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‘Call Of Duty: Warzone' Update Has Dropped, Players Say It Isn't Enough

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‘Call Of Duty: Warzone' Update Has Dropped, Players Say It Isn't Enough

A brand new Call of Duty: Warzone patch has just dropped and players are already telling the developers that it's not enough. Following complaints of a specific rifle being way too overpowered, Raven Software updated the battle royale with a patch to prevent player frustration, but alas, it doesn't seem to be enough.

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We have already reported that the nerf was coming into place because tactical rifle the DMR 14 has been tearing up the meta. If you can get your hands on the gun, there is pretty much nothing stopping you. It had high damage, very little recoil, high range, and fired pretty fast too - all these details together led to a bit of a nightmare for anyone who came up against it.

Raven Software, since confirming changes coming to the DMR 14, Mac 10, Dual Pistols, and Type 63, has implemented the update in-game. And yet, everyone playing it right now is saying that's it's simply not enough.

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In a tweet, the developers say that the changes coming to the DMR specifically are, "reduced headshot damage, increased recoil" and yet, looking at some of the videos of players firing the gun have puzzled fans as the recoil difference seems to be minimal.

A video from Speros_OG on Twitter shows what we mean. Despite the building being pretty far, some small adjustments to the thumbstick on his controller means the recoil on the gun looks almost non-existent. No wonder Warzone players are reporting the gun is still a problem.

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Some are even joking that it sounds like Raven Software didn't even implement the right update, the changes to the DMR are so small. But in any case, if the gun continues to be as OP as it was before, hopefully, the developers can get on making even more changes as soon as they can.

Featured Image Credit: Activision

Topics: Call of Duty: Warzone, News

Imogen Mellor
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