Call of Duty: Warzone Players Are Demanding Combat Scout Changes

Warzone was launched in 2020. Raven Software has made many changes to the game over the five seasons of battle royale. Players have many reasons to return to the game, including map modifications for Verdansk and new weapons. The community has not been happy with all the changes. Some fans have been calling on the developers to fix Combat Scout perk.

The Combat Scout perk was released with Season 5’s Tempered perk. It provides vital information to players on the battlefield. This perk is activated when a player damages an enemy. The wounded opponent will be highlighted briefly. This intel can change the outcome of a fight as the squad members who have it can also see the injured enemy. Some believe the Combat Scout perk is a way to balance the current meta.

Reddit user zfluffz posted a picture of the Combat Scout perk. They attempted to prove this by making a video. Warzone : Call of Duty Perk was OP. The clip began with the player shooting at an enemy who was hiding in a barn. The injured player fled behind a wall after they had successfully shot the opponent. Fortunately for the enemy, zfluffz could still see their location thanks to the Combat Scout perk. The highlighted enemy was then shot multiple times through the wall and knocked down.

This video by zfluffz has sparked discussion among members of the Warzone Community. Many players agreed with them, noting that the perk forced players to select Cold Blooded perk which prevents players being detected. Some players suggested that Combat Scout would be even more effective in shooting through walls of highlighted enemies if they had Full Metal Jacket.

zfluffz was not the only one who disagreed. They stated that Combat Scout was not an issue as long as there were perks to offset it. Others argued that players were forced to use the same perks each time. They argued that fights became less exciting and more predictable.

Fans continue to debate the efficacy of this perk. However, others are preparing for Season 6 Warzone. The new season, which launched on October 7, adds new content such as new operators and weapons and changes to Verdansk and the Gulag. It will be interesting to see how the developers address fans’ concerns about Combat Scout in this new season.


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Call of Duty Warzone Update Nerfs Two SMGs

Call of Duty Warzone received many bug fixes and new content since its launch in 2020. The Judge Dredd Bundle, which gives Call of Duty users the chance to play as the beloved character, is one example of this new content.

Call of Duty Warzone has seen several seasons that have added new content to its game. Some were more popular than others. Season 5 was released in August and Season Five Reloaded was added in September. Season Five Reloaded will get a new update and two weapons will be updated.

According to Season Five Reloaded’s patch notes, there are two SMGs that will be affected by the update: the Bullfrog SMG and the Shotgun Bravo SMG. The Bullfrog weapon is described as one that emphasizes mobility and effective damage range. It also handles weapon handling and has a large base magazine capacity. Changes will see ADS speed decrease by 9%, movement speeds decrease by 1% and ADS speed movement decrease by 2%. According to patch notes, the Bullfrog will be able to compete with its competitors with the addition of the recoil bug fix and the new changes.

The Shotgun Bravo’s effectiveness damage range, magazine capacity and mobility are all highlighted. The weapon’s maximum damage range was reduced from 4.5 meters to 3.5 meters, the second damage range from 8.1 to 5.5 meters, and the third damage range from 13.2 meters to 9.9 meters. These changes will make the Shotgun Bravo feel more like a shotgun in Call of Duty .

The patch notes include the details of all the changes made to the weapons and the other changes to Call of Duty Warzone. A few bugs were fixed in the new update, including the lower recoil of the Bullfrog SMG. Also, the new update fixes collision issues with elements on Rebirth Island which allowed players to look through and shoot through them.

The game mode Iron Trials’84 will see improvements to its issues. The Specialist Token for Buy Stations has been added, while Contract Cash rewards per player are now reduced, Multiplier values remain the same, and there have been other changes. A list of changes to attachments is also shown in the patch notes for three Barrel weapons: the Krig 6, AK-47 and the XM4.

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Call of Duty: Vanguard Players Mock the Game’s ‘Historically Accurate’ Audio

Call of Duty: Vanguard Players Mock the Game’s ‘Historically Accurate’ Audio

There have been a number of complaints about the Vanguard beta, including issues with visibility and audio. Some fans have gone further than that and accused the Call of Duty beta of sound mixing being deliberately designed to mimic a soldier with severe hearing loss.

Redditor ian2345 shared the argument that the game was set in 1945, towards the end of World War 2. Many soldiers would have suffered hearing damage from the lack of ear protection while on the battlefield. This is one reason for the constant audio problems that plague beta players. It makes it difficult to recognize muffled footsteps or even gunshots. Duty: Vanguard promised to resolve these issues during beta testing, but Sledgehammer Games have not made any concrete statements regarding the audio problems.

According to to ian2345, the audio issues are a clever attempt at creating realism. They add in the subtle, easily-missed detail of each sound being tinny, difficult to hear, and so on. The Vanguard Beta is currently under attack by cheaters, and the audio problems on top of it seem to have caused a lot of irritation. The sound effects of the gunshots can make it difficult to identify other players.

Fans have a lot of complaints about the audio from the feet. It is difficult to hear even if you are hiding or running around the battlefield. This isn’t the first time that a Call of Duty game had problems with footsteps– Call of Duty had the exact opposite problem with extremely loud footsteps that gave away players’ positions and allowed enemies to track them around the map. It was distracting but Call of Duty Vanguard‘s muffled footsteps may be worse, as @DEANOJEAVO demonstrates in a gameplay video. The clip shows a player wandering through a snowy map trying to find enemies that they can hear from far away.

It appears that other fans have responded well to ian2345’s complaints, although most comments dropped the faux reality argument in favor of critiquing the game directly. Redditors complained about Axis absence, while others focused on poor sound design. Twitch streamer xQc also criticized the Call of Duty Beta, focusing instead on its tanky enemies.

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