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Warzone: Radar Jammer is now adapted, but fans have different requirements

In Warzone, the most hated item in recent times has been the Radar Jammer. Now the developer has improved it. But that’s still not enough for many fans.

Santa Monica, California. For long-lived games like Call of Duty: Warzone or Fortnite, it’s especially important to ensure a fair and balanced gaming experience for all players. That’s why the life cycle of new maps, weapons, and items is regularly punctuated by patches to balance the game. Publisher Activision’s latest Call of Duty: Warzone update on July 13th now includes a change that should make life easier for Fortune’s Keep players. and Renaissance Island.

Game Name Call of Duty Warzone Release (First Publication Date) March 20, 2020 Publisher Activision Call of Duty Series Developer Raven Software Platform PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC Genre FPS, Battle Royale

Warzone: July 13th New Update Brings Long-Awaited Nerf

What happened ? On July 13, Raven Software, the development studio behind Call of Duty: Warzone, posted a tweet indicating that they had released a mini-update for Warzone. Thus, the patch reduced the radius of the silencer by about 20% for the smaller Fortune’s Keep and Rebirth Island maps. In addition, the development team wants to continue listening to fan feedback in order to make further adjustments if needed.

What will the update bring to players? Until now, the Radar Jammer on Fortune’s Keep and Rebirth Island, when activated, would cover a huge portion of the map with its range and block killstreaks in that area, in addition to rendering the minimap almost useless.

Radius is the biggest problem, as it clearly wasn’t suitable for small maps and made the object too powerful and annoying there. Also, since the scrambler was often available, players would often take turns spamming it, making matches on two smaller maps a nightmare for many.

How is the community reacting? The Call of Duty: Warzone development community is excited to have their feedback taken into account by the development team and incorporated into updates. However, some players* find the Radar Jammer to be completely unnecessary as it is overused and would like to see it removed from the game altogether, or at least the drop rate reduced. In addition, fans have made several other requests for updates and edits under the tweet.

  • Styli (@STYLERZ97) writes: “We are excited about your dedication to providing us with new content and loot. But Radar Jammer is one of those things that adds absolutely nothing to the gameplay.

    It was much better without her.”

  • Gustavo Maia (@gustavou00) replies “Please make sure it doesn’t ruin the minimap, just block the killstreak.” I’m dying all the time because I can’t see where the next circle is going, where it starts or ends. Pretty stupid death by a pesky radar jammer.”

Warzone: What about other updates?

The nerf is long overdue: Radar Jammer was introduced to the game during Warzone Season 3 and is far from unanimous among players. But if the community continues to be offended, developer Raven Software may even remove the Bloom item in Warzone from the game altogether, which was removed from Warzone after causing outrage from fans.

When is the next major update? The next major update for Call of Duty: Warzone Season 4 is scheduled for the end of July. But so far, little is known about what developer Raven Software has in store for fans already. In addition, of course, there are always small patches that adapt the shooter meta. Just last week, the most powerful weapons in the game were redesigned with an update to Warzone. Therefore, we invite you to visit our page regularly if you want to keep up to date with the latest developments.

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