"Warzone 2 is the lowest-level Battle Royale," says a Call of Duty pro player.
Published on 01/25/2023 at 14:56
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Some players in the competitive scene are speaking out as Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 undergoes a significant drop in player numbers. The latest installment in the Activision series has been left out by the content creator.
Is Warzone 2.0 already the fall? Is Call of Duty's passion in jeopardy?
Is Warzone 2.0 already on the verge of a comeback?
The average player who has ever played Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 has dropped by 20% between December and November. From Steam, around 400,000 players played the game simultaneously; at the beginning of January, there were less than 200,000 people playing it on the Valve platform. Despite the fact that the game has mostly negative reviews, only 34% of them are positive.
According to Dexerto, a YouTuber and professional Call of Duty player Aydan publicly criticized the game, claiming: "Warzone 2.0 is the Battle Royale that requires the least skill." Other public figures in the shooting games also reacted. Dr. Disrespect referred to Apex Legends as a "harder title with more talented players."
Is Call of Duty's passion in jeopardy?
Aydan, a former Call of Duty League player, is still required to compete for the title. He even declared that this new episode did not interest him and made him want to take a break. However, he recently began posting more frequently, posting two videos in the space of three days.
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