Some of them are so enraged, in fact, that they're turning off cross-play just to have a few Call of Duty: Warzone games without cheaters. They learned that a whopping 65% of them found Gulag mode - which is where players go after dying to fight to stay in the game - too hard. Thankfully, we now know when it will be coming back. But now, PS4 and Xbox One Warzone junkies are facing these nefarious dudes, so, unsurprisingly, they're disabling cross-play as a result.
An April 8 patch brought about both Duos and Quads to much fanfare. The company first replaced the highly popular Trio option, without highlighting it.
Warzone's April 14 playlist update introduced a brand new take on the Trios formula.
The update also added a new variant to the game that limits players to sniper rifles and shotguns only.
The new addition came at the cost of standard Trios once again, however.
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Thankfully, Infinity Ward has made it easy to turn off crossplay in Warzone. However, there's no telling if the mode will become a permanent fixture now after having been re-implemented twice due to community demand.
However, while it was nice to have something a bit different in Warzone, a lot of players were frustrated that is was added in place of standard trios, limiting the basic battle royale action to just solos and quads.
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Infinity Ward removed the trio option once more which at this point was a complete disaster. The limited-time game mode, Scopes and Scatter Guns was swapped out for the more traditional Trios. People who choose to play Warzone with a controller earn the most frustration, since controllers are eligible for aim assist.