When it comes to Call of Duty: Warzone, no one voices their opinion the way Courage does. The 100 Thieves member has spoken about his disappointment with the game several times in the past. His recent outburst came off as surprising since the streamer had hinted that he might just focus on one game from now.
Call of Duty’s battle royale launched earlier this year. The game has already amassed more than 75 million players but all has not been well for developers Activision. Warzone is flooded with hackers and the in-game Skill Based Matchmaking (SBMM) is another cause of frustration.
Making SBMM perfect in such a huge game is a hard task. However, Courage wants changes made so that players match with opponents that are equally skilled. Facing off against players that stand on the top of the leaderboard can make things hard. Along with this, there’s also the chance of competitive integrity going down if things persist.
However, when it comes to Fortnite, Courage has previously stated that as an Esport, the game has many personalities. The streamer does want some revamps, but these are mostly for the competitive scene.
Given Courage’s history with Fortnite, it won’t be a shock if the streamer moves exclusively to the game again. Could that be a gateway for many to follow? There might be chances of this.
Nadeshot, the 100 Thieves founder himself, has shared a similar opinion on the game and things don’t look to be better with the new Call of Duty title either.
Black Ops Cold War will somehow integrate Warzone and Modern Warfare. There are chances of seeing new settings, maps, and even weapons. What seems unlikely is a new system. It has been alleged that the game will have the same SBMM settings as Warzone, and this piece of information isn’t something players and streamers have enjoyed.
If things stay the way they have been so far, Courage might just make a shift. One can only hope that the developers have taken note of this and plan on bringing about a change.