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Call of Duty: Warzone Update Adding New Fast Travel System

Getting around Caldera can be a bit of a hassle, but Call of Duty: Warzone fans will soon have a much easier time thanks to a new fast travel system. Launching alongside this week's Classified Arms Reloaded update, the system will allow players to travel beneath the map using mine carts. There will be 14 access points in total, which will be indicated on the map with a silver "Vault Door" symbol. Seven of those access points will be the Nebula 5 bunkers, while the other seven will be small hatches. From there, players will be able to travel to the next access point.
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Call of Duty: Warzone temporarily loses its worst Killstreak bonus, and fans don’t want it back

Call of Duty: Warzone has temporarily lost its Combat Bow Killstreak, and fans want it to be a permanent solution. Developer Raven Software announced in a tweet today that it has "temporarily removed the Combat Bow Killstreak" from Call of Duty: Warzone due to "an ongoing issue." Not so surprisingly, this has come as good news for fans who have been asking for the developer leave it out permanently.
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'Call of Duty: Warzone' quality assurance workers vote to unionize

Quality assurance workers at Activision Blizzard studio Raven Software have voted to unionize, becoming the first group to do so at a major gaming publisher in North America. The National Labor Relations board counted the ballots on Monday — 19 workers voted in favor of the union and three voted against. Two ballots were challenged, though they weren't sufficient enough to affect the result. There were 28 eligible voters and no void ballots.
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Warzone pulls its most annoying Killstreak bonus temporarily, fans cheer

Warzone has disabled the Combat Bow Killstreak due to 'an ongoing issue' that turned players invincible under specific circumstances. There's no timetable yet on how long the Killstreak will be shelved, so it's unclear if there will be a hotfix to deal with the issue or if the Combat Bow is out of commission until the next regular patch for Warzone. Introduced back in April of 2021, the Combat Bow has been a divisive Killstreak with Warzone players. The Combat Bow is frequently seen as incredibly easy and overpowered – firing explosive arrows that do area damage will get you that kind of reputation. It's the kind of weapon that makes the fun feast-or-famine, and the person with the Combat Bow is the one with the chance to feast.
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‘Call Of Duty: Warzone’ studio wins bid to unionise

Employees at Raven Software – the studio behind Call Of Duty: Warzone – have voted to form a union. Yesterday (May 23), quality assurance workers at Raven Software won their bid to unionise as the Game Workers Alliance. As counted by the National Labour Relations Board, 19 employees...
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