Infinity Ward just are not getting the message about trios, after they once again removed the option from Warzone’s battle royale mode.
Fans love playing trios in Call Of Duty: Warzone but for some reason Infinity Ward are desperate to stop them.
For no apparent reason the 3 vs. 3 option has been removed from the battle royale mode for a second time, after it had to be reinstated after a fan backlash.
The first time was kind of understandable, as quads had just been added and Infinity Ward were keen to promote it, but making the same mistake twice is getting close to trolling.
It wasn’t obvious at first but the Scopes and Scatter Guns from the most recent update, which is a 3 vs. 3 mode, completely replaces the normal trios option.
Presumably this was also an attempt to ensure people gave the new mode a chance, but the decision has not gone down well on social media and a second reinstatement now seems inevitable.
At the moment the game only has solos and quads options, plus Scopes and Scatter Guns, whereas many fans are demanding that solos, duos (which has already been leaked), trios, and quads be kept permanently, as standard.
With many multiplayer games, developers are wary of having too many modes available at once, as it splits the player base and it becomes difficult to get a match quickly.
That hardly seems a problem given Modern Warfare’s 50 million players though, especially as Warzone is free-to-play.
Trios isn’t the only thing Infinity Ward, and co-developer Raven Software, are being awkward about though as despite trolling fans about it on April Fool’s Day there still isn’t a Shipment-only playlist or any way to pick what map you want to play.
Some of this can be put down to tradition and the way Call Of Duty has always worked but upsetting fans this much can’t be good for anyone’s blood pressure.
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