Call of Duty Warzone: Player Count Glitch Prevents Match Start
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Call of Duty Warzone: Player Count Glitch Prevents Match Start

Chris Trout
10 March 2020

An inconvenient glitch seems to have found its way onto Call of Duty Warzone.

What seems to be a pretty flawless start for Call of Duty: Warzone, players are encountering a glitch that prevents maps from starting.

Although it is far from game-breaking, it can be very inconvenient and cause disruption to games.

Player Count Glitch

A number of players have been expressing their concerns that the new Battle Royale mode does not load unless all 150 players are accounted for.

Where in most Battle Royale games, the game will usually load after a significant period of time, it doesn't appear to be the case here.

 

So lobbies that aren't full will not load into the game and this prompts players to leave in search of a new one; leaving others stranded waiting for a game that will never load.

It's best to wait until the lobby is full until a fix arrives, to save everyone the frustration of waiting.

It's unlikely this disruption will play a huge factor considering the game has just launched and will have a healthy player count as a whole, but something to keep an eye out for.

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