Since then, numerous players have encountered issues getting into games, stuttering during matches, and a plethora of other server-related issues. But now, over a week since the Season 3 launch, Activision has acknowledged the problem and is working on a fix.
“We are investigating reports of server-related gameplay issues and are actively working to resolve them,” reads the tweet from the official Call of Duty Twitter account.
These server issues have impacted the community as a whole and prominent Call of Duty streamers have been vocal about the state of Warzone 2, using their platforms to request fixes from developers.
Popular streamer JoeWo shared a clip of him dying at the start of a match after his parachute failed to deploy due to a server issue.
The streamer noted that Activision should “fix the servers first,” before patching other issues such as mission tracking.
It’s unclear when the Warzone 2 servers will be fixed fully, as Activision did not offer a timeframe. Players can view the official Warzone 2 Trello board to see all the known problems plaguing the game.
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