Warzone players in disbelief over removal of battle royale Quads

Call of Duty: Warzone players have been left frustrated with developers Infinity Ward, following their decision to temporarily replace battle royale Quads with realism mode. 

Game modes have been fairly limited since Warzone’s release. Players were forced to wait a few months for Duos mode but, since the start of Season 4, there has been a noticeable inclusion of a wider variety of modes, including rumble and realism.

Unfortunately, this means that some fan-favorite modes have seen temporary removals. There was criticism of the decision to remove Plunder and, following changes made on June 19, Infinity Ward have come under renewed criticism.

The June 19 changes saw Realism Quads replace standard battle royale Quads, in a move that appears seriously unpopular. Realism is more akin to hardcore modes, with no HUD, minimal health and maximum damage. In other words, dying takes a split second.

Less than 24 hours after its removal, there have been countless calls to add the standard Quads mode back as a matter of urgency.

Many have been left confused by Infinity Ward’s decision which, while being confirmed as temporary, has seen the removal of one of Warzone’s original – and most popular – battle royale game modes.

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