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Why NickMercs Is Worried About Warzone 2.0
“Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0” offers some intriguing additions over the original, including a new “DMZ” mode, new features like proximity voice chat, and a Gulag overhaul. It seems like those changes still aren't enough to assuage the worries of FaZe Clan member NickMercs, who had some major concerns regarding the core gameplay experience.
As part of the “Warzone 2.0” launch lead-up, NickMercs was granted early access to play the game on-stream. He was less than impressed with the experience, saying, “It felt very, very clunky. People are talking about how it wasn't a finished product and they're going to make a lot of changes before we get to the big day in November. Listen, man, I don't know about that.”
NickMercs particularly criticized the split zone mechanic and the threat of hackers. “I don't know if it's going to be any good man,” he said on-stream. “Hacking is still a problem, a big problem. Battle royale does not show promise.” Despite his issues with the game, it seems that NickMercs hasn't yet written off the game entirely, as he enjoyed the new map.