It appears that content creators are becoming fed up with Warzone after the game begins to steer towards being Pay to Win.
At its core, Call of Duty Warzone is a completely Free-to-Play game, but there’s plenty of incentive to spend money. Although doing so won’t give you any in-game advantage, Activision appears to be pushing sales harder than ever right now.
Recently, we saw the first major RICOCHET anti-cheat ban wave remove cheaters from Warzone. But if you’re thinking of heading back into the Battle Royale, it’s important to take note of the Warzone Pay to Win issues.
And while some Warzone players are quitting because of glitches and Caldera issues, others are feeling exhausted by the new Vanguard grind.
Is Warzone Pacific Pay to Win?
Is Warzone Pacific Pay to Win now that Caldera is here? New evidence certainly suggests so.
In a new video by TheTacticalBrit, the content creator discusses Warzone’s recent Pay to Win issues. And although we’ve seen Pay to Win Blueprints and skins in Warzone previously, fans have now had enough.
TheTacticalBrit attests that Activision is pushing sales of Call of Duty Vanguard hard after the game met with ‘disappointing’ sales.
With the integration of Vanguard into Warzone, Activision is giving players plenty of Blueprints to purchase, to avoid having to level up their guns. Meanwhile, new weapons have an insane number of attachments to grind for, something that is far trickier in Warzone than Vanguard.
Recently, the Warzone Double XP event even excluded Plunder, seemingly in an effort to discourage players from grinding their guns. This left users with Vanguard as the only option when it comes to maxing out guns fast.
“I play this game pretty much every day as a content creator, and I’ve only leveled up a handful of guns,” TheTacticalBrit reports.
The YouTuber goes on to state that casual Warzone players have almost no chance of keeping up with the meta without spending money.
And although there’s this fast weapon XP trick still live in Warzone, many gamers likely resorted to purchasing Vanguard over the holidays.
There’s no wonder that Warzone fans want Raven Software replaced by a new developer right now. But the current Pay to Win issues are more likely due to Warzone publisher Activision.
Is Warzone becoming Pay to Win? How far do you agree with TheTacticalBrit‘s claims?
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