Once Call of Duty: Vanguard is released, Modern Warfare players are calling for big changes to the Warzone.

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For the release of Vanguard, Call of Duty fans are appealing with the devs to change a fundamental part of how Warzone currently operates.

For the release of Vanguard, Call of Duty fans are appealing with the devs to change a fundamental part of how Warzone currently operates.

As many who continue to play Modern Warfare will know, Raven Software’s 2019 release has been plagued by a slew of glitches and errors, which some believe is due to the game’s popular battle royale mode, Warzone, receiving continuous updates.

Modern Warfare is a Call of Duty game, and many loyal gamers are still playing it today. So much so that, once Call of Duty Vanguard is released, players are requesting that Modern Warfare and Warzone be separated completely.

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Fans of the Call of Duty franchise have learned that the next installment will be called Vanguard and will be developed by Sledgehammer Games, the company behind WWII.

As a result of this announcement, several fans have flocked to Reddit to provide their thoughts on how the Warzone integration should function.

“Do you believe the Battle Royale will eventually be isolated from modern warfare once cod 2021 comes out?” Reddit user krushna1 asked. Because if the Battle Royale stays true to modern fighting, I’ll be forced to keep downloading pointless Battle Royale upgrades.

Wallhacks and weapons like the FiNN LMG with a glitch that stops players from seeing what they’re shooting at have been reported by players.

The continuous Warzone upgrades, which aim to inject unforeseen bugs into Modern Warfare on a regular basis, could be the source of these problems.

Separating the two games would also free up a significant amount of memory for users who simply want to play Modern Warfare.

Even though it’s been a few years, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare remains a popular game, with new maps being released recently for players.

So, perhaps, when Call of Duty: Vanguard launches in 2021, the devs will be able to address this problem for players who want to see Warzone and Modern Warfare totally separated.




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