Game news “Warzone 2 is the Battle Royale that requires the least skill”: This Call of Duty pro player swings
Published on 01/25/2023 at 14:56
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As Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 experiences a drastic drop in player numbers, some figures in the competitive scene are speaking out. Content creator Aydan hasn’t spared the latest installment in the Activision saga.
Warzone 2.0, already the fall? The passion of Call of Duty in danger?
Warzone 2.0, already the fall?
Since its release, the average player present on Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 has dropped. By December, 20% of gamers had stopped joining on Activision’s multiplayer game. At its peak in early November, over 400,000 players are playing it simultaneously from Steam. At the beginning of January, there were less than 200,000 playing it on the Valve platform. Because, the game has mostly negative reviews on this medium. Many players denounce in particular the recurring bugs and crashes of the game. Of the more than 18,000 opinions published, only 34% of them are positive.
In short, you have understood, the public reception of this second episode of Warzone is not excellent. Despite the new features added, such as proximity chat, the rest of the content does not please. Beyond the general public, this observation has also been made among specialists. Thus, YouTuber and professional Call of Duty player Aydan publicly criticized the game, according to comments reported by the media Dexerto. Supported by 1.42 million subscribers, he pointed to the simplicity of the title, saying: “I think Warzone 2.0 is the Battle Royale that requires the least skill.” Other public figures in the shooting games also reacted. Dr. Disrespect notably explained that Apex Legends was a “harder title and with more talented players”.
The passion of Call of Duty in danger?
Player for the New York Subliners (NYSL) team in the Call of Duty League, Aydan is nevertheless obliged to play for the title. Specialized in the license of Activision, Aydan even declared that this new episode did not fascinate him and made him want to take a break. When the title was released, he had also radically reduced the frequency of FPS-related content on his YouTube channel. However, he recently started posting more frequently by posting two videos in the space of 3 days. Live, he said this, a few weeks ago:
I just want to take a week without streaming, without games, without anything. I’ve been wanting to play sports and stuff lately, to go out. I don’t know if it helps, I really don’t know…. I lost my passion for this game, like many though. If I had to choose, I’d sit here and be a retired old prick and play World of Warcraft all day, no kidding. – Dexerto
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