Jay’s Video Game Review: Warzone Pacific
Finally, a new video game to review!
For those who follow my video game reviews, I'm generally late to the party and admittedly usually not too knowledgable on the video game at hand. I'll put it like this, I believe the last video game review I did was Retro Bowl, an iPhone toilet-sitting app.
However, today's review is quite the exception. If there's one game I know very well, for better or for worse, it's Call of Duty: Warzone. The game itself hasn't changed much since its release back in March of 2020. Aside from minor visual changes, the map itself hasn't changed much at all in a year and a half. The game and concept hasn't changed much either, outside of patch updates and subtle weapon changes.
That all changed this week. The lack of change actually changed, and did so in a major way. Today, Warzone Pacific arrived and changed the game up completely. The game now features a completely new map, which has caused daily players like myself to celebrate majorly. This game needed a new coat of paint. One issue that has plagued Warzone since its inception is the blatant cheating that goes on in this game. With Warzone Pacific, developers have promised a fix to the issue, and I must say, after a couple hours of game play, I already notice the improvement.
The game itself feels completely new, and will immediately reestablish Warzone as the number one Battle Royale game in the world. If you've never played Warzone, or stopped playing due to cheaters months ago, get this game and try it out. They still have some kinks to iron out with the new map and playstyle, but overall, this game finally got the much-needed facelift it deserved.