with some minor changes.
Unfortunately, many players are still experiencing a number of issues while playing the game. Today’s COD MW patch 1.36 will fix a few of these issues. Check out more details below.
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What is new in COD MW 1.36 patch notes?
Almost all communication resources within Verdansk are dedicated to ensuring the survival of all Operators through the Containment Protocol. Those unaware with the latest events or those who wish to have a refresher may find one below:
The Story So Far: Containment Protocol
After a doomed cargo tanker ran aground in Verdansk near the Zordaya Prison Complex, all hell broke loose.
Upon further investigation by all Operators working across faction lines, the tanker ship held remnants of deadly biochemical weapons, some of which had effects unknown to the greater world when Stitch originally researched them.
Those effects were made clear with the other cargo this ship held: zombies. Mutated undead beings that, in rare cases, had the ability to emit electromagnetic pulses or explode into noxious gas, or were heavily armored on some areas of their body.
The zombies were only limited to this shipwreck during the initial weeks of the season, but as tracked by Armistice Central Command, the undead moved to different areas of Verdansk. At first, it seemed that the zombies only moved from area to area and that no spread was occurring… until, in the most recent Containment Protocol, it was found that contamination stayed within zones, triggering clouds of unknown gas.
Fortunately, plenty of Gas Masks can be found within these Corruption Zones, but if an Operator dies within one, they perish and turn into one of the slavering undead.
Verdansk is About to Heat Up in a Big Way
The situation in Verdansk has hit a critical level. It seems the combat zone has become too dangerous for even a Tier 1 Operator to survive in. Is a conflagration imminent? The answer is still unknown, though it is recommended you clear your schedule for the week and ready yourself for a crescendo of utter chaos within the Warzone.
Full Patch Notes
The Hunt for Adler
Starting on April 22nd, the new “Hunt for Adler” limited-time event will task Operators with unique in-game challenges in both Black Ops Cold War and Warzone to learn of Adler’s whereabouts. Complete these Intel Challenges to unlock Event rewards, including Weapon Charms, Calling Cards, a new Operator Skin, and more. You can find more details about this event in the Seasonal Event tab on the main menu between Play and Weapons once Season Three kicks off in Warzone. Once you’ve completed a full set of challenges in either Black Ops Cold War or Warzone over the course of the event, you’ll unlock an exclusive Adler skin for use in both games!
SEASON 3 BATTLE PASS
100 Tiers of brand-new content including new Operator Skins, Weapons, Blueprints, Wrist Accessories, Weapon Charms, COD Points, and more.
Instantly unlock Wraith, a new Woods Skin, and more