Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 is a free-to-play video game with a survival, exploration and scavenging elements.
The thrill-packed game allows players to customize their classes and weapons. With a high rank and some cash, they have an alternative to custom weapons and attachments rather than normal ground loot.
COD: Warzone 2.0 custom loadout and blueprint mods reverting to the game.
The most recent Seasons 1 Reloaded update got gamers excited, as they hoped many improvements and fixes. However, the joy gradually turned into disappointment, and it broke more things than it was fixed.
According to the report 1,2 and 2,3 players can’t use custom weapons loadout or blueprint mods, as they either reset or revert to the standard or default version.
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Every single of my loadouts turns back to that after every game. Would you fix it or can you explain why it was?
It was revealed that the most recent patch that dropped just a few hours ago broke the custom loadouts and blueprints mods.
An example from this argument was that just those who bought Modern Warfare 2 are facing an issue with their custom loadouts resetting.
Luckily the developer has acknowledged the problem on their official Trello board and is working on a fix. We hope they can resolve the problem as quickly as possible.
We encountered an error, a problem in which the ram-to-charged-pack is inverted or resetting.
Even a player can solve the problem with custom loadout, by simply not using blueprints. I guess this is frustrating, but it does seem to help some.
One other mentioned the bug because the games didn’t even know how to carry two custom-designed weapons.
To make a blueprint, editing the attachment, and finally, adjusting the attachment to the desired one, and repeating the same steps in the second place might be necessary.
We’ll update that space to take care of further developments regarding this matter.
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