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Games News - Patch will nerve one of Call of Duty's most hated techniques : WWII

Sledgehammer seeks to deliver a better multiplayer experience

Sledgehammer Games announced a new patch for Call of Duty: WWII , which will debut tomorrow. It is an update that seeks to improve the multiplayer games by adjusting it and nerfear the quickscoping.

If you are not familiar with the term, we explain that quickscoping is a technique used by some Call of Duty players to eliminate enemies very effectively. The practice is to take a sniper rifle and activate the sight to then shoot at the first possible moment to give enemies the head. As you imagine, quickscoping is a lethal technique in the hands of skilled players, which breaks the balance of the shooter.

So, the next Call of Duty: WWII patch will make using quickscoping no longer so easy with the M1903 and the Kar98k, 2 of the shooter's most popular sniper rifles. The above, since they will adjust their ADS, that is, the time it takes to activate the sight.

In addition, patch notes indicate that there will be other balance changes for weapons. Among them is to decrease the ADS of the SMG pistols. With this, the study hopes that there is a greater difference between all kinds of weapons.

"For a long time we have read your comments and issues with your detailed and useful feedback on some of our game mechanics," Sledgehammer said. "We hope these changes increase the speed of the gameplay a bit and improve the multiplayer experience. After these changes are available, please do not hesitate to share your opinion and give us feedback. "

What did you think of this patch? Do you think it was necessary? Tell us in the comments.

In other news, if you are PC gamer you will surely be glad to know that this weekend you can play for free the Call of Duty multiplayer : WWII . On the other hand, it is important to know that your first DLC - The Resistance - already has release date for PC and Xbox One .

Call of Duty: WWII is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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