Sledgehammer Games just rolled out a hefty 1.6GB update, version 1.36, for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 on PS5. Unlike your typical mid-season tweak, this update is all about squashing bugs and bringing in some improvements following last week’s title update. We’ll break down the Modern Warfare 3 Update 1.36 patch notes in this article, giving you the lowdown on the game’s enhancements and the issues that have been sorted out.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Update 1.36 Patch Notes Details: Explore What’s New
Currently, Sledgehammer Games has not yet provided the official patch notes. However, they are actively addressing known issues, as listed on the official MW3 and Warzone Trello board. Keep an eye out for updates.
Modern Warfare 3 Fixes and Improvements:
Even though there’s no official list of changes, the game developers are aware of some problems and are working on them. People from around the world are having trouble getting the No Stock Attachment for the XRK Stalker Sniper Rifle. Also, the Royalty Tiger is too bright in certain situations.
In multiplayer, the health of the dummy targets in the Firing Range doesn’t match real players’ health. In War mode, the scoreboard always shows 0 Kills, which is strange. Killcams are now in Hardcore mode, changing the game a bit. After the Infil, the Field of View is higher than expected, messing with how players see things.
In Zombies mode, some players are losing their stuff after leaving or going to the Zombies menu. The visual effects get weird when using Akimbo weapons. Some players struggle with a step in the Defeat Zakhaev Act 3 mission. And there are unpredictable issues with Battle Pass XP gains.
Navigating the Challenges of Warzones: Solutions and Fixes
In the big picture of Warzone, there’s a problem with the Bantam Operator. Right now, you can’t use it, but don’t worry, it’s just a temporary glitch. If you’re getting a weird error message about data corruption when you log in for Season 1, it’s a false alarm—your ranks, unlocks, and purchases are safe. The game developers are on it, working hard to solve crashing issues on PC. They’re asking players to send crash reports for a quick fix.
Now, in the Battle Royale mode, the Breacher Drone is causing more damage than it should. Also, some players aren’t getting Cash for Gulag Tokens when the Gulag round ends. To sort things out, they’ve had to disable Dead Silence for a bit. There’s also a problem with the Dead Silence UI showing up when it’s not supposed to. And if you win in the Gulag and have Armor Plates, they’re not carrying over like they should when you come back.
People are also having trouble with the user interface. Sometimes, the notification for the Precision Airstrike doesn’t show up, and the Resurgence Rotation map isn’t appearing right. The After Action Report (AAR) is goofing up too—it’s showing the default Calling Card instead of the one you actually have equipped. They’re looking into all of these issues to get things back on track.
Private Match Pitfalls:
Private match fans encounter a particular issue: when a player exits a private match and is given the chance to rejoin, they might face challenges in reconnecting. This problem introduces a burst of inconsistency into the private match enjoyment, disturbing the smooth progression of the game.
As we eagerly await the official patch notes from Sledgehammer Games, it is evident that the Call of Duty: Update 1.36 of Modern Warfare 3 addresses different issues including those affecting Warzone devotee that encompass from small changes within gameplay features to evident hindrance. The plague that has already been troubling the developers makes everything clear—that these guys are ready to work hard so as to present their players with the most awesome Call of Duty experience of all times. Keep posted as I expect to update shortly after official patch notes drop.