Will Call of Duty Warzone Improve if More Content Creators Voiced Their Frustration?

Published 03/07/2021, 12:48 PM EST


Activision have had their hands full for a long time with the release of Season 2. The new update has introduced various fresh changes for Call of Duty Warzone, Black Ops Cold War Multiplayer and Zombies. The fans have loved the recent additions to the game, such as the Outbreak mode for Zombies. But even with all the new content, fans are still frustrated by the countless issues and bugs the game faces. These frustrations have been amplified by content creators who play the game regularly.

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Call of Duty content creators are not happy

The most recent issue that players and creators have become frustrated with is the new Roze skin in Warzone. The skin is an alternative option for operator Rook that changes her green armor to a black wetsuit.

The entire body of the operator is pitch black with black face paint. This makes them almost impossible to see in low-lit areas such as buildings, and they can easily camouflage in the shadows. Creators such as Courage have called the skin a “pay-to-win” and they want it removed.

But the biggest issue that players have with the franchise is the rampant cheating that persists in the game. Without a robust anti-cheat system, the game has hackers who use software such as aimbot that ruin the experience for others.

The issue has gotten so out of hand that most lobbies usually have at least one hacker in the game that creators end up reporting while playing the game. Creators have become tired of Activision for not giving them any answers about the lack of an anti-cheat.

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How content creators are helping improve the game

After the game showed no signs of slowing these hackers, popular British YouTuber Vikkstar123 quit Warzone after frustration got the better of him. This was a major shot in the arm for Activision, as Vikkstar was one of the franchise’s biggest content creator from the early days of Modern Warfare 2. Fans theorized that his departure led to the massive ban spree from the developers where almost 60,000 accounts received the axe.

Other streamers such as Dr Disrespect and Syndicate have also voiced their frustration with the various gameplay mechanics. While the developers have rolled out multiple patch fixes for bugs and glitches, fans are still unsure if these creators can create a major wave where the developers would actively fix most of the problems and not just the minor issues as they do now.

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It remains to be seen if Activision will fix all the problems before they might integrate it with Call of Duty 2021, but fans still hope that it will get fixed soon.

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Rupesh Nair

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Rupesh is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. Currently a student at Mumbai University, he has been involved with eSports since his childhood. Having played titles like Fallout 4, Minecraft, FIFA, Portal 2 and Halo 4 extensively, Rupesh has a deep understanding of the sport.

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