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Jackfrags Lists Everything Wrong With Warzone Right Now

It’s no secret that Call of Duty’s battle royale is in a broken state. Despite an incredible player base and enjoyable gameplay, here’s everything wrong with Warzone right now.

Over the last few weeks, Warzone has had some real issues. It’s clear that the fans are getting frustrated, with many labeling Warzone as broken and boring.

However, these issues are particularly frustrating to those who live and breathe the game. In a recent video, professional player Jackfrags details everything wrong with Warzone right now.

Everything Wrong With Warzone

In the video, which has already been viewed by hundreds of thousands of fans, Jackfrags begins by questioning which developer is at the helm right now. With Infinity Ward, Raven Software, and Treyarch all driving the success of Warzone, which developer is currently making the calls?

The YouTuber rightfully points out that communication with fans is at an all-time low. What’s more, big issues aren’t being acknowledged by any of the developers.

Everything Wrong With Warzone
(Source: Activision)

While game-breaking problems such as Warzone’s infinite Stim glitch and the Invisible Warzone player glitch were fixed, other pressing issues are being pushed to one side.

The biggest example of this issue is seen in the recent addition of 30 new Cold War weapons.

Cold War Weapons Are Overpowered in Warzone

Soon after Cold War integrated with Warzone, some guns were found to be very overpowered in the battle royale. In fact, the DMR 14 is so strong that it’s ruining Warzone completely.

Now, the time to kill in-game is so low that players are forced to use the DMR just to keep up. And, as Jackfrags rightfully claims, those casual players who don’t have time to grind out levels for the powerful rifle will be at a huge disadvantage.

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(Source: Activision)

If you can’t use the incredibly powerful Mac 10, or Diamatti Pistols just yet but you keep dying to them, players may be turned off from the game. Despite 85 million players, Warzone may soon be losing fans fast.

Thankfully, there’s a counter to Warzone’s DMR 14, Mac-10, and Diamatti Pistols. But it’s not one that every player will enjoy using.

New Ways to Cheat in Warzone

Warzone has a real hacker problem, but even those not using malicious code are finding it easy to cheat the system.

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Now, a new Warzone companion app ruins the game by revealing all players’ stats. This same app is leading to speculation of foul play in recent tournaments.

New Way to Cheat Warzone
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What’s more, using specific broken attachments is also giving players a major advantage in-game. Thanks to a new glitch, certain Cold War sniper scopes give players no glint, even at 20x zoom.

How to Fix Warzone

When it comes to fixing Warzone, Jackfrags has a few ideas of his own. Firstly, the YouTuber believes that the best next step for Activision would be to hire a Warzone Community Manager.

This could help players have a way of reaching one Activision employee with all the new issues, which the CM could then pass on. That same employee could then inform fans as to what’s coming in future Warzone updates.

Jackfrags also believes that a test server should be added to the game, to try out new major additions. That way, glitches that break Warzone for a long period of time, such as the Rebirth Island Attack Helicopter glitch, could be fixed before implementation.

Whether you’re enjoying Warzone or not recently, it’s hard to ignore its glaring issues. And although you can fight back against the meta with Warzone’s best Season 1 sniper, things don’t feel quite right.

Some fans are thriving in the new low time-to-kill game however. Warzone streamer HusKerrs even smashed the Solo Duos world record just a few days ago.

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