TikToker iamrobtv recently posted a review for Halo Infinite’s multiplayer that pokes fun at everything wrong with Call of Duty: Warzone.
TikTok user iamrobtv’s Halo Infinite review roasts Call of Duty: Warzone by pointing out everything that’s “wrong” with the former. Microsoft and developer 343 Industries released Halo Infinite’s multiplayer early as a way to celebrate the long-running franchise’s 20th anniversary. The surprise content drop put the new online offering on the market just days after Call of Duty: Vanguard hit store shelves.
Halo Infinite is home to a number of issues in need of a quick fix, some of which, such as the battle pass grind, are already being addressed by developers. But its problems pale in comparison to those that continue to plague the likes of Call of Duty: Warzone and the recently released Vanguard. Unsurprisingly, players of both Call of Duty and Halo have already taken note of the divide in overall quality. And one person, in particular, felt the need to outline the differences between the two shooters in a sarcastic review video.
As spotted by Dexerto, TikTok user iamrobtv recently uploaded a review outlining “everything wrong with Halo Infinite.” More than anything, the brief clip pokes fun at Warzone’s various issues by calling out Infinite’s absence of said issues. Halo’s new multiplayer suite, for instance, lacks overpowered shotguns capable of taking players down in one shot from across the map. 343’s latest also features no “game-breaking exploits,” meaning there’s a skill gap that ensures lower-leveled users will find it difficult to defeat higher-leveled opponents. The inclusion of a “well-rounded Ranked mode” from the beginning counts as another error on 343’s part, iamrobtv argues. That Infinite didn’t launch with OP wooden sticks à la Warzone’s Kali Sticks is deemed unacceptable, as well.
It’s a clever roast that some will find hiliarious; meanwhile, others are sure to take offense. If anything, though, iamrobtv’s video perfectly outlines many of the concerns fans continue to express about Warzone. But some of the exploits seem so ingrained in the Call of Duty formula at this point that simple fixes may no longer solve lingering issues.
While PC and Xbox users can freely enjoy all that Halo Infinite’s multiplayer suite has on offer, players still await the launch of the new story campaign. Fortunately, the wait is quickly coming to an end, with only a week left to go before release.
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Call of Duty: Warzone is available to play now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S; Halo Infinite releases on December 8 for PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
Source: iamrobtv/TikTok via Dexerto
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