Well, Infinity Ward has been very weird lately. Call of Duty Warzone players were all happy until Season 3 update happened. Which removed the trio option from squad games, and added Scopes and Scatter Guns variant. This upset a lot of players and the game’s subreddit criticised the company for removing it.
Infinity Ward happily announced that will listen to the community and added trio back to the game. Afterward, the whole community was pretty happy, and the company was praised for taking quick action. The post on the subreddit had 6.5K upvotes and 1.2K comments, (95%) Upvotes, which represented the level of happiness.
Well, they removed it again this week and replaced it with Squads. Again the game community was furious and frustrated with why the trio was removed once again. Someone made a post in the community, that had 9K + upvotes with 1.1K comments, titled Infinity Ward is trolling us.
A Person wrote :
“I have no words for how dumb their decisions are.
Seriously, there’s no way they don’t do this on purpose to send a fu** you to their costumers for some unknown reason.I’m sure it’s not dev faults but some idiot with a higher role that doesn’t care about the community.”
Back for the second time
Well, Infinity Ward has added the trio back after facing critiques once again. The company tweeted saying “We hear you loud and clear! We’ll be doing a playlist update tomorrow night, Thursday, April 16th at 11PM PST that brings BR Trios back to #Warzone.
Warzone fans are still upset, about no information regarding the much-requested duo mode. Looking at how Infinity Ward removed and added trio option twice ,this is frightening. The game company should clearly focus on community demands and acknowledge them from time to time.
Released in March, Call of Duty Warzone had 15 million players in three days, and then it advanced to 30 million. A few weeks ago, Infinity Ward reported that the game now has 50 million players. Similarly, the game has also banned 50,000 cheaters in just 20 days.
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