In recent weeks Call of Duty: War Zone was dominated by a few guns, but none as powerful as the DMR 14. Fortunately, Raven Software released one Patch on Wednesday Nerfing the gun – although it may have been too powerful to stop with just one update.
The DMR 14 is a relatively new addition to the War zone Arsenal, on the way from Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
The time has come.
#War zone Update go live:
– DMR 14 – Reduced headshot damage, increased recoil
– Type 63 – Reduced headshot damage, increased recoil
– Mac-10 – Reduced headshot multiplier
– Dual Pistols – Increased spread of hip fire, decreased damage range
– Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) January 6, 2021
To curb the DMR 14’s performance, Raven Software reduced headshot damage and increased recoil. Unfortunately, some players it wasn’t enough. As it turned out, it wasn’t just that Headshots that were strong on the DMR, but also body shots. Increasing the recoil should mean at the very least, you need to be more accurate to land the few shots it takes to take out your target. However, in the hands of a good gamer, it seems like the DMR is still the right weapon for now.
The War zone The patch also improved the Mac-10 SMG, currently the game’s most powerful melee weapon, and the Type 63, which is similar to a slightly less powerful version of the DMR 14. Despite these weapons Black Ops Cold War also this Nerfs only apply to War zone.
Hopefully these changes will be enough to curb some of the dominance of the DMR, but if they’re not sure, Raven will release another balance patch in the near future.