Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 has made some admirable efforts to encourage teamwork and socialization, but unfortunately, it is plagued by cheaters. The introduction of the ability to recruit enemy players to your team and the Unhinged Trios mode is a welcome change, but it is often overshadowed by players using hacks and exploits to gain an unfair advantage.
The prevalence of cheaters has made the gameplay experience frustrating and unenjoyable. It is disheartening to put in the effort to carefully strategize and work together with your team only to be defeated by players who are cheating. The game’s developers have made efforts to address the issue, but it seems that for every cheater that is banned, two more take their place.
Additionally, the new map, Al Mazrah, while offering a decent amount of variety in terms of terrain and points of interest, is somewhat dull and uninspired compared to the maps in other battle royale games. The same color palette is applied throughout the entire map, making it feel monotonous and uninteresting.
Overall, while Warzone 2.0 has some promising features, the overwhelming presence of cheaters and the lack of visual appeal in the new map make it a disappointing gaming experience.