The multiplayer component of Warzone 2 has been hampered by a glitch that terminates matches before they have even had a chance to begin. However, developer Raven Software is now looking into the issue. The community that plays Warzone 2 has discovered a bug that knocks players down when they are in the pre-game lobby and continues to do so until the game begins.
Several players have said that they are having this problem, and the number of unhappy gamers has grown since the Season 2 Reloaded update came out on March 15. The players are in for a trying time, but the good news is that they won’t have to stress about this for much longer.
The developers of Warzone 2 have acknowledged a flaw that breaks the game.
On March 17, Raven announced that they were looking for a solution to this issue through Twitter and their Trello board that monitors “Known Problems” within Warzone 2. “Thank you! The developers responded to a player who described the issue by saying they had a “solid concept” of what was happening and were actively investigating a fix for the issue.
With the previous update, the Warzone 2 development team has stated they are working on the most recent bug repair. The work will follow the update. While there has not yet been a schedule established for implementing this repair, the best course of action for anyone who does not wish to throw away their journey to the Gulag to arrive in Al Mazrah for the first time is to exit the lobby and try again.
It appears from Raven’s Trello that the development team is still working on finding solutions to the various problems that are causing the game to crash on PC, in addition to the numerous minor issues that have been slowing down the battle royale. This is where you’ll find the most recent information regarding the fixes for Warzone 2, but it’s also essential to keep an eye on social media and the Known Problems board in order to stay updated.