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Call of Duty: Warzone removes Most Wanted Contracts for Bounty Contracts

Call of Duty: Warzone removes Most Wanted Contracts

Both Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone have been exploding in popularity lately, with gamers and streamers hopping in to get some time with the FPS titans. It’s not all fun and games though as some changes made to the game post-launch have been met with uproar. A new patch seems to have made a lot of people upset. Call of Duty: Warzone fans got a pretty big change today as the developer has put out another major change to the game.

Most Wanted Contracts were a part of the gameplay loop in the game that offered players a bunch of challenging tasks to take on for various rewards. The system originally replaced Bounties of other kinds before, leading to many players and streamers feeling outraged. Infinity Ward didn’t respond too much to the backlash. Now, things have changed again.

The Most Wanted Contracts are gone from the game now, but players don’t have to do completely without such mechanics, at least that’s the hope. These challenges were pretty hard to complete, but offered huge rewards. For example, surviving after fighting all the remaining teams would revive all downed members of your team. This meant that losing the system wasn’t a huge blow, only really being felt in certain instances. Players will be able to hopefully find a new element soon, as it’s kind of likely that the developers will replace the lost system again in the future with something beyond just simple Bounty Contracts.

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For now though, players will just have to make do with the regular Bounty Contracts.

Those interested can find the full patch notes for the most recent major update on the main site. This patch fixed a handful of bugs in different game modes and altered other gameplay elements in addition to these most recent changes.

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