Call of Duty: Warzone 2 players have taken drastic measures against an update they find disgusting and outrageous, uninstalling it en masse in order to take back control.
Call of Duty: Warzone’s Season Four Reloaded update has recently made waves among players worldwide, seemingly delighting many gamers across its entirety.
Since its release last November, Warzone 2 (now simply, Warzone) has generated much debate amongst fans. Since launch, players have complained about everything from maps and footstep audio quality, to Dr Disrespect’s previous label as being one of “the worst Call of Dutys ever”, suggesting it will likely soon die altogether.
Call of Duty: Warzone may indeed be in trouble based on fan reaction to its latest update: Season Four Reloaded has introduced three iconic characters from The Boys as playable operators; yet even this has failed to deter many players from uninstalling and discontinuing playing it, evidenced by an overwhelming response on Reddit’s subreddit dedicated to Warzone (r/Warzone).
“What an absolute disaster. How did they manage to get it so wrong – tragic if anything! Disgusting!” Consistent_Whole6917 said of The Boys series release. This outrageous statement shocked him. Don’t take my word for it though – they do make great show with The Boys series being one that first got him interested when discovering its Vought kit in store! Tatlik noted: “Now… my FPS dropped from 60-to-40; people are flying around killing me with bolts from their hands; something’s just… off,” and concluded by posting: “I can no longer continue this game!” “All I want is to play Warzone with my friend, yet the playlist requires me to conform and constantly bend to its will by playing quads with two squadmates in Quad mode, or adding duos back after they add superpowers for Al Mazrah – I utterly detest what Warzone has become; though it was enjoyable enough while it lasted; no longer will I suffer,” wrote Kingkresus in their blog.
Oh dear. Now all eyes are upon Activision as to their response to this outrage, although many predict they won’t take any measures themselves to address the situation.