Warzone players are furious following the playlist update on January 11. Two “community vote” modes have been added to the rotation< a i=2>for which players claim to have never voted.
One of the somewhat controversial features of Call of Duty: Warzone is the weekly playlist update. It takes place every Thursday and changes the maps, number of players and modes to stay dynamic.
However, not everyone in the community is a fan of these rotations. Many even say they are disappointed to have to wait for their favorite maps and modes to appear.
Raven Software has attempted to address these concerns. So they created a system where the community votes for what they want to see appear in the weekly rotation. However, when the January 11 playlist was released, players were quick to point out that it had a big problem.
Warzone players surprised by choice of “community vote” modes they never voted for
In a tweet announcing the playlist rotation, Raven Software listed “Orlov Military Base – Trios”as a “community vote”for the game’s Resurgence mode.
📜 This week’s Call of Duty #Warzone Playlist Update!Battle Royale• Urzikstan – Solos, Duos, Trios, QuadsResurgence• Community Vote – Orlov Military Base – Trios• Community Vote – Vondel – Quads• Urzikstan POI Rotation – Duos, Quads• Vondel & Ashika Rotation – Solos… pic.twitter.com/wEuiKzogSp
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) January 11, 2024
However, as many were quick to point out, this community vote never happened. The original poll was a vote for the Quads, and Vondel clearly won. Although Orlov appeared in this poll for quads, Raven Software has never created a community poll for trios.
“No one, and I mean no one, voted for the Orlov Military Base,” said one Twitter user.
Warzone players weren’t happy about the inclusion of a map and team size that none of them voted for. “There was no ‘community vote’ for the military base to be in trios,” another agreed, then asking the developers to replace it with Ashika.
“Seriously, what are you doing? Just let us play whatever we want!» said another comment. No playlist update can please everyone, but some Warzone players seem particularly outraged this time around.