W ith the update to the release of Season 3, developer Infinity Ward dared to experiment Groups of three (trios)
The removal of the trio mode was not well received by fans, many wanted the usual trio gameplay back. Protest took shape on social media.
While it was still possible to play in quad mode with any number of players or to have the group filled up with random fellow players, it is known that this is rarely the same as competing against teams of exactly the same strength with a well-rehearsed team.
Developers give in
Infinity Ward has now responded to the criticism and the Trio option brought back with a new Playist update for CoD: Warzone. The mode comes as a supplement to the new quad mode and thus does not replace the groups of four. Both now exist at the same time.
? A playlist update is rolling out now across all platforms! We’ve added BR Trios back into #Warzone!?
– Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) April 10, 2020
With a wink, we can see that, unlike Valve, Infinity Ward has mastered the number "three". The Valve boss had once made fun of his own meme by pretending not to know the number three.
The meme mentioned tries to explain why none of the popular Valve games ever got a third part, see the lack of Half-Life 3, which recently got at least one great VR spin off with Half-Life: Alyx.
Meanwhile, teams of three in CoD: Warzone are also enough to perform slick-eared maneuvers. One team managed to lock up the last opponents in a bunker and thus win the Battle Royale.
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