CoD Warzone Update: When no one was waiting, the Raven Software, through his Twitter, announced that tomorrow, Wednesday (15), he will have an update that will touch some weapons of meta gaming on the Call of Duty: Warzone. Among the highlights, we have a heavy nerf on the OTs 9 submachine gun and Krig 6 recoil increase. Shotguns, like the Gallo SA12, remain unchanged.
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The changes start with the Black Ops Cold War AK-47 Assault Rifle. The weapon did not have many details noted in the patch notes, but is listed as a weapon that had its “kick” not compatible with the other .7,62 caliber weapons. .XNUMX. Despite not having as many details, we imagine that it is more of a nerf than a buff.
On the other hand, we had the FARA 83, another Black Ops Cold War rifle that suffered both nerf and buff, but we can say that it was more improved than worse when we take into account that at the same time it had its maximum damage and reduced, she had an improvement in her head, neck, and upper torso shot multiplier. These changes make FARA get a little place in this Season 5's meta gaming.
Also in the assault rifle category, two more weapons were moved, which are the Krig 6 and QBZ. The first, which was the most accurate weapon in the game, ceased to be after Raven tampered with its recoil. In addition to this change, it also lost its damage multiplier when hitting shots in the neck region, where it was a feature of this weapon. QBZ, on the other hand, has never been such a beloved weapon, but it has had a change in its recoil.
Entering the world of close-range weapons, we had an unexpected nerf in OTs 9, one of the strongest close-up weapons, which went head-on against the dreaded Gallo SA12. Raven decided to decrease the weapon's maximum damage, but increase the minimum damage. It was also altered in its damage profile when hitting the head (which got better) and worsened its damage when hitting a bullet in the neck region. Its recoil has also been increased.
The Tec-9, a weapon that arrived this season, has also been modified for the worse. Decreased your maximum and minimum damage. However, it increased its damage in the neck region a little.
Light machine guns
The Stone 63, which was a light machine gun that was becoming more and more popular in Warzone due to its high damage and absurd accuracy. This time, it was nerfed by Raven Software in its indent that was adjusted, which we understand as a nerf, considering that it had a very easy to control indent. His kick has also been adjusted.
Warzone's most controversial weapon category has also been tweaked. This time, the AUG, which was once a goal, was improved when we talk about retreat. There are some updates, Raven was concerned about this category that is being little used within the game.
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The Titanium and Rapid Fire barrels of the AUG and M16 guns have been changed as well, but unique only to these two guns. Both are further increasing the cadences of these weapons, making them more competitive.
More about Warzone
Call of Duty: Warzone is a free-to-play battle royale game developed by Infinity Ward and Raven Software and published by Activision. Released March 10, 2020 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the game is part of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) title, but does not require purchase. Warzone allows 150-player online multiplayer combat in the fictional city of Verdansk, which is loosely based on the city of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine. It features a cross-platform progression between the two games.
Warzone was released for free as part of the 2019 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare game on March 10, 2020, after a series of glitches and leaks in the previous month. The game's existence was leaked a month earlier by a post on Reddit, and a software glitch in the same month briefly allowed players to view an earlier version of the battle map. On March 8, 2020, two days before release, YouTube streamer Chaos posted an 11-minute video claiming to feature Warzone gameplay. The video was removed and, on March 9, Activision officially announced that the game would be released on March 10th. Via: Wikipedia