Recent changes to the playlist have left some players feeling frustrated and asking Activision to revert back to how it was before.
Warzone’s weekly playlist rotation has became the norm to players as Raven Software are regularly trying to keep things fresh and shake up gameplay.
Now, in a controversial move it seems that Raven have made the decision to remove all of the games standard playlists in favour of ‘Buy Back’ variations of Solos, Duos, Trios and Quads.
There is a major difference between Buy Back modes and the standard modes, this means if players have accumulated enough cash they are able to make their way back into the game upon death.
This puts pressure on the importance of cash, as well as shaking up the pace of matches, this has left some players disappointed.
After the removal, the decision was met with some mixed reactions however it seems that more and more players are turned against the idea and hope for the return of the standard Warzone experience.
Players have been taking to social media to share their concerns since these changes have been made, one fan said “Why in the world would they completely remove regular BR for it?”.
Reddit user ‘Bio-Shocked’ took to the platform to share their opinions, the post read “Unpopular Opinion: Buyback is the worst mode”.
“Why in the world would they completely remove regular BR for it? It is nothing like how the normal flow of the game would usually progress.”
“Oh cool you killed a team? Here comes another one. Oh you barely managed them? The original team spawned back in, picked up their guns, and shot you in the back. Rinse and repeat for the whole game”.
“They have a mode for the continuous respawn playstyle called Rebirth. Not everyone likes that style, so why limit the choices to that style? Thank you for coming to my whiney rant”.
The post was soon met with comments from other players who were in agreement, while some others were opposed saying that this experience offers something different to the standard battle royale playlists.
Many are now calling for further changes to the playlists to return the game back to its former glory, although there is no way to know if this will actually happen.