Warzone: New Bug Prevents Easter Egg Blueprint Rewards From Being Earned

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In a bid to fix some of the bugs and glitches that have plagued Warzone in recent months, update 1.31 has gone live across all platforms.

While the update did fix the notorious unlimited stim glitch, players have discovered another glitch that leaves them unable to acquire exclusive blueprints that can be acquired by completing the various Easter Eggs that can be found across Verdansk and Rebirth Island.

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As more players continue to drop into matches thanks to Activision banning 60,000 cheaters, another glitch is certainly annoying.

Here’s everything we know about the bug.

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Warzone Easter Egg Blueprint Bug

First discovered by @ModernWarzone, the bug occurs once players have managed to complete an Easter Egg where blueprints can be earned.

Warzone Easter Egg Blueprint Glitch
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The bug currently affects the following Easter Eggs and blueprints:

  • Bunker 11 – Mud Drauber (MP7)
  • Stadium – Enigma (CR-56 AMAX)
  • Maintenance Station – Firebrand (Bruen MK2)
  • Rebirth Island – Red Room (Milano 821)

As players attempt to acquire their new blueprint, they are greeted with a bizarre shape that cannot be picked up.

This bug isn’t the first that heavily impacts the appearance of weapons.

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All the way back in Season 5, a graphics bug turned weapons into some form of abstract artwork, leaving players unable to see their weapon and use it effectively.

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How To Fix

As of writing, (February 8th) a fix has yet to be found for this particular issue, which is annoying if you’re attempting to complete the Easter Eggs and get your hands on some cool blueprints!

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With Season One coming to an end in just a few weeks, it is likely that Raven Software will be working on a fix for the issue in order to allow as many players to acquire the blueprints before the new season is expected to begin at the end of February.

Until a fix goes live, it’s probably best to avoid completing any of the Warzone Easter Eggs.