Call of Duty: Warzone streamers have been calling for Raven Software to remove some playlist to assist with content creation. It seems that Warzone streamers in less populated regions are hoping the developers will remove some playlists altogether in a bid to make it easier for them to create content.
For players in some of the bigger regions, finding a full lobby is rarely an issues as there are thousands of players waiting to battle it out daily, however for those in smaller regions it seems to be proving quite an issue. These players are getting increasingly frustrated with the lack of players, finding a full lobby with 150 players takes significantly longer than for those players in larger regions.
The issue seems to have worsened over the past few months as more and more playlists are being added to the game, now it seems that some streamers are demanding they be removed.
‘Tonytheboy’ took to Twitter with a plea to Raven Software in hopes that they will consider the removal of some of these playlists, the post read “hey @RavenSoftware please remove some playlists from less populated regions like ours, it is impossible to find matches in certain playlists because of the number of active players, it would really help us to not wait 10 minutes to find a match with the same players everytime”.
Tony continued “I really wanna play VG royale but i cant find matches because people are scattered in all of 20 game modes avaliable, its really hard to stream/create content when you have to wait 10 minutes in lobby everytime”.
Of course, the issue with content creation will not apply to every player but the struggle to fill lobbies will certainly be present across many regions.
Raven Software have not yet addressed these complaints, it looks like players will just have to wait this one out and see if Raven Software take this feedback on board.
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