The 9 most buggy games of the year that just have to be laughed at

An image of two soldiers with guns in Warzone.

screenshot: Infinity Ward / Raven software (AP)

The launch of Infinity Ward and Raven Software Warzone 2.0 wasn’t that great. An updated and expanded version of the popular Battle Royale of the same name, Warzone 2.0 has been plagued by some hilarious bugs since its release on November 16th. There is the usual stuff here: T-posed characters, people gliding through the world, the game crashing straight – you know, common occurrences if you’ve even played the game or seen it in action. And then there’s supposedly invisible players that have long plagued the original game, making it difficult to figure out who knocked you down in a firefight. Warzone 2.0 is not as broken as, say, madden 23 or Pokemon scarlet and violetbut hey: Buggy is buggy, and no, I’m not talking about One piece.

And that’s that. Although The year still has a few weeks leftwhich means it’s entirely possible that another, more buggy game will come out before 2023 begins, but these were the nine most broken games of 2022. If I were to give an award here, Pokemon scarlet and violet would dethrone CD Projekt Red Cyberpunk 2077 and eSoccer 2022 as the most broken game in recent times. There may be some similarly buggy games next year, but we’re hoping none of them can match this year’s offerings.

With Christmas around the corner, you know what I’m hoping for? That publishers and executives give their developers the money and time to create the things they are passionate about. Everyone wins when we’re happy and provided for, and even though we live in late capitalism, which prioritizes profit and production over working-class welfare, I still have hope that things will change. Get organized your workforce if you can, folks. The 9 most buggy games of the year that just have to be laughed at

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