Warzone’s best weapons in meta shake-up bid • Eurogamer.web


Raven Software program has nerfed two of Name of Responsibility: Warzone’s best weapons in a bid to shake up the battle royale’s meta.

In an replace pushed dwell this afternoon, the developer nerfed the tremendous in style AUG and FFAR 1.

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First up, the AUG – or because it’s recognized within the patch notes, Chilly Conflict Tactical Rifle Charlie (fairly why Name of Responsibility insists on utilizing this nomenclature for its weapons is past me).

Recoil energy has been elevated on the AUG, which is able to hopefully calm it down a bit.

“Burst weapons experience a advantageous line between inefficient and oppressive,” Raven stated. “The intent of this alteration is to keep up the weapon’s identification of being a powerhouse whereas making it a bit tougher to wield. Proper now we really feel it’s too simple to remain heading in the right direction given how deadly it’s. We’ll proceed to observe the efficiency of the Tactical Rifle Charlie and make further modifications if needed.”

Now on to the FFAR 1, an assault rifle that was, just like the AUG, introduced into Warzone as a part of the controversial integration of Treyarch’s Black Ops Chilly Conflict. The FFAR has seen its ADS (purpose down sights) velocity decreased, which is able to hopefully assist it really feel extra like an assault rifle and fewer like an SMG.

“The FFAR is a jack of all trades,” Treyarch stated. “It has the injury profile and vary of an AR in addition to the hearth charge of an SMG. The FFAR’s wholesale efficacy has it edging out SMGs at ranges we’re not happy with. Ideally, the FFAR fulfills the position of a mid-range dominator whereas falling prey to weapons that excel in short-range engagements. We’re bringing the FFAR a bit extra according to what you may anticipate from an AR – injury and vary at the price of dealing with.”


In the meantime, attachments have seen some bug fixes. Here is the checklist:

  • Rear Grip attachments that confirmed ADS velocity execs ought to now correctly enhance ADS velocity.
  • Mounted a bug with the Groza the place the 16.5″ CMV Mil-Spec barrel would bypass injury falloff.
  • Mounted a bug with the Ember Sighting Level the place the XM4 and AK-47 had their ADS velocity elevated somewhat than decreased.
  • Mounted a bug with the Salvo Quick Magazine the place the FFAR 1 and M16 weren’t having their ADS velocity decreased.
  • The Pelington 703 Wrapped Suppressor results ought to now be correctly represented within the stat bar.

And eventually, the camo challenges for the R1 Shadowhunter now seem accurately for the Geometric, Flora, and Science Camo Classes.

It is good to see Raven step in right here to sort out two of Warzone’s hottest weapons, and I hope the nerfs go some strategy to including selection to the meta. However these patch notes are, as soon as once more, imprecise. We do not have actual stats for these modifications – though the common suspects inside the Name of Responsibility group can have their say quickly sufficient, I think about.

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