Call of Duty: Warzone latest update removes trucks from Solos

Patch changelog now available.

A new update is now available for Call of Duty: Warzone, and it removes the big Armored Trucks from Solos.

The detail has been confirmed by Raven Software’s creative director Amos Hodge, despite not having been mentioned in the official changelog.

According to Hodge, the move should help “tone down the vehicle meta a bit,” as trucks were seen as a disruptive element in the Solo playlist.

Amos Hodge on Twitter

We pulled out the big Armored Trucks from the solo playlist. Hopefully that tones downs the vehicle meta a bit. #Warzone

Armored Trucks are still in the game, though, and you will find in other playlists supporting them. Duos and Trios are unaffected, same as other playlists not featuring vehicles.

Here’s the full changelog of the latest patch, starting from playlists:

Modern Warfare:

  • Adding Drop Zone in both core and Hardcore (Removes Deathmatch Domination)
  • Adding ‘Stir Crazy’ Playlist – 10v10 playlist with Cranked, Kill Confirmed, Domination, and Hardpoint
  • Adding Hardcore ‘Stir Crazy’ Playlist – 10v10 playlist with Kill Confirmed, Cranked, Domination, and Team Deathmatch
  • Removing NVG Realism Mosh Pit


  • Adding “Scopes and Scatter Guns” BR Trios playlist – Snipers and Shotguns only (Replaces regular BR Trios)

General fixes also include:

  • Fixed an issue on PC where players would lose the ability to use Field Upgrades purchased when replacing Armor Plates while in the Buy Station menu
  • Upon picking up a dropped SKS, the initial raise audio would be heard globally. This has been fixed.
  • Fix for Azur’s “Brother’s Keeper” skin displaying the incorrect headgear while in the multiplayer squad walk
  • Added icons to the killcam to show if you were killed by someone using Dead Silence or Stopping Power
  • Fix for the stats graph for the Renetti appearing incorrectly

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