Game studio Raven Software, the ones that handle updates for Call of Duty Warzone, has decided to pull out the load-editing feature a day after it was introduced.
The newest update for COD Warzone was the biggest balance update ever to date. It is called as such since it introduced a lot of changes to the game and not just a couple of them. Tons of fixes, tweaks, and new content were introduced.
There were some changes that were not written on the long patch notes that was released yesterday. One of those was the ability to edit loadouts in the pre-match lobby, which was an awesome addition for many. It gave players an opportunity to choose what they were going to use like perks and attachments before going in a match. They were usually stuck with what the loadout they have when they join a match.
Raven Software had to pull out the feature because it had complications. It made players spawn into the game with their full loadout, which would have been unfair. They would normally have to get that full loadout via a drop, but now they were arriving in match “fully-loaded”.
The developers did promise that they will re-enable the feature once they stamp out all of the issues.
Call of Duty Warzone is now available on PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.