Warzone 2 Trello Board - Track Bugs, Updates and More
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Have you ever wondered about the status of an update or a bug fix in Call of Duty: Warzone 2? Perhaps you were playing a match of Warzone 2 and came across a game-breaking bug that caused you to die or not finish the game the way you intended. Or maybe you’re curious about when a certain overpowered weapon will be nerfed in a future update. While not every one of a player’s questions will have an answer, most of the known issues and any future updates for Warzone 2 can be tracked via one location, the game’s Trello Board.

If you’re unfamiliar with Trello, it’s an application that’s primarily used by corporations to make lists, plan for the future, and keep track of current events. Activision, Raven Software, and Infinity Ward have made use of Trello to keep track of everything going on with the current and future development of Warzone. When Warzone 2 launched, a new Trello Board was made to accomplish the same goals.

Warzone 2 Trello Board

Warzone 2 Trello Board
Provided by Activision/Trello

The Warzone 2 Trello Board can be found by visiting Trello’s website. Once you’re on the board, you will be able to see a few different columns, each with several cards in them that represent various things the developers are tracking and updating. For example, users can see the current issues that are affecting every player and the issues that are only plaguing one area of the game. You can also see which issues have been resolved with a patch update.

In addition to viewing all of the issues in Warzone 2, the board also shows you how to report a bug, see current and future playlist updates, and when Double XP is releasing next. It’s essentially a one-stop shop for all of the information about Warzone 2. Unfortunately, you aren’t able to add anything to the Trello Board, you can only view what the developers have put on it.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.