The Call of Duty series has problems. A lot of things are not going well in Warzone, Vanguard and Modern Warfare. Now the developers finally broke the silence.
Santa Monica, California – Whether Warzone, Vanguard or Modern Warfare (2019) – almost all “Call of Duty” games of recent years are currently struggling with major problems. The responsible studios didn’t get in touch for a long time, which increasingly enraged many fans. Now, however, the silence has finally been broken.
|name of the game||Call of Duty Warzone|
|Release (date of first publication)||March 20, 2020|
|Serie||Call of Duty|
|platform||PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC|
Call of Duty: Warzone and Vanguard with big problems – fans are frustrated
What problems are there in Warzone and Co.? The list of issues that have surfaced in the various Call of Duty titles over the past few weeks is long. Crashes, bugs, unfair weapons or a game that doesn’t even want to start – fans had their problems with the beloved Battle Royale and the main titles from Activision.
What has been fixed so far? Far from everything. However, many issues have been addressed in the midseason update for Season 1 Reloaded in Warzone and Vanguard. Minor bugs were also fixed in two smaller patches in the weeks before. Raven Software fixed an invisible skin but let two new ones appear in Warzone.
For many fans, the studio’s obvious efforts didn’t seem to be enough. In the Warzone and Vanguard community, voices were raised that the developer was taking care of the wrong things in the game. Even when Activision sued a German cheat empire, angry fans tried to pull a rope on the Santa Monica publisher.
Call of Duty: Warzone and Vanguard having issues – developer responded
This is what the developer says: After weeks of silence, the developers came forward with a common message on the
to word. “A message to our community”, it said, followed by a detailed statement on Warzone, Vanguard and Modern Warfare. “Our teams are working hard to fix all issues in Warzone, Vanguard and Modern Warfare. Updates come as soon as possible. We want everyone to have a seamless experience no matter what platform they play on.”
A message to our community. pic.twitter.com/a4xJTxVuGF— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) January 13, 2022
In addition, fans were asked to send in further feedback. This is the only way to find all the problems and improve the games in the long term. The account then posted some images with the latest patch notes applied to Warzone and Vanguard.
Here’s how the fans react: The reaction among the fans is mixed. Big names in the scene like ModernWarzone thanked the public on Twitter for the developers wanting to repair Call of Duty. Some fans agreed. However, some also expressed their displeasure with the overall situation.
- HunterTV noted: “Thank you for acknowledging that Call of Duty is broken but actions speak louder than words.”
- CursorzEU rages: “We pay £70 each year to release. It shouldn’t take this long every year [bis das Spiel gefixt wird – Anm. d. Red.].“
- WGawd97 writes: “And yet they will be too lazy to change anything.”
It is not yet clear what changes will come next. The only thing that is clear so far is that the studios behind Warzone, Vanguard and Modern Warfare now have to follow their words with action. Otherwise, Call of Duty threatens to lose many players. There are already some big streamers and pros who are turning their backs on Warzone.
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