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Call Of Duty fans have been left furious (or more furious than usual) at the state of multiple games in the franchise over the past month or so.
Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare, Call Of Duty: Warzone, and Call Of Duty: Vanguard have all faced a myriad of issues in recent weeks. Unexpected crashes, long queue times, and frequent bugs are prompting players to cut their losses and uninstall the games altogether.
Modern Warfare, in particular, has been described as straight-up "broken" by a few players, while updates to Warzone and Vanguard over the festive period did nothing to improve either game's situation.
"All this has done has made me never want to buy a COD again," wrote one user on Reddit at the end of last year. "Worse, I won’t ever recommend the series again."
It's no coincidence that the franchises' poor state comes at a time when Activision is attempting to deal with mass developer walkouts over its current leadership, allegations of harassment, and the mass firing of Raven Software's Quality Assurance team. You'd think Activision would be grateful for a bit of QA right about now.
The publisher finally responded to these weeks-old complaints late last night in a surprisingly frank post that admits Call Of Duty is a mess at the moment.
"We wanted to take a minute to talk about fixing the game," Activision wrote in a message to fans on the Call Of Duty Twitter account. "We hear you, and we feel your frustrations.
"Our teams are hard at work addressing the issues that are being experienced across Vanguard, Warzone, and Modern Warfare. Updates are being deployed as quickly as possible. We want everyone to have a seamless experience, no matter which game, game mode, or platform you play on."
The publisher went on to outline a number of fixes it's already implemented across the three games, which you can see here.
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