A few days after the official launch of Call of Duty Warzone 2.0, the development team of the free battle royale was forced to disable a component of the game due to a glitch that made it possible to earn experience points very easily.
We are referring to ‘Wanted’ contracts of the DMZ modesince these special timed missions could not only be completed without too many problems, but due to a trivial problem it was possible to multiply their reward: it was sufficient to open a chest around Al-Mazrah at the exact moment the contract timer hit zero, causing the amount of experience gained to skyrocket. Now the bounty in question is no longer available in the game, but many have exploited the flaw to get enough XP to complete the Battle Pass, not counting the weapon upgrades obtained thanks to the money accumulated with the quests.
At the moment Raven Software has posted an update on Trello which signals the successful removal of the Wanted contracts and the timing of the fix is not known. Waiting to find out when these missions will be reintroduced in the mode against bots and other players, we remind you that on our pages you will find a practical trick to quickly unlock the M13B in Call of Duty Warzone 2.0.