Here’s all you need to know about the upcoming Warzone Cup LTM, which will be available in Warzone 2 with the Season 1 Reloaded update.
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The Combat Record feature was meant to be available to Warzone 2 players with the Season 1 Reloaded update , but the developers have stated that a delay would keep it unavailable for the time being, generating frustration among the player base.
The new Warzone Cup LTM for Call of Duty debuts today and marks the release of new skins with a soccer theme that include Lionel Messi, Neymar Jr., and other stars. This new game mode has aspects of Call of Duty mixed with Rocket League.
Here is all the information you need to know about the Combat Record feature delay and why .
The Warzone 2 Combat Record was planned to be released on December 14, but the developers informed that the feature has been delayed.
The decision to delay the feature was made due to « the accuracy of the data population, » according to this Call of Duty twitter post. This suggests that the data gathered isn’t accurate enough to be shown to players via an in-game Combat Record.
Although previously announced, Warzone 2.0 Combat Records will not be launching with Season 01 Reloaded due to the accuracy of the data population. However, we continue to work on this feature and the implementation of Leaderboards and will provide an update when available.
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) December 14, 2022
Infinity Ward has gone on to add that it will work on this feature as well as the « development of Leaderboards, » but hasn’t provided an ETA for when either of these would be accessible. It appears that an official Warzone 2 KD tracker will be available around February 2023, when the battle royale’s second season is set to release. However, if problems persist, we may have to wait much longer. There’s no indication that current metrics will be included in the Combat Record feature when it launches, but we’d like to hope that everyone’s hard work isn’t in vain.
Here Some streamers and pro reactions :
‘TimTheTatman’ claims to be the top Call of Duty: Warzone player in the world, yet it’s impossible to verify this. The announcement was also parodied by the Warzone stat tracking website WZRanked, which offered to « work for free and during holidays » on the features.
» So February? WOW, » responded CoD YouTuber JGOD in reference to the anticipated February 1 release of the Season 2 update. Also Jukeyz, a Warzone pro, remarked, « Devastating I was looking forward to grinding like that, » and TrueGameData, a stats expert, wished « they had placed beta in the title of Warzone 2 as well, not only DMZ. »