Warzone 2’s Constant Crashing Issues Leave Nadeshot Raging at Infinity Ward

Nadeshot was left furious as Warzone 2 kept crashing during his nuke run. Following the crashes, he slammed Infinity Ward for not fixing their game.

Call of Duty Warzone 2 has been a massive success for Activision. The sequel to Warzone Caldera, the new battle royale, introduces the largest map in CoD history alongside new mechanics from Modern Warfare 2.

Although the game has been an instant hit worldwide, the launch has not been smooth sailing for most players. Many fans have reported that they have gotten dev errors multiple times since launch. Recently, former CoD pro and 100 Thieves owner Nadeshot faced the same issue in-game that left him raging at Infinity Ward.

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Nadeshot Rages at Infinity Ward after Warzone 2 Crash

In a recent stream, Nadeshot aimed to get a tactical nuke in Warzone 2. However, during his nuke run, his game unexpectedly crashed at an awful time, leaving him enraged.

In Warzone 2, players can drop a nuke by winning five consecutive matches and starting the nuke contract in the next game. Meanwhile, 9 hours into his nuke run, Nadeshot and his squad were on their fourth win streak when Nadeshot’s game crashed.

The sudden crash left Nadeshot raging at the devs for their delay in fixing these problems in-game. He said, “you sit here for nine hours trying to do this thing. You get to the fifth game, and the game crashes on a state-of-the-art PC! I spent five grand on this thing for the f**king game to crash!”

He then went ahead, slamming IW, “I know I sound like a whiny little guy complaining about a video game, but Jesus Christ. Fix your f**king game! You just made a billion dollars, and you’ve done it every year. Every year you have made $1+ billion from this game, and I can’t even play it!”

However, Nadeshot shared his insight on the moment later in his tweet. He labeled his raging at the devs an “embarrassing” thing. Furthermore, he added his appreciation towards the game and the devs at IW who have worked hard to bring this live-service title to life.

The whole incident has garnered massive public attention. However, IW is yet to launch a patch centering the crashing issues of Warzone 2 and DMZ. Follow our Call of Duty guides for more loadouts, tips, and tricks.

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