Warzone 2 players aren’t interested in “useless” addition of drones

Published: 2023-03-07T20:10:03

Updated: 2023-03-07T20:10:12

Raven Software has redeployed drones to Ashika Island, but Due to glaring issues, some community members were unable to enjoy the announcement.

Season 2 implemented several community-requested design changes to Warzone 2. The developers reverted the gulag to 1v1, removed backpacks, and added customizable perk packs. Ashika Island has also joined the Warzone 2 map pool as part of the season update.

Anticipation turned to anger after the update went live. WZ2 players slammed the “dripfeeding” of Resurgence playlists after the developers initially announced that Ashika Island would be available for all team sizes. Instead, the new environment only launches with Quads and rotates every other squad size.

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Community members reported poor communication and their frustrations worsened with the new KV Broadside shotgun. Players slammed the “broken” weapon for ruining matches. So when Raven Software announced it was redeploying drones, players wondered why its addition took precedence over other pressing matters.

Warzone 2 players not amused by redeploying drone addition

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The idea for Warzone’s Redeploy Balloons seems to have been taken from Apex Legends.

In the second season of Warzone Pacific, balloons were once again deployed to Caldera. This allowed players to zipline to a floating balloon and then slide from a considerable height to wherever they wanted.

Portable Redeploy Balloons also appear as field upgrades players earned by completing contracts. The feature is inspired by Apex Legends, allowing players to reposition and exponentially increase gameplay speed.

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on March 7 Raven software announced relocation drones are live on Ashika Island, which function similarly to relocation balloons.

FPS content creator TheTactialBrit responded, “not a word about servers crashing, lobbies not filling up, rubber banding, the gunfire, the influx of cheaters, development flaws, blueprints not working in DMZ.”

He added, “I just don’t understand why there’s no acknowledgment that the game is in a really bad place right now.”

Warzone_Loadout quipped, “now you can land flying shotguns on you.”

Other fans demanded that the feature be added to Al Mazrah as it is more needed on the larger map. We will provide an update if the developers address any of the aforementioned community concerns.

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