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'Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare' Devs Confirm Incoming Weapon Nerfs

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'Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare' Devs Confirm Incoming Weapon Nerfs

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare developer Infinity Ward has confirmed that the next batch of weapon tuning updates for the popular shooter will be introduced around halfway through Season 4.

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The most recent season of content for Modern Warfare and Warzone kicked off on June 10th. However, that beefy first update didn't do a whole bunch in terms of adjusting weapon balance. This was seen by many fans as a bit of an oversight, as the community believes there are a number of guns right now - such as the Grau - that desperately need tweaking.

Modern Warfare / Credit: Activision
Modern Warfare / Credit: Activision

"When is the Grau going to be nerfed?" One fan asked the developer on Twitter. "At least 90% of the killcams are from a Grau. Does that not tell you anything? The M4 was nerfed 3 times immediately. The Grau is ruining Warzone right now."

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Joe Cecot, co-design director of multiplayer at Infinity Ward, soon responded with the news fans have been waiting for. Weapon tuning will arrive in the mid-season update, and full patch notes will be provided when they drop. This doesn't provide us with a specific date, but given when Season 4 started, the mid season update should be early July.

We'll be sure to update you with all the biggest weapon changes and incoming nerfs as soon as they're officially confirmed. Until then, Call Of Duty Twitter seems to be kind of divided over whether or not the Grau actually does need to be taken down a peg or two.

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Let's be honest, they're probably going to nerf the Grau. If you're one of the players who doesn't see any problem with the weapon at present, I'd get as many games as you can in with it now. Change is coming - make your peace.

Featured Image Credit: Activision

Topics: Modern Warfare, Infinity Ward, Warzone, Call of Duty, Activision

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