A Warzone blueprint appears to deal 30 percent more damage than base weapon.
Call of Duty Warzone players had been up in arms over the recent state of the game featuring the overpowered DMR and the Mac-10. Both of these weapons were melting opponents and were seemingly taking over the game. Activision finally got around to nerfing them, but some players started to notice that one variant of the Mac-10 hardly got nerfed at all and it makes the community upset over the topic of "pay to win."
The Blueprints are simply pre-built variants of base weapons, with specific attachments already equipped. They are only available via bundles and in the battle pass. Up until this point, it has been largely assumed that these were all for cosmetic purposes and truly did not impact the game.
Warzone Blueprint Appears to Deal 30% More Damage Than Base Weapon
All of this is coming out after Call of Duty players thought there was hope following the nerf of the Mac-10.
In Nick's video, you can see as the Gallantry blueprint has significantly less recoil than the base version of the Mac-10. Beyond that, it does 30 percent more damage to players than the base variant.
The overarching issue is that this would make the game "pay to win." Nick goes on to say that it is a "bad look" and many agree. Giving a competitive edge to players that spend money on a game is most definitely a bad look on the developers and we will keep a close eye on the situation as it develops.