“Everything Is Too Slow” – Activision’s New Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 Survey Gets Trolled by the Fans

Published 04/19/2023, 7:50 AM EDT

Follow Us

Call of Duty developers, Activision, is known for their initiatives at making their games as accessible to their audience as possible. However, not always do their efforts gets the expected reaction from the massive community of loyal and highly protective fanbase of their COD franchise. 

America’s Favorite Video Today

Following the release of Season 3, Activision published a survey to collect insights from their player base and determine changes in some aspects of the game, based on the results. The main focus of this survey was to figure out what the majority of the players think about the movement and the speed of various mechanics of the game, but little did the devs know, fans won’t take this gesture in the intended way. 

Call of Duty Survey does not get the expected outcome

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

Activision sent a survey to certain players, collecting their feedback and overall thoughts on the issues. But this survey became a kindling to the fire of the players who are currently dissatisfied with the recent creative decisions and directions Call of Duty has taken in their latest titles, Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare II

The survey asked for feedback on the speed of the following mechanics: 

Trending

Get instantly notified of the hottest stories via Google! Click on Follow Us and Tap the Blue Star.

Follow Us

  • Sliding Speed / Transition time
  • Mantling
  • Climbing 
  • Sprint to Fire 
  • Strafing 
  • Shooting while jumping / After Jumping • AKA Bunnyhopping 
  • Stance Transition 
  • Walk and Sprint 
  • Tactical Sprint 
  • Crouched movement 
  • Swimming 
  • Aim Down Sight (ADS) 
  • Prone Movement
  • Dolphin Dive

Each section had these options to choose from: 

  1. Slow
  2. Too Slow
  3. Just Right
  4. Too Fast
  5. Fast

Overall, it was an introductory survey to determine which mechanics deserve an upgrade in terms of speed and mobility. But the results may not have been what was expected. 

Fans trolled the survey with sarcastic responses

On Twitter, the users who received this survey shared that, instead of answering the questions truthfully, they opted to abuse it to troll the devs. They shared how they intentionally slammed the “Too Slow” option to make the devs believe the game needs to be faster, which will eventually ruin the experience of new and less experienced players.

“They Squeezing the Nostalgia” – Call of Duty Fans Blast Devs for Pocket Burning Modern Warfare II Bundles Inspired by 2009 Classic

“Everything is too slow, plus allow us to ads/shoot WHILE dolphin diving and WHILE sliding,” said a user while another added, “idk why we need a survey just revert back to the beta movement they make a billion dollars every year btw.” And the train of thought continued.

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

What are your thoughts on the survey put forward by Call of Duty? Do you think this might work in their favor of sorting out the issues the game has been facing for a long time? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

WATCH THIS STORY: Top 5 Call of Duty Maps That Can Be Found In Outside World

SHARE THIS ARTICLE :

ADVERTISEMENT

Written by:

Rituraj Halder

1,212Articles

One take at a time

Rituraj Halder is an eSports writer with a strong presence in the Indie community. With a deep passion for story-driven adventure RPGs, Rituraj has spent half his life crafting intriguing narratives inspired by them, making him a modern-day storyteller in his own right. His extensive experience as a scriptwriter for entertainment shows gives him a unique edge in understanding the world of sports entertainment.
Show More>

Edited by:

Jito Tenson

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

EDITORS' PICK

America’s Favorite Video Today