Warzone 2 Developer Swagg expressed frustration with Warzone 2’s situation and challenged Activision to “get it together” before the remaining player base surrenders to the Battle Royale join.
The original Call of Duty BR was replaced by Warzone 2 by the end of 2022, and this was mostly viewed as a step backward for the series. The game had difficulty getting off the ground in its initial few months due to regressions in the basic gameplay, a swarm of serious bugs, and a lack of upcoming new content.
We began to talk exclusively to Warzone 2 developer Swagg on December 22. Swagg even came out and stated the game is “going backward” due to its dwindling player population, causing many people to be upset with the current situation. “They developed Warzone 1 and did it so well, and they just took all the little things and the lifestyle updates and brought it backward,” Swagg stated “.
Swagg initially opposed the absence of fresh updates, general clarity, and communication. Now that a few months have passed, it is obvious that many of his problems remain unsettled. “We just had the midseason update, and they did nothing,” he screamed in his new March 19 YouTube video. A file upload with the heading My Message to Warzone.
“Season 2 was our first update in five months,” he said, before highlighting that significant modifications and new bonus material can’t take long to come. 100 days later, the RPK was meta.” Even with their higher rate, Swagg wants them to test each update before it goes online properly. They know about the important matters and are resolving them; I just wish there going more quickly,” he added.
Confused about how a current patch could disrupt such a crucial system, he remarked, “They messed up Tac Sprint,” he added. Against the present title as a whole, Swagg claims that one particular factor, lack of “entertainment, to blame in Warzfore 2’s general collapse.
Since the game will never be flawless, make it interesting. No moments of community exist. When was the last time we all posted a clip on Twitter? No highlights, no clips. Clips were once often broadcast. No sniping or cool movement clips are included. Whereas the first game succeeded as players attempted to innovate through new tricks and gameplay improvements, the sequel’s slower speed and “simply far too quick” TTK have restricted that manifestation of skills.
Swagg believes that Warzone 2 still has a chance to succeed if things can eventually return to how they were. After all, “[he] is the only person who cares more about the success of this game than anyone else.” But if Activision doesn’t make up for those mistakes as soon as possible, the CoD BR may be destroyed. “They’ve got to do it all, or we’re going to be on Fortnite,” he said.
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