Modern Warfare players want a new feature to replace map voting

Map voting has been a feature in most of the Call of Duty games over the last few years, allowing players to skip a map or choose a random map if none of the maps on offer are to their liking. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has done away with this feature for various reasons, and fans aren’t happy.

One of the reasons why map voting was removed is because the data showed that players would simply leave the lobby if the map they voted for didn’t get picked. Some players also complained that they’d get stuck playing the same popular maps over and over again because some people would always vote for them.

Despite the addition of new maps in Season 2, many players are still unhappy with the map selection in Modern Warfare. Some maps like Arklov Peak, Grazna Raid, and Euphrates Bridge have come under the most criticism for being large and open, making games slower and allowing players to be killed from far by unseen players. Some defend the new maps saying that they require more skill and make the gameplay more tactical instead of being more like “arena”-style shooters.

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