It is certainly a delicate moment for the new production by Raven Software and Infinity Ward, that is the new Battle Royale Call of Duty Warzone 2.0>/b>. The launch day of the title has already arrived on all the main platforms for a short time, but the very first reports of problems for the PC version are arriving.
Among the various cases of negative feedback that reach the net is that of the streamer Forsen, content creator for the famous digital entertainment site Twitch. The content creator had numerous issues with Warzone 2.0 on PCwhich is certainly not free from defects since its arrival on the market during the month of November 2022. Between impossibilities of any kind, such as with problems accessing online games with your friends, and bugs of various kinds, the new title released under the Activision banner continues to receive numerous acclaims – positive and negative – by users, even if the development team is taking measures by releasing new updates.
In fact, a patch was released on November 22 that solves many bugs affecting Warzone 2.0, even if the problems of the new Call of Duty branded title have not yet been completely resolved. In fact, there is talk of a patch that improves the interface and the gulag of Warzone 2.0 In this regard, during a live stream on its official Twitch channel, Forsen had a sudden crash of his PC due to Call of Duty Warzone 2.0. The clip, titled “Warzone 2.0 activates a hidden C4 charge in Forsen’s PC” and promptly posted on Reddit by the user Gorgonpistol, portrays the player intent on parachuting into the fray when, at a certain point, his computer showed the fateful blue screen of Windows to the streamer.
“Warzone gave my computer some help. First OBS crashed and then blue screened when I closed it“. Nothing serious for the streamer’s computer, even if all that echoes all reports of similar issues experienced by players in recent days. In response, NVIDIA has released a new Game Ready driver, the goal of which is to optimize performance, improve stability and correct problems reported by users. Warzone 2.0 and Modern Warfare 2 continue to win the hearts of fans of the Call of Duty brand, even following recent statements from Microsoft that CoD players have nothing special.