The new playlists for Call of Duty: Warzone Season 2 have been released by Raven Software, but fans are already expressing their displeasure. The free-to-play battle royale chapter of the first-person shooter series was immensely successful when it was released, but fans’ attitudes have subsequently soured. Players’ dissatisfaction with Call of Duty: Warzone is mostly due to the game’s numerous problems and malfunctions, which will only worsen with the November 2021 release of Call of Duty: Vanguard. Free-to-play model of Call of Duty: Warzone drew in a large number of new players by introducing the series to the popular battle royale genre.
As part of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Warzone was later integrated into Black Ops Cold War and Vanguard thanks to the game’s ever-evolving nature. Xbox console owners are unable to begin playing the game as a result of technical difficulties caused by the game’s switch to the Caldera Pacific map. It’s been suggested that Call of Duty: Warzone would be rebuilt from the ground up to fix these issues and provide players with a better gaming experience. As Raven Software has unveiled through Twitter the playlists for Call of Duty: Warzone Season 2, some of the game’s fans have already expressed their displeasure.
From the 14th of February until the 17th of March, the schedule shows which game modes will be accessible each week. Rebirth Island alternatives are welcomed by fans, but the emphasis on Vanguard Royale over regular Battle Royale has disappointed many players. Players in Vanguard Royale are limited to World War II-era weapons and the bouts are faster than in the original Warzone.
While regular Battle Royale is only available in these setups for two weeks of Season 2, Vanguard Royale will be available in these configurations for three out of the five weeks of Season 2. Call of Duty: Warzone 2 is being developed by Infinity War alongside Modern Warfare 2 as Raven Software continues to promote the game despite the displeasure of fans. For the sake of long-term viability, the sequel to Warzone will be constructed from the ground up on a completely new engine, as was previously announced.
Few pieces of information about Warzone 2 have been published, although it has been dubbed a “disruptive” title and will reportedly feature a new sandbox mode. Raven Software’s efforts appear to have had no effect on the rising instability of the battle royale game, Call of Duty: Warzone. It’s becoming increasingly difficult to play the game because of a lack of technical support and a lack of variety in the game’s playlists. The crux of the problem appears to be a significant hatred for Vanguard Royale, thus Raven Software should make the traditional Battle Royale mode a greater part of the Warzone experience.