Warzone Season 4 Map Isn't Going Down Well With Fans
Call of Duty fans are among the most demanding and difficult to please in pop culture, let alone the gaming space. So as you can imagine, the Warzone Season 4 map has rubbed its critics up the wrong way.
Over the years, fans have expected the AAA studios behind Call of Duty to cater directly to them and what they want to see out of the next shooter title. It's typical at this stage, and gamers have earned a pretty bad name for it. Whether it's Vanguard, Warzone, or the upcoming Modern Warfare 2, some think they know what's best for the gaming giant - and now they're getting angry all over again. Obviously.
What's New On The Warzone Season 4 Map?
Alongside the brand-new Fortune's Keep map that has been introduced to replace Rebirth Island (which you also aren't particularly gassed about), some minor changes have been made to the existing battle royale map in order to improve the Caldera experience for players.
The big sticking point of these changes is a 50% reduction of vegetation across Caldera, meaning that fewer players are able to simply squat in bushes and shoot out of them mostly undetected. Fans and influencers alike are delighted with the change, suggesting that this is a hugely sought-after switch-up.
But not everyone is so enthused. Pretend to be surprised. It's no secret that Caldera has hardly been the big hitter that something like Verdansk '84 was, and now that we know Warzone 2 is on the way, it seems some of you are just clinging on so you have something to play until Infinity Ward starts again.
What Have Fans Said About The Warzone Season 4 Map?
Though the changes have brought a lot of love Raven Software's way, there are still a lot of "fans" who have taken to the internet to express their disdain for the game, with some complaining that this change is too little, too late. Someone chuckled, "50% less vegetation! So maps going to be even less playable now, literally nothing to break line of sight."
Call of Duty will never please everyone, but it doesn't look like some Twitter users care. If there's a change in Warzone, there will be complainers. It's one of life's constants. Ultimately, it comes down to how much time the devs spent scrubbing out trees instead of fixing the myriad of glitches and hackers continue to swarm the map. Oh well, better luck next map.