The Warzone and Modern Warfare Season 3 update released on Wednesday removed the Trios playlist from the popular battle royale title in a move that was negatively received by fans.
It replaced Trios with a Quads playlist, while the existing Solos playlist remained available.
No official explanation was given for the removal of the Trios playlist – it wasn’t mentioned in Season 3’s patch notes – and the move didn’t go down well with some members of the game’s community.
As with Trios, Quads enables you to play in smaller groups by choosing not to fill your squad before entering the game, however this leaves you at a disadvantage as you’re still matched against larger teams.
Infinity Ward tweeted on Friday morning to say the Trios playlist had been reintroduced via an update “rolling out now across all platforms”.
Update, April 14: Infinity Ward has replaced Call of Duty: Warzone’s Trios playlist for the second time in a week.
Original story continues: A much-requested Duos playlist also looks set to be added to Warzone during Season 3, according to an image which briefly appeared on the game’s website this week, while Infinity Ward has also playtested five-player squads.
Warzone launched with two 150-player game modes, Battle Royale and Plunder, although it will support 200-player matches in the future, and Infinity Ward is working on new game modes too.
Warzone’s Season 3 update also increased the price of Loadout Drops from the Buy Station, from $8,500 to $10,000, and added new vehicle skins and weapons, among other features.
Season 3 introduced new Modern Warfare multiplayer maps Talsik Backlot, Hovec Sawmill and Aniyah Incursion, while Hardhat will be added mid-season.