Most of us love playing video games. However, there is one thing that can really ruin our game experience. Besides the obvious bad internet connection, there is one thing we don’t have control over. And, that is the bugs in a game. In this article, we are going to discuss the bug that was messing with the Call of Duty: Warzone video game experience. The bug was introduced yesterday in the game patch; however, but developers quickly took care of it.
The latest game patch for Call of Duty: Warzone is quite a big one. The new patch comes with several balance changes to the RPG, but also for Akimbo Renettis. However, all these great changes were followed by something that did not please the players—a very frustrating issue raised from the newly introduced patch in the form of a very annoying bug.
What was the issue about? Well, it stopped players from getting into a BR Trios match. Players that were waiting to get into a game match were simply left aside. Plus, those who actually managed to pass the queue zone and got into the match did not end up well. The lobbies were very low on player count. These game matches did not have enough players. So, because of this issue, the players just used the game for warming up…forever. What else could have they done besides fooling around?
Players took this problem on Reddit as well. Some of them even thought that matchmaking troubles were the cause of this issue. However, it was more than that. This issue was indeed a bug.
Therefore, Infinity Ward decided to intervene with a new playlist update. The latest update fixes the bug that affects the Trios part of the game. It looks like the bug was messing with BR Trios only. However, it also comes in aid to other miscellaneous bugs.
A playlist update is going out now that addresses matches not starting in BR Trios, fixes a bug in Reinfected Ground War, and fixes an issue for incorrect scores while playing Grind and KC in the 'Clean Up on Aisle 9' playlist.
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) May 19, 2020