Call of Duty: Warzone players have called for a classic Battlefield feature to be added to the game in a bid to combat cheaters.
Since Warzone’s launch over a year ago, the cheating issues in the game have gradually worsened leaving many players tired and frustrated.
Of course, we have always seen the likes of aimbots and wallhacks, but mainly lobbies were left unaffected, however now it seems that cheaters are running riot in the game like never before.
This cheating pandemic has left many players wanting to ditch the fame for good, although not all players want to quit, some have been calling for Activision and Raven Software to take action and eliminate these issues.
Players have been quick to suggest a host of different ways the developers could achieve this from removing PC and console cross play all together to just simply stepping up anti-cheat.
Some players have recently suggested that Warzone should take a leaf out of Battlefield’s book and give players the opportunity to rent their own servers.
Reddit user ‘MadDog8762’ took to the platform to share their thoughts on players having their own servers.
The post read “Allow players to rent servers- would provide a solution to this game’s biggest issue.”
Rented servers means server admins
Server admins means, if someone is ruining your game, you just ping an admin, admin spectates suspicious player and yoink, dude is immediately kicked out if found guilty
PLUS, this would allow for some interesting Warzone matches with custom rules
“Only 1 attachment per weapon”
This would add a LOT of variety
Provide some respite from dirty players
And would overall improve the game, WHILE still providing the Devs with some income via server rentals
Other users were quick to comment and support the idea, hoping that the games developers will implement a similar system.
Of course, we can’t say for certain if this would definitely take shape, but this does confirm that players would be happy to do so if it ever came into fruition.
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