Call of Duty: Warzone adds a valuable loadout feature, then eliminates it

There are more game-breaking bugs in Warzone. 

Call of Duty: Warzone adds a valuable loadout feature, then eliminates it

Due to a few irritating problems, Raven Software has disabled Call of Duty: Warzone's new useful loadout function.

Earlier this week, the pre-game lobby loadout option was implemented, allowing you to organize your own weapon loadouts before jumping into a match. When loadout crates dropped during a match, you'd be fitted with the custom loadout you sorted in the pre-game lobby, saving you time from fiddling with it in the middle of the game (thanks, Eurogamer). 

It's clearly one of the finest additions Warzone has lately adopted, but it's also brought with it a slew of game-changing exploits. It has resulted in players being able to spawn into a game with their loadouts already equipped, as well as returning from the gulag with all of their combat gear intact. It's also managed to grant gamers access to an endless supply of Dead Silence, which muffles your footsteps and offers you a slight speed boost. It's a game's top-tier field enhancement, thus having unrestricted access to it is naturally corny.

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The pre-match lobby Loadout selection has been removed in an update. Players will no longer be able to use their Loadouts to start a match. In core BR modes, this also fixes an issue with unending Dead Silence. This functionality will be enabled again at a later time. 15th of July, 2021 

Raven responded by removing pre-game lobby loadouts for the time being, tweeting late last night that "players will no longer begin a match with their Loadouts," as well as correcting "an problem with unlimited Dead Silence in core BR modes." The option will be re-enabled "at a later date," according to the studio.

This isn't Warzone's first run with exploits; Raven has had a lot of difficulties with game-breaking flaws this year alone. Players have been glitching beneath Verdansk to rack up kills, the annoying invisibility bug has returned, strangely lethal doors have appeared, and the famed unlimited stim glitch has reappeared.

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