With the latest update for Call of Duty: Warzone, Infinity Ward introduced a new type of "bounty" orders. However, they did not tell the players that they were replacing the old orders with them.

Call of Duty: Warzone

With Patch 1.20 a lot has happened in Call of Duty: Warzone or Modern Warfare. An innovation is the new bounty contract with the name "Most Wanted". If you activate this order you will be marked as a target for all players on the map. If you survive the expiry time, all fallen teammates can go back into the game.

The bottom line sounds like a nice addition to the game. Getting the whole team back at high risk as the last survivor can certainly pay off in some situations. Picking up the order is optional anyway. If you don't feel like the John Wick number, you can simply do the normal bounties. Well, that's just not possible anymore.

The "Most Wanted"-Order replaces all normal bounties. In the first variant of the patch notes, however, this was not really clear, since the wording has been changed. Of course, the players noticed it earlier and in reddit the excitement is great.

Some are just pissed off and write like spaceshipcommander: "They have serious meetings about how to break the game and then they do it." Others also explain why they think the decision is bad, writes Rickdaddy47: “For me, bounties were a good way to speed up the game. It was my favorite job. ”

Even the former CoD professional and streamer Tyler "TeePee" Polchow is not very enthusiastic:

Many players disagree with the decision to replace the bounties. There is also a lot of discussion about the selection of playlists in Modern Warfare, as well as about the absence of the duos for Warzone. It is clear that Infinity Ward cannot offer dozens of modes and playlists, otherwise they would split the players too much and thus lengthen the waiting times. The frequent changes (also to the playlists) should probably offer variety. How is this approach received by you? Write your opinion in the comments.

Daniel Hartmann
Daniel Hartmann, GIGA expert for FPS, e-sports, streaming culture and mass effect.

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