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Frustrated Call of Duty PC players create a petition and send pizza to draw attention to their plight -By Fsk

PC Call of Duty players have set up a petition to convince Activision and Infinity Ward to “resolve the issues introduced by season three”.

The problems first began to appear shortly after the update rolled out, and despite tweets and messages from developer Infinity Ward assuring players that it was “investigating,” the problems still persisted for some.

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The problem is primarily affecting players with AMD Vega GPUs and other Vega hardware, resulting in almost instant crashes for PC players trying to access Modern Warfare 2 or Warzone 2.0.

“Since the start of Season 3 on April 12, 2023, thousands of players, primarily on PC, have been unable to launch or play the game they paid for,” the petition begins (thanks, PC Gamer) . “Most players have already had hundreds of hours of play time since MW2 launched in October 2022 and have been unable to play at all since the launch of Season 3.

“Many players have raised support tickets directly to Activision to no avail. There are countless threads on Reddit, Twitter posts as well as Steam discussion boards with thousands of posts and counting.”

Some players are so desperate, one sent cheese pizzas to PC support studio Beenox with “Help Vega Please” written on the box.

“I delivered a pizza to Beanox that had ‘Help Vega Please’ written on the box because I don’t know what else to do…” he said.

ICYMI, the Competition and Markets Authority recently debunked Microsoft’s claim that the Nintendo Switch is capable of running the same Call of Duty games seen on the Xbox and PlayStation. And did you know that the Call of Duty board game has been officially announced?