Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile, scheduled to release in IOS and Android later this fall, is currently in its beta stages. The overall response from players have been positive although certain aspects of the game still need fixes or refurnishing. Glitches, connectivity issues, graphics details, etc., is part of the overall ‘problem package.’
Warzone Mobile is rumored to be released in November 2023 – a takeoff from the release of Warzone 2.0 on consoles and PC on the same month last year. Seemingly to be released alongside Modern Warfare 3, the battle royale game will consist of 120 players in Vedansk with each match giving points for unlocking rewards in Battle Pass.
Here are some existing problems in Call of Duty Warzone Mobile.
The ‘sprint‘ bug
A recurring issue, COD: Warzone players on Reddit have complained about not being able to Sprint despite moving their joystick up. This heavily affects gameplay as it slows down movement and thereby, a player’s reflexes. Another user commented that the reload option isn’t working while sprinting in multiplayer and they have to swipe the weapon icon to load bullets.
Crash, glitches and freeze issues
Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile requires at least 6 GB RAM and Adreno 618 GPU or better. However, even in compatible devices, there have been several lag and crash issues. Reddit user Kevinlester pointed out that he was unable to download Warzone as the game constantly crashed during the second loading screen, when the resources and additional files were being downloaded.
Players have also encountered weird glitches. One user uploaded a gameplay video in which the vehicle she sat on had disappeared. Execution Moves got stuck midway. Meanwhile, the shooting game that prides itself on fast-paced combat has become a bit laggy in the multiplayer mode ever since the update.
Unoptimized graphics in Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile
Available in selected regions like Australia, New Zealand and Chile, COD: Warzone is slowly optimizing graphics for multiple IOS and Android devices. However, it is a ‘slight upgrade’ from the Call of Duty Mobile game.
Players understand that the focus is on gameplay rather than graphics but “there are newer games out there made by far less people, with higher graphics and better performance” as stated by Reddit user OrganicCollection459.
Given how many bugs and performance issues users are facing differently in each and almost every playthrough, it remains to be seen how the game fares after its rumored global release in November 2023.