Warzone March 25 patch notes: Ice Drake Blueprint fix, Shadowhunter crossbow - Dexerto
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Warzone March 25 patch notes: Ice Drake Blueprint fix, Shadowhunter crossbow

Published: 25/Mar/2021 21:13 Updated: 25/Mar/2021 22:38

by Tanner Pierce


Another minor update for Warzone in here and includes fixes for two problems that have been affecting the battle royale game lately, including the new R1 Shadowhunter crossbow not being able to be equipped within the game. 

If you’ve been patiently waiting to use your new crossbow or Ice Drake Mastercraft blueprint within Warzone then your wait is finally over. On March 25, Raven released a brand-new hotfix for Warzone and it addresses some problems that have been affecting two separate weapons within the game.

For starters, the R1 Shadowhunter crossbow can now be properly equipped within the game; a bug was causing the Season 2 weapon to be available in the BR. In addition, players will also be able to properly use their Ice Drake Blueprint, which was a part of the NecroKing bundle in the Item Shop.


Warzone March 15 update patch notes

  • Ice Drake Blueprint fixed – the 16.5″ Ultralight and 19.7″ Takedown barrels will temporarily adorn a dragon head
  • R1 Shadowhunter crossbow should now be available in the Weapons menu after it has been unlocked in BOCW or via the Store bundle
Shadowhunter in Warzone
The new Shadowhunter Crossbow is now available in Warzone.

Shadowhunter crossbow & Ice Drake Blueprint fixed

Both items have been having some notable problems over the past few days. While the R1 Shadowhunter was operating normally within Black Ops Cold War, it was broken within Warzone, with some players being unable to equip it after buying it from the store.

In addition, the Ice Drake Blueprint for the Krig 6 assault rifle also had some major visual bugs. If players attempted to equip certain barrels on the weapon, the visual design of the weapon would revert back to the original Krig 6 design, without the unique dragon head attached to it.

The Ice Drake Krig 6 blueprint had been having visual problems within Warzone due to its barrels.

Raven did clarify that a future patch would be removing the dragon head from the 16.5″ Ultralight and 19.7″ Takedown barrels, which were the original source of the bugs, but it’s been re-added to those attachments for the time being.


As with all other hotfixes, you don’t have to download any patches to get any of this content. Instead, players are prompted to install a small in-game update the next time they log-in, which should update the game settings.