Call of Duty: Warzone is going to nerve the arm talked about by players


In the Call of Duty culture, there was no lack of talk this Christmas about the DMR 14, which effectively served as the Warzone world’s Grinch. Raven Software was swift to react and confirm that alongside the Form 63, Mac 10, and dual handguns, the weapon would be nerfed. Unfortunately, what kind of balancing modifications fans can anticipate and when they will arrive has not been stated.

It should be remembered that the modifications are unique to Call of Duty: Warzone and will not impact Call of Duty: Cold War Black Ops, where the weapons were released.

This is a major clarification, since these days, Call of Duty is a dynamic sequence, where material overlaps and progress is unified.

But don’t be afraid! We heard you, and soon there will be a balance update that will resolve the DMR 14, Form 63, Mac 10, and dual pistols concerns. – January 5, 2021 Raven Tech (@RavenSoftware)
The problem with the DMR 14 is that it is a semi-automatic tactical rifle with a high rate of fire, devastating damage, and minimal recoil, especially in the war zone. This means that, with rapid bursts of fire, operators can easily take out long-range objectives – ideal for the kind of action often seen in Battle Royale.

There’s no date for the hotfix yet, but Raven Software has also reported that playlist updates will now be released on Thursdays, as with Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, with the first planned for January 7 in the new year.

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