JGOD declares Warzone Season 2 will be “another setback” if lingering issues are not fixed

Warzone Pacific has been plagued with bugs, crashes, and hackers, JGOD fuming that these will ruin Season 2 if they aren’t fixed immediately.

Season 1 of Warzone Pacific was the fun part, to say the least. Are from cheaters are raging about their broken hacks arrive flying cars around Caldera, a lot has gone down.

On top of that, the game was almost unplayable for console players because the textures failed to load or the game got stuck in gaping hole.

This is why the developers announced Part 2 will be delayed, so the studio can have more time to look into the game’s issues. However, Warzone expert JGOD is furious that nothing has changed and he thinks the next season could end up being a failure.

JGOD is worried that Warzone Season 2 will fail

In one YouTube Videos posted on February 7, JGOD turned back the clock and reviewed some tweets from Call of Duty. He highlighted various issues in the game that have yet to be fixed.

An announcement from CoD on January 11 promised to fix many issues for console players. That is still unresolved. Then he pulled up a ADS problem since 2019 that’s still happening in the game today.

Warzone slide glitch still frustrates players though "fixed"

Warzone players are seeing the glitches and bugs that plagued Season 1.

In continuing his words, he mentions that the developers claim to be working on solving these problems but not yet. He believes this could be the downfall of BR. “In case [all the issues] not fixed, it will be a failed season. “

JGOD thinks Raven Software can still save the season but it will require a tall order. “They need to make sure this update fixes 99% of the current issues we’re having.”

Season 2 is set to launch on February 14th so make sure to check back Call of Duty page for all the latest information. JGOD declares Warzone Season 2 will be “another setback” if lingering issues are not fixed

Emma Bowman

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