Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile Releases New Update

For Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile, a new update has just been released. Along with a variety of bug fixes, this update adds a number of quality of life improvements to the game.

This new update, which was released on May 6, is already available to players who are in a Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile match.

In 2020, Activision released Call of Duty: Warzone, which quickly became a popular competitive battle royale game. Activision was able to launch its own battle royale game using the well-known Call of Duty brand.

The game is a tight, action-packed first-person shooter that feels both familiar and new to both new and old players of the series. Warzone was officially released in early 2024 and was first announced for mobile devices at an event.

With the most recent update specifically addressing bugs and gameplay improvements, Warzone’s ongoing support and content updates, including new operators, weapons, and maps, have helped keep the hype for the game alive.

A number of problems have been directly addressed in the official patch notes for Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile’s May 6 update, which have been released online.

A bug that caused the names of well-known Warzone locations like Verdansk and Rebirth Island to appear fuzzy has been fixed, along with other core gameplay and visual issues.

A bug that caused the blue dot to disappear when aiming down sights has also been fixed, as has a bug that prevented operators from seeing the right character.

Due to a bug that caused lower-resolution versions of the same models to play, a variety of weapon models have also undergone changes.

Lag has been a problem for Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile players for a while. This new update fixes a few major issues. It now takes less time for shaders to load, which means that players can get into matches faster. Robust buffer access has been enabled, which is a win for the GPU.

A bug that caused operator preview images to display lower-resolution versions of the models in-game as well as iPhone X crash issues have both been fixed.

Also, this update fixes a problem with the Raptor Yellow Bunny operator skin so that the character doesn’t hold an invisible weapon in the main menu while players are there.

After becoming one of the best-rated and most-played mobile games on both iOS and Android, Warzone Mobile is already making Activision a lot of money.

Warzone Mobile has had a big effect on the world of mobile games, even though it has only been out for a short time.

Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile May 6 Patch Notes

Graphics and Performance

  • Reduced the time it takes for shaders to compile so players can start a match faster.
  • Fixed a bug which caused preview images of some operators to appear at low resolution.
  • Enabled robust buffer access for specific Xclipse GPU chips for better performance
  • Addressed specific iPhone X crashes


  • Fixed a bug which caused the names of districts in Verdansk and Rebirth Island to be blurred on the map during initial drop at the beginning of a match.
  • Fixed a bug that caused a player’s active operator in-match to change if they left and rejoined the same match.
  • Fixed a bug with the JAK Glassless Optic which caused no blue dot to be shown in ADS.
  • The Yellow Bunny operator skin for Raptor no longer holds invisible weapons in the main menu.
  • Fixed various weapon model presets that displayed with low resolution issues

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