Warzone Season 3 Reloaded Patchnotizen reveal a significant stim
Raven software spoils the players of Call of Duty Warzone today with another extensive title update, but the patch notes on Warzone Season 3 Reloaded are not everything they seem to be. While the players can look forward to a new underground transit system and a new SMG, you can also look forward to a tough stim-nerf-the tactical items that are currently the second most commonly used, with a high K/D and profit rate.
With a view to the Warzone Season 3 Reloaded Patchnotizen, Raven software has revealed that the game tactics of the game experience two important changes. First, the players will find that the slide modifier has been reduced. What does that mean? Well, it means that the effect of a stimulus no longer increases its sliding speed or route as much as before.
However, the second stim-nerf is the real kicker for fans of this device. Raven software has added an interruption effect to the healing effect if weapon damage is suffered when using a stim. This means that players can no longer heal themselves while they are under fire-something that the developers notice is “not the intention of this tool”.
Of course, it is still far too early to say how these changes in the vague will affect the Warzone Meta, but we could see more diversity when it comes to the best Warzone Loadouts for the future. Only time will show it.
Elsewhere in Season 3 Reloaded’s patch notes, Raven has confirmed that a smaller number of players in Battle Royale teams is being followed. In addition, all modes now have the increased basic health pool of the game from 150 (which is increased to 300 at full armor).
The Owen Gun, one of the best available Warzone weapons, was subjected to a large nerf together with changes on the NZ-41, the Nikita Avt and Fara 83. You can check the full patch notes here if you are looking for details, but you simply know the following: Warzone will not feel quite that way in the future, and that could be the best.