Call of Duty Warzone ‘to bring trios BACK’ after furious fans slam game mode’s removal


CALL of Duty: Warzone fans have had the popular “trios” game mode taken away from them for a second time.

Infinity Ward, which developed the Fortnite-style CoD spin-off, first removed the 3 vs. 3 mode earlier this month before reinstating it following fan backlash.

Trios has been removed from Call of Duty: Warzone again

Now it appears the Los Angeles firm has wiped Trios from the game again.

Warzone itself is a new addition to Call of Duty’s latest game Modern Warfare.

It’s a Battle Royale game that is free for anyone to download – even if you haven’t bought the main game.

Warzone frequently swaps out game modes to keep things fresh, but fans aren’t always happy with the decisions.

Trios disappeared following the introduction of a new mode dubbed Scopes and Scatter Guns in a recent update.

That’s also a 3 vs. 3 mode, and Infinity Ward seems to have decided to decided to swap it in in place of Trios.

Presumably this was a move to give the new game mode a chance, but it hasn’t gone down well on social media.

On Twitter, one user wrote: “Haha the Warzone playlist update just dropped and they actually removed Trios again. Infinity Ward must be trolling at this point.”

Another said: “Really don’t get why InfinityWard have removed trios AGAIN after the backlash from quads. Really hope they re-evaluate this decision.”

There’s now word yet on when trios return, but with all the backlash gamers can expect its return in the near-future.

It’s likely that Infinity Ward will bring the game mode back within a few weeks as part of a new update.

HOAR has reached out to Infinity Ward for comment.

Warzone launched on Xbox, PC and PS4 last month

Warzone is a new standalone Call of Duty game that’s free to play, even if you don’t own a copy of the shooter.

It launched last month and pits 150 players against one another in hectic large-scale battles.

Players form small squads or fight it alone and the new mode supports crossplay, which means people on PlayStation and Xbox will play against one another.

Games take on roughly the same rules as Fortnite, with 150 players dropping into a huge map where they fight to be the last man standing.

In other news, check out our guide to Call of Duty Modern Warfare season 3.

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