The latest update for the battle royale game Call of Duty: Warzone has arrived, delivering with it further weapon balance changes--including another update to the DMR 14--as well as a fix for a key issue pertaining to stims.

Developer Raven Software released the patch notes on Twitter but quickly deleted the post, but not before CharlieIntel captured the patch notes. The patch notes (left) include changes to the overall skill points required for all weapons as well as some visual updates, including the visual setting of what consumables and armour you have equipped. Slayer in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare also got a bit of buffing, leaving you with a higher

skill cap and a small anti-damage skill.

UPDATE: Simply put, there have been a few issues affecting DMR in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. The skill cap for DMRs in addition to again, ensuring people in the party have played COD: 's campaign and at least 5 different maps. Raven has issued the following OP reiterating the following:

Here are the changes from the latest update: • The total skill level required for all configured mods for all 56 weapons was increased by 1 level.

• A skill cap increase of 1 level is now effective.

• Priority module values for singular-case items were decreased by approximately 5%.

• Damage multipliers were decreased by approximately 5%.

• Skill point multiplier was revised to an optional implementation beginning now.

• Muzzle velocity velocity values are now concluded.


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Treyarch also held its own E3 event this year, honoring the game's original designer on the game, Shane Erickson. It also confirmed they're working on an Apocalypse action game.

Black Ops 4 is expected to launch in November, 2017, while Neill Blom