In spite of a nerf a week ago, a solitary weapon is as yet overwhelming Warzone.
No one is protected from Call of Duty: Warzone’s DMR 14. Even following a fix a week ago that nerfed its headshot potential, the high harm laser bar has kept on ruling each match. Presently weeks into the frustratingly uneven meta, a few fans are beginning to get more inventive with their fights.
You can’t look over an inch in the Warzone subreddit without seeing another post requiring another DMR nerf or an ongoing interaction clasp of somebody obliterating a whole crew with a solitary magazine. This wryly named cut by redditor UGAShadow summarizes the weapon’s present force level:
Combat area has had a lot of overwhelmed weapons in its first year (a sharpshooter rifle was the offender only a couple months back), however the DMR 14 has become so scandalous that it isn’t simply being mourned on Reddit. It’s appearing in less anticipated corners of the web, just as on exacting traffic intersections. Las Vegas-based YouTuber EazyIan rampaged to challenge the DMR and even saw fortitude from an individual player driving by. “No doubt! Screw the DMR,” the driver shouts.
Large names outside of gaming are beginning to give their feedback also. A week ago, rapper Lil Uzi Vert ended a five-day Twitter quietness to let his emotions on Warzone’s meta be known to his 7.9 million adherents:
The reviled DMR has additionally penetrated legislative issues. During a new question and answer session by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, “nerf the dmr” could be seen in a livestream visit. Indeed, even Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is feeling the warmth.
TikTok, an online media stage that I simply profess to comprehend, is getting in on the counter DMR manner of speaking, as well. The most productive video (with more than 150,000 preferences) comes from client surishbrjddhddhgv, in which a youngster brutally responds to getting consistently slaughtered by the DMR. (Cautioning: Consider cutting back your volume prior to playing the video.)
Since that video’s posting on Christmas, the furious Warzone youngster has become a true song of praise for the game on TikTok. Many extra recordings have sprung up acquiring a similar tirade to feature how amazing the DMR actually is.
So for what reason is the DMR 14 pulling in such a lot of consideration if it’s simply the most recent Warzone adjusting bad dream? It could have something to do with timing. The firearm has been well known since it was first added to the game in mid-December alongside the Black Ops – Cold War Season 1 update. With the occasion break that followed and a week ago’s insufficient fix, the DMR has been prevailing for nearly 30 days. That is significantly more than the SP-R 208’s nearly short time in the sun.
Another nerf for the DMR 14 feels unavoidable now, yet it’s difficult to state precisely when it’ll occur. Raven Software, which seems to have accepted control of Warzone’s adjusting choices going ahead, has been generally peaceful on the issue since a week ago’s fix. The authority Raven account tweeted the day after the fix requesting that players continue to send “productive considerations” their way.
Weapon adjusting is just one issue that Warzone wrestles with consistently. On the bugs/abuses front, the feared limitless stim glitch has returned for what feels like the billionth time. Any twitch who realizes how to pull it off can undoubtedly dominate a game by remaining external the zone, so keep an eye out for that.