Warzone 2.0 Players are Enraged as Resurgence Solos get Removed

Tahmid Shihab Murshed
By Tahmid Shihab Murshed
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Warzone players are enraged as IW removes Resurgence Solos from the current playlist with the weekly playlist update.

Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 has finally received its version of Resurgence game mode. Set on the new Ashika Island, Resurgence is a very popular game mode. Like Rebirth Island, the new map has also established its own identity.

Resurgence is the same as standard battle royale, except it is fast-paced and has player respawns. Players are generally more inclined to the game mode as the respawn mechanic allows them to take risks while making excellent plays.

Currently, players can only drop into Ashika Islands as Quads following the removal of Resurgence Solos. The sudden removal of the Resurgence Solos has left players enraged.

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Players Unhappy as Resurgence Solos get Removed

In a recent Reddit thread by u/ATurtleMelon, the user pointed out the removal of the Resurgence Solos from the current playlist rotation within days of it being added for the first time.

Removing the Solo game mode leaves players fuming, as it is hard for most of them to get their friends together simultaneously. A Solos game mode allows players to dive into Ashika Island alone while waiting for their friends to join them.

Reddit user u/XPSJ’s comment on the thread expressed the current feeling of every Resurgence player eager to get back into the game after a long day. Infinity Ward’s repeated removal of player-favoured game modes and playlists only makes the case worse for them.

Infinity Ward’s repeated behavior of removing fan-favored game modes will surely backfire on them, as Warzone 2.0 faced a severe player decline at the end of Season 1.

Furthermore, players love Resurgence as a game mode, and a Solos playlist only makes it better for the game’s longevity, as most players don’t have enough time to get their squad together every other day. As of now, the only course of action is to wait for the next playlist update, which might bring back the Solos playlist again.

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Tahmid Shihab Murshed is an FPS writer at GameRiv. Born with a knack for gaming, he has played all types of games out there. He has a heartfelt love for Call of Duty, and other shooter titles out there.