We hear you loud and clear! We'll be doing a playlist update tomorrow night, Thursday, April 16th at 11PM PST that brings BR Trios back to #Warzone.
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) April 16, 2020
On Tuesday Infinity Ward announced it had replaced the popular Trios playlist with a Scopes and Scatter Guns variant, causing a negative reaction from the game’s community.
A post criticising the removal of standard Trios quickly became the most popular thread on the official Warzone Subreddit, with over 8,000 upvotes.
It marked the second time in a week the standard three-person mode had been removed from the game. When Trios was replaced by Quads last week, Trios was patched back into the game just two days later after a similar fan backlash.
On Wednesday, Infinity Ward confirmed it would backtrack for a second time on the playlist’s removal.
“We hear you loud and clear! We’ll be doing a playlist update tomorrow night, Thursday, April 16th at 11PM PST that brings BR Trios back to Warzone,” the developer tweeted.
Fans have also expressed frustration over the lack of information on an expected Duos playlist.
The much-requested two-person squad mode looks set to be added to Warzone during Season 3, according to an image which briefly appeared on the game’s website last week. However, there’s been no official mention of when it could release.
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.
Call of Duty Warzone has attracted over 50 million players since releasing on March 10, according to publisher Activision.