Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 Unhinged Mode Out Along With Player-Killing Bugs, and a Lot More

Season 1 of Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 has finally dropped, and players have begun talking about their experiences on the new Battle Royale title.

The sequel to the hit Call of Duty sees players battle it out in the new Al Mazrah with their squad. Along with the returning Battle Royale experience, the title has a new DMZ mode for hardcore fanatics of the series.

Along with that, the developers at Warzone have also introduced an all-out carnage mode called Unhinged.

The new playlist joined the title as part of Season 1, and it can feature up to 150 players. The mode allows for players to join up as trios. However, the new Assimilation mechanic now allows players to join forces with enemies and create squads with a total of six members.

On the other hand, there’s also chaos among the Warzone community just a day after its release. The issue revolves around players skipping downed phase to die when gunned down by opponents.

At the moment, it isn’t clear what has been causing such an issue. However, the developers at Raven Software have flagged it as an issue, and they are currently investigating it, as mentioned in the studio’s Trello board.

And it’s not just major game-breaking issues, as Battle.net users are also having a hard time accessing Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0, as Blizzard suspended digital downloads on the day of its release.

Since then, Blizzard hasn’t updated the situation regarding digital downloads for Battle.net players, who wish to install and play Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 and many other titles.

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