Raven Disables The Ability To Edit Your Warzone Loadout
Warzone's got its problems. It goes without saying thanks to bugs, glitches, and hackers all having a tendency to dampen the battle royale experience that Raven Software worked hard to refine. If that wasn't enough, the anti-cheat measures and constant patches that the team work on don't really go as far as they might hope.
The game is still rough around the edges, and with a sequel by an entirely new developer galloping over from the horizon, it's not looking good for the end of Warzone as we know it. And now, Raven has disabled a fan-favourite feature of Warzone loadout edits with little notice.
Why Are Warzone Loadout Edits Disabled?
Not too long ago, Warzone made the effort to remove the ability to edit a player's loadout from the pre-game lobby. It was in an effort to nullify attempts to exploit a bug that let players apply skins from Cold War and Vanguard to Modern Warfare weapons.
Seemingly harmless, yes - but Raven cracked down regardless before the feature was restored. And now, the ban is back, for some reason - and fans are incredibly confused.
If you can't change your loadout, don't worry, because you're not the only one. Players are baffled as to why they were given the option, had it taken away, were offered it again, to then have it swept once again. It's a bizarre change, but if history is anything to go by, it'll be back soon enough.
Fans React To Warzone Loadout Editing's Removal
Fans are confused as to why the ban is back - especially when the camo glitch would be a fantastic feature for the game. One angry fan wrote, "Oh look we found some thing, must patch it fast.... things broken in the game, takes you months.... strange that." Another added, Can you please explain to me what the issue is with the glitch? It doesn't hurt anyone and I worked very hard for my camos."
Others argued that Raven has disabled it because it removes the incentive for players to buy blueprints and therefore could cost the devs money. The glitch is a feature that players have wanted for a while - but as long as it encroaches on interest in buying blueprints, it'll get patched over and over again. Figures.