A Trello Board From Infinity Ward Is Made Publicly Editable

An official to-do list in the form of an Infinity Ward Trello board has been accidentally made editable to the public. It’s pretty obvious where this is going. The Call of Duty community have leapt on the opportunity to make their feelings known by editing the board and contributing their own ideas, whether they’ve worked on the game or not.

The error was spotted by Charlie Intel on Twitter, after Infinity Ward launched the board to keep the wider community in the loop on new updates for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II. In the tweet seen below, the highly opinionated community have made their thoughts known. 

However, the Trello Board is an effective tool for users to manage, schedule, and categorise tasks, and many of them are still listed on the list. Under the heading ‘Global Known Issues,’ the studio are working through issues that include audio continuity problems, a bug that prevents emblems and calling cards from saving, and a crashing issue players are experiencing in parties. 

The studio is actively addressing bugs in multiplayer too, from a visual bug that affects grass textures on Sariff Bay to missing beta rewards, an APC respawning bug, and, for Xbox players, a bug which causes the player icon on the mini map to disappear when they are revived. Infinity Ward are further looking into bugs that prevent players accessing the Combat Record/Star Rewards menu in Special Ops, a Night War AI bug in single-player, and problems with weapon camo progression in Gunsmith. 

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare II launched on October 28 across all major platforms, including the PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One, and PC via Battle.net and Steam. Also, the next iteration of Warzone is scheduled to launch on Nov. 16, less than a month before Spec Ops arrives. For more on all things Call of Duty, stay tuned right here at GameLuster.

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