Call of Duty announces Warzone 2 Combat Records delay
The Warzone 2 Combat Records feature has been delayed. This announcement arrived right before the Season 1: Reloaded update.
Warzone 2 Combat Records did not arrive with the Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Season 1: Reloaded update. Read on for details.
Warzone 2 Combat Records delay
Activision recently announced that Combat Records will be here as a part of the Season 1: Reloaded update. However, this update did not arrive ahead of the patch.
"Although previously announced, Warzone 2.0 Combat Records will not be launching with Season 01 Reloaded due to the accuracy of the data population," Activision stated in a Tweet. "However, we continue to work on this feature and the implementation of Leaderboards and will provide an update when available."
A release date was not given, but the Call of Duty team assured players that they will continue to work on the feature. This frustrated some players on social media, with one of them being Call of Duty content creator James "JGOD" Godoy.
Meanwhile, Timothy "TimTheTatman" John Betar replied humorously by declaring himself as the best Call of Duty player in the world.
As for FaZe Clan's Jason "Jev" Eugene, he acknowledged the amount of work required for such an update. Another reply on Twitter shared similar thoughts, noting that it's currently the holiday season.
What are Warzone 2 Combat Records?
First revealed on Dec. 9, the feature was set to arrive alongside Season 1: Reloaded. This feature boasted the ability to check gameplay statistics such as the number of wins and kill-death (KD) ratios in Warzone 2.
"The statistics present in the Warzone 2.0 Combat Record will only be from the activation date forward, and will not include statistics from Season 01 launch through Season 01 Reloaded (November 16 to December 14)," according to the announcement.
That's all for now. Stay tuned on Esports.gg for more Warzone 2 news and updates.
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