News - Activision Broke Warzone 2 Again

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Frost here i hope you guys are doing well. There was a brand new update deployed in Modern Warfare 3 yesterday, and as you could probably expect, there were problems that arose when they deployed this brand new update. I know who would have guessed with their untarnished track record of releasing updates that fundamentally make the game better.

Too bad, that's not the case. Too bad consistently and repeatedly, what we have seen from Call of Duty over the last couple years, but especially this year, anytime they release an update, they break the game in some facet absolutely, unexcusable. Unacceptable, and I'm a little bit upset with myself here.

As you know, when season 3 came out, I decided to be Mr. Happy, Go-Lucky, and Positive. Mr optimist is sweeping under the rug the fact that once again they released an update that wasn't up to Snuff and that did not meet the quality standards of this community and of this industry, but again they slap me in the face and they show me why it is impossible to be positive towards Call of Duty and why it is impossible to be optimistic with Call of Duty because they simply don't care.


Closing after opening the after-action report, there are fundamental bugs that should be caught if anybody had quality control over an Activision, but they don't. They don't why would they? That would mean they'd have to pay somebody when, in reality, they can get away with it because so many blithering mouth-breathing morons have decided to just continue to buy Cosmetics continue to buy skins, and half of them are cheaters, and Activision just says the only time we care about cheating is during free-to-play weekends.

I'm getting really sick and tired of this because, you know, I want to be optimistic. I want to be positive. I want to look at Black Ops 2024 and hope that it can get better. I hope that Call of Duty can take all of its lumps from this year and improve. I mean, there is a good game here. I've said it before, and I'll say it again.

It's not all bad. The problem is that anything Activision has touched this year has been God. Unfortunately, there should be no reason why updates like this get deployed. You signed the contract to make this a live-service game that upholds your end. Just adding content isn't a live service. You also have to make sure it fundamentally works, Startup.


Could you imagine someone's experience over the last, let's call it, 72 hours? Then they decided to boot up yesterday, and we met with them. A game that crashed, kill streaks that didn't work on a controller—the service might have just been out. This is modern. Activision This is Moder Day Call of Duty.

They keep getting in their own way, and that is why it is so hard. To believe the things they say, it is so hard to get behind them and support them. Because they just consistently showcase themselves to this community, they don't care. They don't want what's best for themselves; they don't want what's best for this community.

All they care about is that sweet, sweet Revenue W coming in, and that's it, and it's a slap in the face to all of us. That's what it's become. And I know it might sound harsh, but I'm just being realistic. There is no other game on the market that holds as much market share as Call of Duty, and is this consistently incompetent?

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When releasing content updates, there's no other game out there because people wouldn't fundamentally play it; they just wouldn't play it. Do you think if Fortnite or Apex Legends were like this, they'd have the followings they do no what about hell divers, No, Csgo, no OverWatch, no, and the list can go on and on and on.

Normally, when you make updates to the game, you enhance it and make it better, but the quality of these updates has just gone down the drain. Yes, I've touched on it. There have been immense improvements in the quantity of updates that we've seen about them actually trying to create a better experience, but if it consistently gets bogged down by incompetency, it's really a net negative, because as much as I want to try to play all this new content, it's really hard for me to do that when the game fundamentally doesn't.

Work—that's the problem, and that's why sometimes less is more. If you can make a high-quality game with a little bit less content. I'm okay with it because it's of high quality, but when you just jam a bunch of stuff in and expect it to perform well just based on the quantity of your content, it doesn't work.

Look at Call of Duty and Vanguard. One of the biggest arguments with Black Ops Cold War was the lack of content the game had, but guess what? There was quality there, especially when you compare it to Vanguard, which decided to prioritize quantity over quality, and we all know how that worked out.

This is the problem. Deteriorated, it's nothing else, and that's what I'm really trying to do, for that's what this channel's about. I want you to experience the best of the best. I want you to have expectations that these companies can reach the heights of the best of the best. Stop accepting the bottom-of-the-barrel nonsense that they give you.

I mean, if I were anybody who worked on Modern Warfare 3. I'd be absolutely ashamed of this Call of Duty update. Today we've deployed an update to address the following issues that arose: restored account data following a temporary service outage. That temporary service outage was the third, fourth, maybe fifth time this year that player accounts were reset back to zero or level one kill streaks were once again usable while using a controller.

It's 2024, and we've lost the ability to use kill streaks to resolve hitching that could occur after killing an enemy on rebirth. Good job, just amazing job. Upon startup, players will be taken to Cod HQ rather than the multiplayer menu, just routine startup; they can't even get that right. I mean, Cod HQ in and of itself is terrible, but they can't even figure out how to make that work properly.

Menus no longer unexpectedly close while viewing the after-action report claiming battle pass rewards or purchasing a bundle. This tweet just encapsulates everything I've been saying: A competent developer does not have this issue. That's why a lot of you watch these articles.

A New Update broke MW3. The pattern is just brutal. Thanks guys and gals for watching.
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