Players Encountering Problems Reviving Teammates in Call of Duty: Warzone 2 Due to Glitch
After the launch of Call of Duty: Warzone 2 Season 2, players have encountered a bug that causes them to get stuck when reviving their squadmates. This season of Warzone 2 has been released with some delayed changes that many were looking forward to, the most popular being the Resurgence mode, which was previously seen in the original Warzone. It comes with the new map for the mode called Ashika Island.
The trailer for the recent Warzone 2 Season 2 launch revealed a variety of updates, such as enemies dropping their equipment when defeated instead of backpacks, the revival of the 1v1 Gulag feature, and an overhaul of the DMZ mode with new missions. Unfortunately, the launch of the new season has been plagued by issues, potentially damaging the game.
Players have been increasingly reporting an issue with Call of Duty: Warzone 2 on platforms like Reddit, where those attempting to revive their allies during a match are then not able to move from that spot. This renders them very vulnerable targets for enemies or the storm.
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The issue has been identified by Infinity Ward and they have taken to their official Twitter account to speak about it. As of now, Infinity Ward is exploring the revive bug, and do not have any additional news at this stage. The Battle Royale bug has been listed on their Trello board, so Call of Duty: Warzone gamers can track the fix’s development. Evidently, this is a major issue for the popular Battle Royale game Warzone, but Infinity Ward is doing what they can to rectify the situation.
Players of Warzone 2 have recently encountered a Lagswitch Hack which has caused those affected to be disconnected from games. This is not the first time gamers have encountered bugs, glitches, or hacks while playing Warzone and following the Season 2 launch, there have been an increase in server and crashing problems. Therefore, many are hoping Infinity Ward will prioritize resolving these issues.
The latest installment of the Call of Duty: Warzone series is now available for gaming systems including PCs, PS4s, PS5s, Xbox Ones, and Xbox Series Xs.