It seems that the hype for the newest Call of Duty: Warzone season and map has quickly crashed and burned, with many fans and even content creators displaying their disappointment in the mode.
Jack "Courage" Dunlop, CoD streamer and Co-Owner of 100 Thieves, has stated on Twitter that he "officially uninstalled Warzone," as well as the words "Good riddance."
There were mixed reactions under the tweet, with some followers saying that they agree that the new Warzone Map isn't good, and that the loud audio of the planes "make the game unplayable." On the other hand, some people say that many streamers are quitting the game coincidentally as the new Anti-Cheat software goes live.
It seems that other creators share the same sentiment as CouRage, with creators like IAMWILDCAT comparing the new Season to Chapter 3 of Fortnite: Battle Royale and favoring the Epic Games title. With the new Fortnite Season and arrival of Halo Infinite, Warzone has plenty of competition in the gaming front today.
FaZe NICKMERCS has also cooled down on his rate of playing Warzone over the last few months, as has dedicated more stream time to Apex Legends. NICKMERCS has posted videos about how he dislikes the past few CoD installments because of the time periods. He even quit Warzone for a while because of all the cheating and stream sniping that he and his Warzone Squad dealt with on a daily basis.
The new Warzone has received plenty of reactions, both good and bad. Tweet us your reactions to the new Warzone: do you agree with the creators that the Warzone Pacific map is an "L?" Or are you enjoying Caldera so far?