Cold War and Warzone: Why Has The Crossbow Been Removed?
What happened to the Crossbow?
It looks like after a lot of confusion, the Crossbow has been removed from Cold War and Warzone. Here’s why the new Crossbow was added and removed all within a matter of hours.
If you haven’t yet jumped into the newest season of Cold War and Warzone, there’s a lot you need to catch up on. Not only have Zombies invaded Verdansk, but there’s new weapons, battle pass, and a whole lot more. Check out all of the DualShockers content surround Season Two to get you ready for a fight.
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Cold War and Warzone Crossbow
The R1 Shadowhunter, or better known simply as ‘the Crossbow’, is one of the many new weapons that were added at the beginning of Cold War and Warzone Season Two, but this particular weapon was only available in the Gunfight game mode.
Players were unable to equip the Crossbow in their loadout, obtain it through the battle pass, or even purchase it from the Call of Duty in-game store. It’s clear Activision has plans for the new Crossbow, after accidentally including a new bundle in the store which allowed players to obtain a brand new blueprint for the R1 Shadowhunter. Unfortunately, even when you purchased the bundle, you wouldn’t actually be able to use it in-game or even see it in your loadout.
The new bundle being included in the store was clearly a mistake, and it has now been rectified.
Why Has The Crossbow Been Removed From Cold War?
It looks like the Crossbow was removed from the store because Activision slipped up, they weren’t actually supposed to release the new bundle yet. If you did purchase the new Archaic Range bundle, you will be receiving a refund for the purchase.
Activision has stated that the Crossbow and Archaic Bundle will be returning at a later date.
An issue with the R1 Shadowhunter weapon appearing earlier than planned in Warzone and Black Ops Cold War has been resolved.
Refunds are planned for players who purchased the bundle while it was live in the Store, and the bundle and in-game challenge will return at a later date.
— Activision Support (@ATVIAssist) March 18, 2021
Cold War and Warzone Season Two
The newest Season of Cold War and Warzone went live on February 25, and adds a whole lot of new content! Jump in right now and you’ll find a new battle pass, new points of interest across Verdansk, new weapons, and much more.
You can keep up to date with everything happening in Season 2 right here at DualShockers.