01/14/2022 7:49 pm
The franchise of Call of Duty It is currently in a very poor condition. Vanguard not only did it sell relatively poorly compared to other installments in the saga, but it war zone it is also losing players at an unprecedented rate. Activision knows that things are not very good, and through a new statement, they have promised to solve it.
In case you didn’t know, ever since the new map of war zone, Boiler, players have been experiencing all sorts of technical issues, even on next-gen consoles. Vanguard has also had a myriad of errors related to cross play, and it seems that Sledgehammer Games It hasn’t done a very good job of adding maps and modes to the shooter either. This should change soon, or at least that’s what he said Activision.
A message to our community. pic.twitter.com/a4xJTxVuGF
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) January 13, 2022
Activision ensures that they are listening closely to the feedback from fans, and promise that updates will be constantly released to deal with some of the mentioned problems. In fact, a few days ago a new patch was released for war zone, which apparently reduced some of the problems on PlayStation consoles.
Publisher’s note: It’s a shame Call of Duty has sunk so low in recent months, especially as Warzone dominated for pretty much the entire pandemic. It seems that Activision’s internal problems are already being reflected in their games, and hopefully they can recover soon.