I wish I could offer you something more useful than this, but as near as anyone can tell, it's not you, it's them. There are loads of people reporting packet loss issues around the world, so it's not an ISP issue. You've tried uninstall reinstall and changing game settings (which shouldn't make a difference anyway), and more importantly you don't have packet loss issues in other games.So i have done about everything there is to do , i have done stuff on command prompt , uninstall and install the game 5 times , put settings to super low with a RTX 2070 and it still didnt work , And the problem is only in warzone , i have 0% Packet loss in multiplayer But i get 300% Packet loss in warzone with 20 ping , Im down to try anything there is that i can do so Please help me out lol
I reckon it does not help that this game is being fked over with hackers. They have some of the worst anti-cheat I have ever seen and most likely that is also taking a toll on the servers!This is almost certainly a problem with the Warzone servers, and unfortunately, it looks like Activision is dragging their heels on addressing it. This would hardly be the first time Activision has failed to live up to multiplayer demand at launch. They have a history of low-balling their servers and then having issues over the first month of gameplay.
I really don't know why the packet loss issues are solved by using a mobile hotspot. There must be some kind of weirdness going on with Activision's servers, maybe between them and your ISP? I'm not sure what's happening, but a couple more things you could try would be playing while connected to a VPN, and setting up port forwarding. If neither of those helps then I'm about out of suggestions I'm afraid.