CoD MW3: Battle Pass Won’t Progress in Zombies Explained

Encountering issues with the MWZ Battle Pass? Find answers here.

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Much like previous installments, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 features a Battle Pass filled with cosmetic goodies that we all want. However, with the new Zombies mode, fans are puzzled about why the Battle Pass won’t progress in MWZ’s Uzbekistan. Find out all you need to know here.

Why the Battle Pass Won’t Progress in MWZ Zombies Explained

If you’re confused about your Battle Pass progress in MWZ, you’re not alone. Dedicated Zombies fans are understandably expecting progress to be shared across all modes but aren’t seeing that come to fruition. Thankfully, Activision has definitively stated that all modes across Multiplayer and Zombies will count toward your overall progression in the Battle Pass. So why isn’t that reflected in the Battle Pass right now?

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While you’ll make the most XP progress in Multiplayer, you can still earn XP from completing challenges and story missions CoD MWZ. If you’re encountering issues with your Battle Pass progress, it’s due to an in-game bug. Unfortunately, there’s no official fix for the bug yet, but the dev team has reported that they’re working on it via the MW3 Trello board. While there’s no patch date set in stone, we’d like to think it will be resolved by Season 1 with the new Battle Pass for MW3. Season 1 begins December 6, 2023.

When the bug is resolved, we can expect to earn consistent and accurate XP during Zombies mode. I know I find myself spending plenty of time in Uzbekistan, so it’d be great if that counted toward my cosmetics and flashy loot.

That explains why the Battle Pass Won’t Progress in Zombies in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Zombies. We’ve got plenty more for you to discover at our MW3 guides hub, like the best loadouts and how to level up fast.

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Maddison started her gamer journey traversing the lands of Runescape and World of Warcraft. These days, she can be found playing just about anything, and is always chasing the exciting discovery of a good game. Maddison has a degree in Art History and Fine Art, and is a freelance writer.