It seems as though the Call of Duty: Warzone community can’t wait for the Season 5 update to arrive. Players have taken to social media to complain about the recent Season 4 Reloaded update. The complaints aren’t coming from the actual content that the update introduced, though. Rather, players don’t enjoy how “sweaty and laggy” they say the game has become since the update arrived a few weeks ago.
The Season 4 Reloaded update in Warzone brought the Terminator crossover, Titanium Trials, and the new Vargo-S weapon as well as other cosmetics. At first, fans loved the additional content that was brought into the game. Titanium Trials especially has been a big hit with the community. Raven Software even recently accommodated the community’s request to add a Duos playlist for the Terminator-inspired game mode.
However, aside from the content, fans have also heavily complained about the lag that has been ruining matches for some players since the update went live. That complaint popped up in another recent Reddit post on the Warzone subreddit. That wasn’t the only complaint, though; the post also cited sweaty lobbies, a boring meta, and other reasons for the Season 4 Reloaded update being “unpleasant” to play.
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The original poster claims that Titanium Trials are “sweaty and laggy;” they also say Warzone has no variety when it comes to the meta. As of right now, guns like the KG M40 and Armaguerra 43 are dominating the meta, leading to some frustrations.
Comments began to roll in below the Reddit post, with one commenter saying, “I haven’t been able to enjoy the game, either. I’m thankful Plunder is now in the playlist.” However, according to another commenter, Plunder is also experiencing lag issues, with packet bursts and stuttering occurring more than normal.
It’s unclear if Raven Software plans to address some of these issues in Warzone Season 5. That content update arrives on Aug. 24, so players only have to last a little longer to escape the Season 4 Reloaded update in Warzone.
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