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Warzone & Black Ops Cold War ‘Hunt For Adler’ Issues Are Being Investigated

The latest Warzone challenge, ‘Hunt for Adler’ is currently being investigated by Raven Software after players have reported a number of issues.

Call of Duty: Warzone has recently undergone some massive changes. In a rather explosive introduction to Season 3, Warzone’s iconic battle royale map has been nuked in the Destruction of Verdansk event.

Warzone Black Ops Cold War Hunt for Adler event
(Source: Activision)

After this players were taken back in time to the new Verdansk ’84 map, which has completely replaced the original Warzone map. That’s right, no longer will players be returning to the iconic Verdansk. Instead, players will be battling it out in the past, in the new variant of the popular map.

Interestingly, there is still more content to kickstart Season 3. Warzone’s ‘Hunt For Adler’ event is the latest challenge for players to complete, and it even comes with exclusive rewards.

Cold War Warzone Season 3 Operator Knight 'Hunt For Adler'
(Source: Activision)

However, unfortunately, many players are reporting issues with the new challenge. According to many, progress is not being accurately saved and it is causing huge frustrations for fans.

Although Raven Software is currently investigating the issue, here is everything we know about Warzone’s ‘Hunt For Adler’ challenge issues.

the destruction of verdansk new map event 'Hunt For Adler'
(Source: Activision)

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Warzone ‘Hunt For Adler’ Progression Problems

According to reports from many Warzone players, the ‘Hunt For Adler’ event is not going to plan. The new event, which tasks players with rescuing Russell Adler, the iconic Black Ops Cold War character, is not registering for a number of players.

Furthermore, other discoveries are already poking holes in Season 3. For example, Warzone players have already found a game-breaking map-wall glitch in Verdansk ’84.

Warzone Verdansk '84 New Map Factory POI 'Hunt For Adler'
(Source: Activision)

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Currently, Warzone players are dealing with two problems. Challenge completion not tracking effectively, and intel spawning outside of the playable map area. Due to the time-sensitive nature of the event (it only being a week-long event) players are understandably quite annoyed.

Obviously, this is causing huge frustration for players who are actively trying to complete the challenge in time. Furthermore, users over on Reddit have voiced their frustration with Warzone’s ‘Hunt For Adler’ event. Check out what one user had to say below:

Finally getting one and when you finish it, it doesn’t register as being completed. Whoever thought this was a good idea should be fired.

(Source: Reddit)
1984 verdansk map Warzone 'Hunt For Adler'
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Raven Software Investigating ‘Hunt For Adler’ Event

For now, Raven Software is currently investigating the issue and collecting data. It is likely that the problem will be addressed fairly soon. Raven have indicated that they are looking into the problem, take a look at the tweet just below:

(Source: Twitter)

Similarly, there have been some major in-game changes with the arrival of Season 3. Although the update has addressed some issues, such as the long-awaited Roze skin nerf, others appear to have materialized.

Interestingly, there are other unusual changes in Warzone, such as the new Verdansk ’84 Gulag being based on Standoff. There are also a ton of new weapons that have arrived for the latest season, if you want to know how to unlock every weapon in Warzone Season 3, take a look.

Finally, for a complete list of everything that has changed in Warzone, check out the Warzone Season 3 complete patch notes.

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