Warzone's latest update, Patch 1.42, is here and with it some changes have been made to certain weapons. Here's what you need to know about this one in particular.
This week has been a busy one for fans of Call of Duty. With various reveals happening over the last few days, particulary for Call of Duty: Vanguard, there's been a lot to keep up with. A recent update has been released for Warzone and Modern Warfare - Patch 1.42. A few changes have been made to certain weapons in this update, one of which is listed as the Assault Rifle Bravo. Of course, this is just a codename so it can be a bit tricky to work out which weapon the update refers to.
What is the Assault Rifle Bravo in Warzone and Modern Warfare
The Assault Rifle Bravo refers to Modern Warfare's FAL. This has been a popular choice for most players, but it seems the weapon will see a nerf in the latest update. Raven Software believed the weapon to be a bit overpowered, so a few changes were necessary to bring it down a bit.
"To the dismay or surprise of some, our data suggests that the Assault Rifle Bravo (MW) is an absolute monster. The Assault Rifle Bravo (MW) will still be capable of achieving an extremely low Time to Kill, though that speed will now be locked behind an additional Headshot. Changes like these align more closely with our goal to shift consistently acquirable TTKs out of the 300ms range."
These updates and changes are still fresh, so it'll be interesting to see how it affects the game going forward.