ALEXANDRA RAMOSDec 18th 2020 14:30:27
Call Of Duty: Warzone Players Aren’t Happy With Cold War Integration
Call Of Duty: Warzone Players Aren’t Happy With Cold War Integration
Despite the hype being real for its integration with Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, Warzone players are finding a lot of problems with new content.

Despite it being one of Call of Duty: Warzone's biggest changes for season one, many players are not happy about the integration of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War content intoWarzone. This isn’t the first time that issues like this have come up in the last couple of days, and with how much it's changing up the game, it was only a matter of time before players began to complain.

The integration of Cold War and Warzone was something that many fans were looking forward to. A big pull was that players would be able to keep their builds from Modern Warfare’s version of Warzone and be able to transfer that over to the Cold War’s version. But many fans are coming out and saying that despite season one being pushed back, the integration is still very dodgy and doesn’t seem to be getting better.

Reddit user DavidWurgy posted in the Warzone subreddit, saying that Warzone and Modern Warfare's integration worked so well that it should have just stayed that way, and suggested that Cold War's guns should be removed from the battle royale entirely. Another Reddit user, ruckh, talked about how the guns in Cold War’s version of Warzone are worse than Modern Warfare guns overall, saying there's no reason to use the new guns in any scenario. One other user, Like_A_Bossk, went on to agree with that, calling the combination of Cold War and Warzone a mistake. The user then goes on to explain how now, the game has duplicate guns with different stats with different attachments that aren’t comparable to the other guns or even compatible, and that the bugs, glitches, and everything else that has come with the integration, has made it not fun. Users across the game's subreddit seem to share similar feelings, with many saying that they plan to avoid Cold War's guns at all costs.

Players have been finding a lot of problems since Cold War season one started, and they're not all about the game's weapons. From glitches that have completely made players invisible to bugs that have ruined upgrades of weapons, the game has become less enjoyable, even though season one has barely been out for more than a day.

While the developer of the game has been taking strides to try and fix the glitches as quickly as it could, it seems that it has its work ahead of it not only cleaning up the glitches in Black Ops Cold War but also fixing its integration with Call of Duty: Warzone. At the end of the day, players want to be able to play a simple battle royale but with how the integration has been going so far, it seems to have lost a lot of its appeal. Until some patches are made, players are most likely going to keep finding reasons to complain - and maybe to leave for other games.

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