Call of Duty’s Create A Class feature in MP is one of the most important features that Call of Duty has. It’s been in every game since Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and has kept a similar format till Black Ops 2.
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
All the games from CoD 4 to MW3 had the similar create a class system that we all came to know and love. The simple – one primary weapon, one secondary weapon, a lethal grenade, tactical grenades, and a three slots of perks to chose from – is the basics. Each game has had the choice of new perk varieties, new weapons, etc, but the overall design of Create a Class was the same. We didn’t get to change it fully to our likings.
For Modern Warfare 3, Infinity Ward added the ability for each Create-A-Class slot to have its own Strike Package layouts.
Treyarch changed this whole system with Black Ops II.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2
With Black Ops 2, Treyarch introduced the brand new Pick 10 system for Create a Class. This system gives you 10 allocation points, and we choose how to allocate thse 10 points. We can choose no secondary; two primaries; two perk ones’; and many more “rule breakers.” This new system has gotten lots of love and attention from fans as it allowed us to customize our load outs to how we want too. You aren’t forced to fill any slots.
What Create a Class system do you want to see in Call of Duty: Ghosts? Do you want to see the return of the Pick 10 system? Or a brand new system?
“Insane” TikTok Warzone Tec-9 loadout reportedly rivals OTs 9
For those looking to use a different SMG in Warzone Season 6, this Tec-9 loadout from TikTok might just be what you’re looking for.
While the OTs 9 dominates the SMG category in Warzone Season 6, this new TikTok Tec-9 class might be exactly what you need to rival the meta.
The current meta in Warzone Season 6 features a variety of weapons. From the Cold War AK-47 to the OTs 9, there isn’t currently much room for a new weapon to come in, especially since JGOD dismissed the RPD.
Having said that, this new Tec-9 class found on TikTok just might rival the SMG meta in Season 6.
The Tec-9 has been out of the SMG meta for some time now, but players are starting to use it again recently thanks to the weapon going viral on TikTok
The TikTok video claims that the Tec-9 can “instakill and destroy people with ease” with these specific attachments:
TikTok TEC-9 Warzone loadout
- Muzzle: Full Auto Repeater
- Barrel: Task Force Barrel
- Underbarrel: Field Agent Grip
- Laser: Tiger Team Spotlight
- Ammunition: STANAG 48 Rnd
The Full Auto Repeater is an essential attachment for the Tec-9, allowing the weapon to become automatic and increase its TTK. The Task Force Barrel is also important for increasing the weapons bullet penetration and velocity.
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The Field Agent Grip is another essential attachment for this weapon, helping decrease the recoil of the weapon, improving your accuracy.
The Tiger Team Spotlight is great for increasing your mobility with the weapon, while the STANAG 40 Rnd allows you to sustain fire for longer to take multiple enemies out and finish your kills.
This Tec-9 loadout has an extremely fast TTK at close range, and can even rival the current OTs 9 meta.
Warzone players should definitely give this loadout a try if they’re looking to try something new and strong in Warzone Season 6. For more, check out how to unlock the Kali Sticks.
Image Credits: Raven Software / Activision
Cold War October 26 update patch notes: Battle Axe hit registry fix, playlist update, more
Treyarch Studios has rolled out the Black Ops Cold War October 26 update patch notes, and we have all of the details covered for you.
The Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War October 26 update patch notes have been officially revealed by Treyarch Studios, and they include some major changes and fixes for the first-person shooter.
However, Treyarch Studios is still working on making Black Ops Cold War as good as it can be which is why the focus of the Cold War October 26 update patch notes was on fixing some major issues players have been facing recently.
You can find the Black Ops Cold War October 26 update patch notes and everything they are changing below:
Black Ops Cold War October 26 update patch notes
THE HAUNTING CONTINUES
There’s only one week left in The Haunting limited-time event! Nuketown Halloween, Scream Deathmatch, Infected, and Hallows’ Eve Outbreak continue this week in Featured Playlists, along with some spooky new bundles appearing throughout the week. In today’s update, we’ve added a 10-second time extension for every Survivor killed in Infected, new stability and bug fixes in Zombies, improved hit registration for the Battle Axe in MP and Zombies, and more.
Starting this Friday, get ready for another Triple-Double Weekend featuring Double XP, Double Weapon XP, and Double Battle Pass XP until 10AM PT Monday, Nov. 1st! If you haven’t completed every challenge in The Haunting to unlock the LAPA SMG, your time is running out. Tick, tock…
Here’s what’s new today:
- Battle Axe
- Addressed an issue that could prevent hits from the Battle Axe from registering properly on nearby enemies in Multiplayer and Zombies.
- Killing a Survivor now adds 10 seconds to the match timer.
- Nuketown Halloween
- Scream Deathmatch
- Gunfight Blueprints [NEW]
- Face Off 6v6
- 12v12 Moshpit
- Party Games (includes Nuketown Halloween Prop Hunt)
- Added stability fixes for issues related to weapon rarity, score from vehicles, upgrade machines, Pumpkin Heads, and Armor spawns.
- Addressed an issue that prevented the “Trick-or-Treat” event Challenge from unlocking in Zombies during The Haunting.
Dead Ops Arcade 3
- Addressed an issue that allowed multiple players to receive multiple rewards from one stone or chest.
- Addressed an issue that allowed multiple players to use an arcade machine at the same time.
- Hallows’ Eve Outbreak
- Outbreak (Endless and 3 Region)
- Mauer der Toten
- Firebase Z
- Die Maschine
- Dead Ops Arcade 3 (Standard and First-Person)
- Onslaught (PlayStation®)
- Onslaught Elite (PlayStation)
- Onslaught Containment (PlayStation)
Source: Treyarch Studios
Image Credits: Activision / Treyarch Studios
Major Warzone Ghost glitch breaks popular Perk
Players are reporting that a glitch with the Ghost Perk in Warzone Season 6 is causing major problems in the game.
Ghost is one of Warzone’s most popular Perks, thanks to its ability to hide the player from enemy UAVs and Heartbeat Sensors. But a “game-breaking” Season 6 glitch is causing the Perks effect to stop working, leaving unsuspecting players exposed.
However, with all the spooky additions, the Ghost Perk has also been broken by a “major” glitch.
CoD YouTuber Immortal explained the new Ghost glitch in a recent upload to his channel.
Ghost is supposed to stop players from showing up on enemy UAVs and Heartbeat Sensors, allowing them to stay hidden.
The bug appears to be making the effectiveness of the Perk with UAVs extremely inconsistent, with users being obscured one moment and revealed the next.
Equipment like UAVs ping every few seconds, revealing nearby enemies with each one. Immortal notes that as it stands, some pings will randomly reveal an enemy’s position, then the next will see them vanish again.
The glitch, which he describes as “pretty game-breaking,” is leaving squads players unsure of whether or not a rival team is aware of their presence or not.
Immortal also mentions that it is an issue for players using a UAV, as it’s impossible to track enemy movements if they are constantly appearing and disappearing from the map.
Ghost has been a divisive perk in Warzone for some time, but the way it is working at the moment is causing issues for every player.
Raven Software has confirmed they are aware of the issue and have a fix on the way, although they did not give a timeframe for how long it will take to implement.
It shouldn’t be too long before the developers release their fix for the Ghost Perk glitch and fans can trust they are being hidden 100% of the time.
As always, stay tuned on Charlie INTEL for all the latest Warzone updates.
Image credits: Activision
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