Well, they did it. The mad lads went and blew up Verdansk. The start of Call of Duty: Warzone Season 3, and the launch of a brand new battle royale game map, is underway, and it’s gotten off with a bang. Two bangs, when it comes right down to it: the nuclear warhead that detonated at the stadium, and the server points that hit at the identical time, conserving gamers from logging in to see the occasion ‘in person.’
You can watch the in-game cinematic under. The warhead silo opens and a missile emerges on a thunderous column of billowing exhaust. The guided weapon reaches Verdansk and lowers its altitude to comply with a avenue, certain straight for the church that stands close to the stadium that dominates the panorama. A flash, and we pull again to soak up the mushroom cloud, a shockwave rippling out from the blast web site and obliterating the whole lot in its wake.
Unfortunately, that’s the extent of what many gamers have gotten to see to this point. Players are reporting being caught in server queues, typically ready greater than an hour for an opportunity to log in to Warzone.
Here’s the trailer:
🚨 VERDANSK HAS BEEN NUKED! ☢️ pic.twitter.com/eteoZ1GEMR
— Call of Duty News (@charlieINTEL) April 21, 2021
Developer Raven Software says it’s engaged on a repair.
We’re actively investigating the #Warzone Destruction of Verdansk Part 1 server points.
A playlist replace has been launched that ought to assist scale back the frequency of crashes.
Stand by for extra updates.https://t.co/A4SmRKaZRZ
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) April 21, 2021
Something is inflicting the Warzone servers to crash for The Destruction of Verdansk Part 1, it appears. The studio has utilized a playlist replace that it hopes will enhance issues, however we’ll have to attend and see the way it shakes out. Raven will probably be offering updates over Twitter and the Trello board linked in the tweet above.