When it comes to free-to-play military battle royale games, Call of Duty: Warzone has always been a great option since it came out in March. In this game, the players were able to both fight on the ground packed with deadly ‘toys’ or even jump into a car or helicopter and take down enemies in great style.
However, a recent and harsh move from the developers made it possible that all vehicles disappear from COD: Warzone. However, this was a necessary move, as there seems to be no other way of fixing a server-crashing glitch.
The decision is only temporary
The developer Infinity Ward itself explained the decision by issuing the following statement yesterday:
“A playlist update is rolling out now across all platforms! This update temporarily removes all vehicles from #Warzone.”
Therefore, you’ll be affected by the move whether you’re playing the game on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC. Hopefully, the game won’t have such problems on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X .
Call of Duty: Warzone is part of the 2019 title Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, although there’s no need for purchase. Infinity Ward and Raven Software developed Warzone, while Activision published it. In this game, somebody can participate in online multiplayer combats along with 149 other players. However, there are also some limited-time game modes that support 200 players.
Infinity Ward has all the reasons to fix the technical issue as fast as possible, considering the huge amount of players that enjoy Call of Duty Warzone. There are over 333,000 total players that compete against each other in the game.
We’re looking further for news regarding the technical issue of COD: Warzone. The title experienced other issues in the past, but you know how things go in life in general and in technology in particular: there’s no such thing as perfection.
Brian Dan is just getting his feet wet as a tech reporter but has already had his work featured in many major publications including Tech Spot and Tech Crunch. In regards to academics, Brian earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Brian has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.