Raven Software has axed Call of Duty Warzone loadout editing after just one day of activity, despite being a highly-requested feature by the community.
In case you’re not really a Warzone player, the feature allowed players to edit their loadout in the pre-match lobby; previously, it was only possible to do this via the main menu, which was a bit of a pain. However, Raven has now given it the boot, although it sounds like it will be back at some stage.
We have pushed an update to remove the pre-match lobby Loadout selection. Players will no longer begin a match with their Loadouts. This also resolves an issue with infinite Dead Silence in core BR modes. We will re-enable this feature at a later date.
Apparently, the reason for the loadout editing feature being given the chop was due to the fact players found out it allowed the mot start a match with a full loadout, which is something that is reserved for loadout drops that you have to purchase with points.
Call of Duty Warzone was released in March 2020 for PS4, PC, and Xbox One, and has now been integrated into Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War with PS5 and Xbox Series X/S support.
[Source – Call of Duty Warzone on Twitter]