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Call of Duty: Warzone Fans Want Caldera Clash To Be a Permanent Playlist

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  • Posted on 02nd Apr, 2022 04:02 AM
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Call of Duty: Warzone fans are now requesting that Raven Software keeps the Caldera Clash game mode in the battle royale permanently.

p>While Call of Duty: Warzone fans were apprehensive about the new Caldera map at first, it seems as though some of them have begun to take a liking to it. Some Call of Duty: Warzone fans are even requesting that a new game mode featuring the Caldera map becomes a permanent fixture in the game.

Raven Software also recently introduced another change to the game that some players have mixed feelings about. Fans have noticed that the armor plates in Call of Duty: Warzone may have been nerfed without Raven Software notifying players that this change would take place. Prior to the change, players were able to loot 16 armor plates from a player who died with a satchel, provided that the player looting did not have one. Now it seems as though players are only able to loot the 8 armor plates that are contained within the satchel.

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Call of Duty: Warzone players do, however, seem to be enjoying the game's latest game mode called Caldera Clash. The game mode entails players dropping into a 50v50 team deathmatch style mode, which is won by the team that racks up the most kills. Unfortunately, right now it seems as though players will only be able to enjoy Caldera Clash for a short while longer, as it is a limited-time event. This has prompted many players to ask Raven Software to keep the game mode in Warzone permanently.

Thankfully, players will likely have a say in whether the mode stays in the game or not due to Raven Software adding polls to Call of Duty: Warzone to allow players to vote on changes to the game. Players have already been given the opportunity to vote in one such poll relating to the number of health points players should have in Warzone.

Polls may also be used in other future decisions in the game, such as the spawn rates of Juggernaut suits in Call of Duty: Warzone, as many players felt that the item spawned far too regularly. Thankfully, Raven Software has since adjusted the spawn rates in a recent update.

Raven Software also added another update to Call of Duty: Warzone by quickly fixing an accidental sniper rifle nerf. It seems as though the company accidentally nerfed sniper rifle headshot damage and was quick to make balancing changes to the mechanic. The new polling system will, hopefully, make changes like these much easier on both the players and the developer.

Call of Duty: Warzone is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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