Cod Warzone Pacific, Players Drop In Game: Reduced To Upgrade Servers

While players are looking for Elves on the Caldera map of COD: Warzone Pacific, the Raven Software team has decided to make an important change in the free to play.

The developers have in fact considered it appropriate to reduce the number of players active within a single match. Originally accessible to 150 users at the same time, the battle royale can now host a slightly smaller number, with 140 fighters ready to contend for the final victory. This change was not introduced through an update of Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific, therefore the attendees of the title must not proceed to the installation of any update.

On the contrary, it seems that the change was enabled by Raven Software through a direct operation to the game servers, which can now rely on less pressure. Such intervention should in particular reduce the incidence of sudden disconnects by users engaged in matches between the COD maps: Warzone Pacific. The change, according to the post-launch support programs illustrated by the Activision team, should have become operational on Wednesday 29 December 2021. Did you notice that already?

Recently, we remember, Activision has offered new details about the activation of the anti-cheat Ricochet in Call of Duty: Warzone and Vanguard.

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