CoD Warzone: New update nerfts the best weapons - patch notes

CoD Warzone: New update nerfts the best weapons - patch notes

CoD Warzone

Just last week, Raven Software released an update for the battle royale shooter Call of Duty: Warzone, which, among other things, took care of weapon balancing. But apparently the changes did not have the desired effect, so the developers have meanwhile added more - in the form of a new update.

This primarily takes the two most powerful weapons by far: The AUG and the FFAR-1 assault rifle. With the AUG - also known as Tactical Rifle Charlie - you have to deal with a more violent recoil from now on, which should make precise aiming a little more difficult. On the other hand, the developers have not changed the pure damage figures. With the FFAR-1 assault rifle, after installing the update, there is a small change in the so-called aim-down sight, which should take some of the horror of the weapon. In addition, there are some adjustments to the attachments for different weapons. Here is the full list of changes:

Patch Notes for Call of Duty: Warzone


The camo Challenges for the R1 Shadowhunter now appear correctly for the Geometric, Flora , and Science Camo categories. WEAPONS

Cold War Tactical Rifle Charlie (AUG)

Recoil strength has been increased Burst weapons ride a fine line between inefficient and oppressive. The intent of this change is to maintain the weapon’s identity of being a powerhouse while making it a bit more difficult to wield. Right now we feel it is too easy to stay on target given how lethal it is. We will continue to monitor the performance of the Tactical Rifle Charlie and make additional changes if necessary.


ADS Speed ​​has been decreased The FFAR is a jack of all trades. It has the damage profile and range of an AR as well as the fire rate of an SMG. The FFAR's wholesale efficacy has it edging out SMG's at ranges we're not stratified with. Ideally, the FFAR fulfills the role of a mid-range dominator while falling price to weapons that excel in short-range engagements. We are bringing the FFAR a bit more in line with what you might expect from an AR - damage and range at the cost of handling.


Rear Grip attachments that showed ADS speed pros should now properly increase ADS speed. Fixed a bug with the Groza where the 16.5 "CMV Mil-Spec barrel would bypass damage falloff. Fixed a bug with the Ember Sighting Point where the XM4 and AK-47 had their ADS speed increased rather than decreased. Fixed a bug with the Salvo Fast Mag where the FFAR 1 and M16 were not having their ADS speed decreased. The Pelington 703 Wrapped Suppressor effects should now properly represent their status bar. Source: Raven Software

Call Of Duty: Warzone Nukes Are Already Falling From The Sky, But It Might Be A Bug

The rumored nuke event for Call of Duty: Warzone isn't supposed to begin until later in April, but nuclear warheads have already begun to drop from the sky in the battle royale game.

The team at ModernWarzone (via PC Gamer) spotted one of the nukes falling from the clouds. The massive nuke crashes into the ground and then ... nothing happens. Other people online have posted similar videos. It's been suggested that these nukes are falling early and not causing any damage as part of a glitch. For now, however, this might offer some clues about what is rumored to go down inside Warzone in just a few weeks.

It's believed that this nuke event is tied to the ongoing zombie outbreak across Verdansk. The popular idea is that the zombie infestation will get so bad that nukes will be called in to rid the map of the problem. This will also destroy the map and trigger the launch of a brand-new Warzone map with an '80s themed based on Black Ops Cold War, according to reports.

This is supposed to happen around the time that Season 2 ends. The in-game timer inside Warzone suggests Season 2 will wrap up around April 22.

While fans have to wait some time longer for the nuke event, if it is indeed real, Warzone players recently saw a change to the weapon meta. Two of the game's most powerful weapons have been nerfed, while a range of weapon attachments were adjusted as well.

In other news, Sledgehammer Games is reportedly getting ready to officially reveal Call of Duty: WWII - Vanguard as the new Call of Duty game coming this year. It's said to be set in World War II, just like Sledgehammer's 2017 game, Call of Duty: WWII.

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