Call of Duty: Warzone Developers Admit They Messed Up With Pacific Map: The next few weeks are expected to be a thrilling time to Call of Duty: Warzone fans. As a new season of Battle Royale appears looming. But, this doesn’t appear to have been the experience for a large portion of the players.
Unfortunately, various problems have dissatisfied some players with the game’s battle royale. Several problems have surfaced following when introducing the Caldera map.
The game release on the 8th of December, and Caldera mean to be a thrilling change of the pace for players following one year and a half in the Verdansk map. In the end, it didn’t seem to go as planned by the team from Raven Software had anticipated.
From Warzone PacificSeason 1, the players have experienced many issues with the game. The issues that players have encountered include glitches, for instance. That affected Buy Stations. Fans and content creators have expressed their displeasure about the map’s layout in Caldera.
Recently, the game’s developers made some frank remarks about the shoddy condition of battle royale as we head into the second season of Warzone Pacific.
During an Activision-hosted conference, the developer’s comments made with content creators and journalists regarding Warzone. Some people discussing the game were Infinity Ward’s Co-Studio Director Pat Kelly. Activision Game Director Josh Bridge, and Eric Biermann from Raven Software.
Call of Duty: Warzone Developers Admit They Messed Up With Pacific Map
In the conference phone conference, they offered an astonishingly honest statement about the situation of the battle royale. According to the game’s developers. They made several errors when releasing new content, including Caldera.
While admitting they made mistakes, the developers also explained the reasons for their previous failures. One of the major challenges developers faced was including different games’ content in the series.
Based on Pat Kelly, development on Warzone began to be an extension of the 2019 title Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. However, the popularity that the game’s battle royale enjoyed prompted the developers to add the content of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Call of Duty: Vanguard.
Incorporating elements from these latest games brought “significant development challenges” that made fixing bugs more difficult.
The three-game developers admitted that Warzone did not appear to be in a great state on the Caldera map. They also promised that they would improve in the next few years.
They also said that they would be more efficient in giving more information to the players regarding possible fixes to the game in the future.
It will be interesting to observe how the public reacts to these remarks from the main designers behind the game. It is hoped that changes will be made to enhance the experience of players who want to play Warzone during Season 2.
Call of Duty: Warzone is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.