Warzone Season 6 is full of issues, glitches, and game-breaking bugs, but players are particularly upset about its terrible PC performance.
Although Call of Duty: Warzone is in its sixth season, it seems that game quality is at an all-time low. According to users on Reddit, Warzone's latest update is leading to terrible PC performance.
In a battle royale like this one, every frame counts. That's why, on PC, many users strive to have the best possible equipment to give themselves an advantage over others.
Now, it appears that even users with the better gaming rigs are unable to capitalize on their hardware. Because of this, Warzone Season 6's performance issues are leading to some rather heated complaints.
It appears that consoles haven't been affected as severely as their PC brothers and sisters for now. Perhaps the Call of Duty League will soon rethink their decision to switch to PC.
Warzone's Terrible PC Performance
A post on the Warzone subreddit indicates that several users are experiencing these performance issues. User 'realityfilter' complains that they've seen a 30-40% drop in FPS since the launch of Season 6.
On top of this fact, the game is constantly crashing in-game for many users. And that's saying nothing of the game-breaking bugs that are spoiling the experience for Warzone players.
User SoProTheyGoWoah comments with his own experience with the battle royale title. According to the user, his Warzone experience has dropped from 100 FPS to near 60 FPS.
Lowering all graphical settings to Low hasn't fixed the issue either. It appears that Warzone Season 6's terrible performance is perhaps stemming from a CPU issue.
The user goes on to suggest that perhaps Warzone's new Subway system is contributing to the downgrading performance. With a moving transport system added in the latest season, perhaps the game is struggling to cope.
Others on the subreddit have complained about poor Warzone hit-detection, game freezes, and a range of server issues. One new popular post truly shows off how poor Warzone gameplay can currently be.
Right now, there's even an infinite stim glitch in Warzone that's allowing players to cheat for a victory.
There's also a new issue with Warzone bounties that crash entire servers mid-game. With all these bugs stemming from the latest season, it's clear that Infinity Ward has some work to do.
Although Call of Duty: Warzone is one of the most-popular battle royales on the market, it's becoming increasingly clear that it's also one of the most broken.