Many CoD: Warzone players reporting wins and stats not tracking
Despite the excitement surrounding the incoming changes to Warzone in Season 3, a new issue has cropped up with many players reporting that their wins and overall stats are now no longer tracking.
How many wins you have is paramount when it comes to bragging rights in Call of Duty: Warzone. Everyone wants to have the highest number out of their friends and it goes down on your record as a badge of honor.
But some people are finding that their numbers are stagnating without any real explanation. Whereas the majority of the community are lapping up rumors about a new 1980s-themed battle royale and too busy becoming zombies, some are airing their grievances about this latest bug.
Aside from having fun and bonding with other members of the Call of Duty community, people put themselves through 20-30 minutes of grueling concentration to earn XP, rank up Battle Passes, and of course – earn a dub.
As reported by popular CoD Twitter page ModernWarzone, lots of the player base are having issues with their official statistics not being recorded properly.
Plenty of people replied to the original Tweet with one person saying, “Surely wins not counting is a massive issue? I’m fuming my aren’t counting.”
Even if you’re not someone who lives and breathes their Warzone Victories, statistics are fascinating and can also provide a deeper insight into your playstyle amongst other things.
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Although, WZRanked believes that there is an ulterior motive behind some stats not recording. “It’s most likely intended,” they explained. “Duos/Trios/Quads were renamed in-game to reflect the new Zombie mechanic and it’s treated as limited-time modes for stats purposes.”
If this turns out to be the case, then it will surely only be in effect until Warzone Season 3 begins.
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