Released in late 2022, Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 it brought a number of changes that made Battle Royale quite different from its original incarnation. However, it seems that fans of the series did not like them very much, which caused Activision to decided to “roll back” on some features present in the game.
After postponing the release of the second season of the FPS, Developer Infinity Ward has been slowly sharing some of the new stuff being built for him.. In addition to returning loadouts to buy stations, the company will cause in-game loot to reappear on the ground next to downed enemies.
Another change scheduled for Warzone 2.0 Season 2 is the return of the ability to find money at key points on the map. In addition, the developer intends lower costs of consumable itemswhich should make them more used during matches.
Warzone 2.0 prepares several changes
Infinity Ward also announced that the gulag will bring again 1v1 conflicts, replacing the 2v2 scheme present in the current version of the game. With the changes, the game will get closer and closer to the characteristics of its first version that, although it is still up in the air, had many of its features cut or restricted.
While Warzone 2.0 has lost some steam since its release, the “dying” narratives seem overblown at this point. However, it is clear that Activision listens to player feedback and wants to take steps as soon as possible to ensure the long-term health of the free title.
In addition to bringing changes to the gameplay of the game, Infinity Ward and Raven Software also promise greater care with their technical part. This time it has been one of the main points of criticism from players, especially due to the fact that Battle Royale bans can result in improper account bans.
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Source: PC Gamer
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