Warzone devs finally address console performance issues

Hamza Khalid
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Warzone players have been frustrated with the game’s numerous performance issues on consoles, and Raven Software have reassured them that a major fix is coming.

Warzone Pacific Season 1 has not been performing well on Xbox and PlayStation consoles. Players have reported major issues such as FPS drops as well as a large number of glitches.

These problems have led to the console version of the game being labeled “unplayable.” Now, the developers have finally addressed these performance issues and reassured fans that a fix is coming.

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Raven Software tweeted that they’re looking into Warzone’s performance issues: “With the mid-season patch tomorrow, we will be shipping initial fixes in order to help alleviate a number of different issues encountered on both Xbox and PlayStation.”

Players have criticized the state of the battle royale title on PlayStation and Xbox. Many of them have reported running into game-breaking glitches such as invisible Operators that ruin matches.

Many of these problems have been plaguing the game for a while so it’s reassuring to know that the developers have been paying attention to them. Hopefully, these will ensure a better playing experience on consoles.

The developers also added that these fixes are “the first in a series” and we should expect more changes in the future. Raven Software has a Trello board full of Warzone’s known issues on consoles, as well as their status.

They’ve been thoroughly investigating many of the glitches and errors in the game. So, even if not every major problem is fixed right away in a single update patch, the developers will work on them later.

For more, check out everything there is to know about the Warzone & Vanguard Attack on Titan crossover and how the Warzone devs secretly added the bloom mechanic to Cold War’s guns.

Image Credits: Raven Software

About The Author

Hamza is a Content Creator & Publisher at Charlie INTEL, who graduated from Bahria University with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration. He's spent the past few years covering news and guides for various video games, including Call of Duty and Apex Legends. He loves digital art, movies, and comic books. You can contact Hamza at [email protected].

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