Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 launched last week, but the battle royale sequel has already passed the 25 million player milestone.
The official Call of Duty series account thanked Warzone 2.0 players for their accomplishments. twittersome users met the announcement with a mixture of fanfare and complaints about unstable server connections.
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) November 21, 2022
While this milestone seems to indicate that early issues haven’t dampened Warzone’s momentum, Battle Royale has had some frustrating glitches. I took to Reddit to report a strange error asking me to lock myself out. Buy Modern Warfare 2 Even if you already own one.
another glitch bend some models are not shown, thanks to this problem, leaving the unsuspecting person open and shot at by the enemy. While player records for invisible glitches show users like YouTuber SuperEvan taking shots and dying with no apparent source of damage, in-game kills his cam shows that invisible his player is post-mortem apparent. Reveals places hidden in plain sight.
Prior to the launch of Warzone 2.0, Activision announced its plans for: Take your first game offline for 12 days Call of Duty: Warzone before rebooting as Caldera. The downtime is part of the publisher’s larger strategy to keep both games “fully stable,” which Warzone players are gifting as compensation for the 2.0 launch. must receive
Developer Raven Software has acknowledged some (but not all) of the issues reported in Warzone. trello board.
IGN reflects some of those complex emotionsIt’s in an ongoing review. Early impressions of Warzone 2.0 call it a “fun evolution of its predecessor” if the server remains stable enough to finish a match.
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