Call of Duty: Warzone’s huge The mid-season update was eagerly awaited by fans, but unfortunately it has suffered a number of serious issues since launch.
Surprisingly, the long-standing invisibility bug, which has plagued Warzone for months, returned with the update. This terrible bug, which allows entire teams to become invisible during a match, was linked to the return this week of the mini-gun variant of the helicopter. In response, Warzone developer Raven Software removed the helicopter entirely from the game to investigate.
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This is not the first time that this has happened. Attack helicopters hit Warzone in December but were quickly pulled because they were used as part of an exploit that made players invisible. Almost four months later, the attack helicopters returned to Warzone and, again, were quickly withdrawn due to the same feat.
But that’s not the only criticism of Warzone’s latest update. Raven quietly added the bombing killstreak from freshly unlocked Containment Monitor stations found on the map. More problematically, Raven also added the Foresight gear item to the game. Bombing and Foresight weren’t mentioned in the official patch notes.
Foresight lets you see how the circles will play out throughout the game. It’s an extremely powerful item, especially in the hands of a team of players getting their loadouts. But the real problem here is its cost: Foresight only costs you $ 20,000 from a Containment Monitor Station – an amount of money a team of players can earn relatively early in the game. the cost of Foresight is increased, perhaps doubled, or even tripled, in order to make its use rare.
Inexplicably, the RC-XD killstreak was added to Warzone purchase stations, but it’s positioned at the bottom of the list where the loadout drop marker was. This leads players to accidentally purchase the relatively useless RC-XD, which appears to have a problem climbing the stairs in Verdansk, instead of loading it. Raven has a fix for this.
There’s also the feeling that Raven didn’t go far enough with her weapon tuning – although it’s hard to call this update a weapon tuning patch given how little change it has made. He had. The official patch notes only revealed a slight nerf to the AUG, widely regarded as one of Warzone’s most effective weapons. According to the patch notes, the baseline AUG recoil amplitude has been increased. This isn’t meta-shaking stuff, and there’s a feeling Warzone could really do with a significant rebalancing in weapon balance.
Speaking of patch notes, for whatever reason, Raven continues to omit important game changes from her official change list, leaving prominent members of the community to work on secret buffs and nerfs. The video below, from Call of Duty YouTuber TheXclusiveAce, highlights the main changes discovered so far – in the hopes that more testing will be needed to find out more. TheXclusiveAce calls Raven’s patch notes “unnecessary”.
Call of Duty YouTuber JGOD has discovered significant changes in attachments, which can disrupt several meta-class setups in Warzone. But these changes were, again, not mentioned in the patch notes. JGOD’s video is below:
And Activision continues to ignore many calls to tackle Roze’s skin problem. I’ve covered this before: Essentially, this premium DLC gives Roze an outfit that makes her nearly impossible to see in the darker areas of Verdansk.
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There is a lot of pressure to launch season three of Black Ops Cold War and Warzone, which will see the release of a 1980s-themed version of Verdansk after a nuclear event killing zombies later in April. Hope is the reworked map, who fled this week, will refresh the battle royale.
Warzone remains an inherently superb game, featuring some of the best mechanics and guns in the Battle Royale genre. But it’s clear that its developers are struggling to avoid significant bugs with every major update. Warzone has become a kind of Call of Duty Disneyland, a virtual theme park that incorporates weapons, characters and mechanics from the various Call of Duty sub-brands, such as Modern Warfare and Black Ops Cold War. Obviously, the integration of Black Ops Cold War caused some issues, with weapons designed for Treyarch’s shooter in some cases breaking Warzone’s balance – or even just breaking it.
Shoehorn Will Activision Sledgehammer’s Call of Duty: WWII Vanguard in Warzone after its release later this year? If so, Warzone players risk seeing WWII weapons enter the fray. I’m afraid to think how it’s going to turn out.
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