Warzone update notes will change the meta again

Last update there is July 1, 2021

Call of Duty: Warzone has become one of the largest royal battles in the world since it released in March 2020 as a free addition to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Since then, the game has experienced various meta changes, new weapons, card changes, special events and more. The meta-changes of weapons have been drastic and changed several times, from exploded weapons to assault rifles and incredibly overwriting LMG. However, since the integration of Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War in the game, Raven Software, which led the development of the game, wanted to keep the game as balanced as possible. In his recent exit, the update of the game season 4 brought serious changes to the guns of the assault rifles and introduced new weapons. This led to a meta-change. Today, Raven Software has announced that there will be other specific arms changes in the game to ensure a balanced experience.

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The C58 and FARA93 assault rifles, which have become the main choice for the majority of players, have a slightly increased back. In addition, Nail Gun, which was a short-range threat, saw its maximum reduced range of 39%. The developers explained that the Nail Gun is intended to compete with the shotguns, but with its mobility and its scope, it was able to overcome the enemies twice the effective reach of a shotgun. Thus, the change would make it viable, but more conforming to the shotguns.

In terms of attachments, the Ranger and Takedown guns have seen their vertical and horizontal decline reduces from 15% to 10% respectively, except on the XM4 and Cold War AK47. The Task Force / Spetsnaz RPK / CMV MIL-Spec cannons have been adjusted to reduce the horizontal and vertical hindsight of 15% to 10% while the heavy / Grade / VDV reinforced guns were adjusted from 7.5% to 5%.

In conclusion, the developers noted that with very little step back, there was not much to master and that the changes aim to reward people for reloading times, the recoil schemes and the bullets to kill. Thus, making weapons more difficult to control would lead players to need a certain level of control.

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