Call of Duty Warzone: First update for Season 5 - Patch adjusts popular weapons

Call of Duty Warzone: First update for Season 5 - Patch adjusts popular weapons

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Call of Duty Warzone players will have access to a new update: It's the first patch since Season 5 started last week. The developers share the patch notes on their website and provide information on the individual changes and innovations. The update focuses on weapon adjustments. As can be seen from the changelog, individual guns are nerfed with the update. The MP5, for example, is weakened. The developers announce that the maximum damage has been reduced from 34 to 31. In addition, the maximum damage range has been reduced by 5.4 percent. The update increases the chest damage multiplier from 1 to 1.1.

The AS VAL has also hit it with the Warzone update - and thus another popular weapon in Warzone. Raven Software writes in the patch notes that the maximum damage has been reduced from 30 to 27. The Fennec, on the other hand, receives a buff: Here the ball speed has been increased by 13.4 percent. On the OTs 9, visor movements when aiming have been reduced. There are also adjustments for the AMP 63, M19 and Sykov. For the latter, for example, the maximum damage has been reduced from 27 to 24.

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Activision has officially announced Call of Duty: Vanguard, the next title in the hugely popular series, with a short teaser video on Monday. While the video doesn’t reveal a lot — it consists mostly of footage of four different locales that each feature a mysterious face — it seems that the game will take place during World War II, likely on the four fronts of the war.

Details are light right now, but more will be revealed about Call of Duty: Vanguard at an event inside Call of Duty: Warzone, the series’ take on a free-to-play battle royale shooter, on August 19th at 1:30PM ET.

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