[Poll results out] COD: Warzone getting Dev errors (5573, 6034, 6068, 6036 etc.) frequently after updates?
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on May 15, 2021) follows:
The Call of Duty franchise has been around for many years, and thanks to the popularity of its games, it became the third highest-grossing video game franchise of all time.
Seeing the success of PUBG, Call of Duty even entered the battle royale space with the release of Warzone that was first a part of Modern Warfare (2019) and now a part of Black Ops Cold War.
COD: Warzone gets new updates and patches frequently to keep things fresh in the game which basically prevents players from ever getting bored.
Updates often bring new skins, weapons, maps, re-balanced weapon damage, bug fixes, and other improvements.
But lately, it seems players have begun dreading updates and new patches for the game since these usually bring along more bugs and issues creating an endless cycle of bugs and patches.
Typically, bugs and issues in online games usually get addressed in a couple of hours or days.
But the COD: Warzone Dev errors that have popped up recently after updates or patches have bothered users for weeks in some cases.
Fresh reports from disgruntled players of the Dev errors in the game can be found on platforms such as Twitter and Reddit nearly every day.
There are usually some workarounds available to fix these errors. But should players really have to resort to spending hours scanning for potential workarounds instead of playing their favorite game?
The developers have even created a public board on Trello with details of all known bugs and issues in COD: Black Ops Cold War as well as Warzone.
This makes it a tad easier for players to know whether or not the team is aware of certain bugs and issues in the game.
Of course, just about every game has its fair share of bugs and issues. The problem here is the frequency at which new Dev errors keep appearing in COD: Warzone.
So it’s about time Raven Software, Infinity Ward, and Treyarch got their act together and at least reduce the frequency at which Dev errors occur in the game.
But we’d like to hear more from you. Do you think these errors are not that big of a deal or do you want the developers to buckle up and fix what’s broken?
Moreover, have you ever noticed the various Dev errors after installing new updates or patches in COD: Warzone by voting in the poll below.
Update 1 (May 22)
The poll results are finally here and it’s abundantly clear that most COD: Warzone players agree that the Dev errors have been popping up a lot.
95% of voters say that it’s a mess, while 5% claim they only run into a few errors, and 5% say that they don’t have any problem at all.
Thank you to everyone who voted in the poll. Stay tuned to PiunikaWeb for similar polls and stories.
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