It is legal and even normal for companies to play a game and pursue the objective of wanting to ensure a certain economic return, not only to recoup the development investment, but also to they have enough left to consider it a million dollar hit. Now things go awry when something that seems destined to be free (at least in part) is used as a subterfuge to endorse something bigger. What’s up with that Warzone 2.0.
What’s going on with Warzone 2.0?
The truth is that not even a week ago, the battle royale linked to the franchise Call of Duty
And that’s what happened in the last few days, when some players realized that if they hadn’t accessed Warzone 2.0 with your purchase of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, are constantly required to do so under penalty of not having access to all the official content of the battle royale. Something that should not be so because the nature of this title is to live as one free2play for all those who decide to download it from the official stores of Sony, Microsoft, Steam, etc.
This is how a Reddit user explains it, who was a little surprised: “I probably played about six games of Warzone 2.0
Was this a premeditated decision by Activision?
Such a message is surprising when is supposed to be a battle royale free2play all players have access to all options of the game also, since another different matter are the cosmetic items and other improvements that we can add to our account and that are acquired with the famous COD points that it is possible to accumulate game by game or much faster passing by the cash register.
Proof that the community can’t be pushed too hard is that the game has a mere 34% positive reviews on its official Steam page, while the rest are all negative. The majority, due not only to technical incidents but also to this Activision fundraising effort that reminds us of every step we take inside Warzone 2.0 What should we buy (or so they say) Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 have access to everything. So now you know what the cure is and, as we told you before, you’re not going to like it.