A new surprise addition to Warzone was released about a day before it was cancelled.
Mid-Season 4 Update Call of Duty: War Zone It brings a lot of changes to the battle royale mode, or, as the developer Raven puts it, this is the “biggest balance update” in Warzone’s history.
But players are also increasingly expecting that every patch will introduce some undocumented changes. This time, DualSense support was added to Black Ops Cold War on PC, and two other popular features were added to Warzone. Unfortunately, one of them was removed shortly after the patch went live.
This feature allows players to edit their equipment in the pre-match lobby of Warzone. Previously, if you did not complete the loading in order before the lobby, you would be trapped in accessories and privilege options until you could return to the menu.
Since the release of Warzone, players have been asking for quick editing and loading during the warm-up period, and many people were surprised to see the unrecorded changes in the game after the mid-season patch.
Unfortunately, players quickly realized that editing equipment in the pre-match lobby allows you to enter the game with complete equipment, which is usually what you must request from the equipment drop. Doing so will also provide you with infinite silence-the privilege of muting footsteps.
Raven quickly withdrew the feature and confirmed on Twitter that it will return once these errors are fixed.
❗We have pushed an update to remove the equipment selection in the pre-match lobby.
Players will no longer start the game with their equipment. This also solves the problem of infinite silence in the core BR model.
We will re-enable this feature later.
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) July 15, 2021
As for another popular change that has not yet been pulled, it just allows multiple people to use the zipline at the same time, while previously they could only accommodate one player at a time. Now, a complete team can quickly enter the roof of the building, making it more difficult for campers to defend those elevated positions.
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