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CharlieIntel Podcast Episode 2: Black Ops Cold War Alpha Impressions

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We’re kicking off the CharlieIntel podcast to dive deep into the latest news and updates in the Call of Duty world!

In the second episode, we talk about the Black Ops Cold War PS4 only alpha, skill based matchmaking features, the studios behind the games, and more!

The new episode is available to watch on YouTube and Audio.

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CI Podcast #15: Warzone’s DMR still overpowered! StoneMountain64 Interview

StoneMountain joins this week’s CharlieIntel Podcast to discuss Warzone’s broken DMR, stat-tracking apps and SBMM, and more.

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StoneMountain64 and the DMR.

Warzone’s meta has been dominated by one weapon over the festive period, with the DMR wreaking havoc across Verdansk. Despite a nerf from Raven, the gun remains ultra-powerful, with further calls for the weapon’s power to be brought down.

The DMR Tactical Rifle has been the weapon of choice for players dropping into Verdansk, thanks to it’s incredible power and impressive accuracy. The weapon is so strong that many content creators called on Raven to make some changes, with the company finally introducing a nerf on January 5.

Unfortunately, it seems like it hasn’t affected the gun enough, with it still picking players off from distance with ease, something which Mike, Keshav, and StoneMountain64 all weighed in on during this week’s episode.

Also on the podcast this week, Keshav breaks down the rumors that Sledgehammer Games will develop Call of Duty 2021, while the pair also discuss the new Warzone stat-tracking apps that are being used to manipulate skill-based matchmaking.

StoneMountain64 joins the show to reveal his thoughts on what a new map could do for Warzone, while SuperEvan also drops by to discuss why he left Fortnite for Warzone.


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CI Podcast #14: OpTic H3CZ on Scump’s future and Warzone’s Rebirth Island

OpTic H3CZ joins the CharlieIntel Podcast to discuss life after Scump, the future of Call of Duty esports, and Warzone’s Rebirth Island.

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H3CZ and Scump.

Warzone Season 1 is officially here, and with Rebirth Island receiving mixed reviews from CoD fans, Mike & Keshav share their thoughts on the new map, and also chat to OpTic’s Hector H3CZ’ Rodriguez.

After weeks of speculation, Rebirth Island has finally arrived. The new map is heavily based on Alcatraz from Black Ops 4 and Blackout, and offers players a chance to compete in faster-paced match ups compared to normal Battle Royale on Verdansk.

While some are happy to experience Warzone in a new way, some are disappointed with the map’s size, and were hoping for a new BR map to replace Verdansk in an effort to keep things fresh.

Joining the podcast this week is OpTic H3CZ, who recently regained of the organization that has been intertwined with his life for over a decade. The NRG co-CEO discusses what the Chicago Huntsmen name means to him moving forward, and whether he’s planning for life in Call of Duty after Seth ‘Scump’ Abner.

H3CZ also reveals his favorite CoD titles of all time, and why he thinks Activision need to do more to support the game’s esports scene.


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CI Podcast #13: Rebirth Island changing Warzone forever & Cold War S1 preview

Bobby Poff joins Mike & Keshav to discuss Warzone’s Rebirth Island, Black Ops Cold War Season 1, and the on-going cheating issues.

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Bobby Poff and new Warzone map.

Black Ops Cold War Season 1 is just around the corner, with Warzone also receiving a new map and a refreshed Gulag system that could change the battle royale forever.

Mike & Keshav welcome Bobby Poff to Episode #13 of the CharlieIntel podcast. In this week’s episode, we discuss the upcoming release of Black Ops Cold War Season 1, the launch of Warzone’s Rebirth Island and the new Gulag system, how cheating is still a major issue in Call of Duty, and whether bringing back old maps from previous CoD titles is the right decision.

Bobby Poff also joins the show to discuss how Keemstar and his Warzone Wednesday tournament helped launch his rise to fame, his thoughts on Black Ops Cold War, and the sacrifices he had to make to become a streamer.

December 15 sees the first major update for Black Ops Cold War since the game’s release, introducing Season 1 to the game with new modes, maps, operators, and more. Zombies fans will also get their hands on new content too, meaning there’s something for everyone in this patch.

Just a day later on December 16, Warzone’s new Rebirth Island arrives. A smaller map with less combatants, the action is set to come thick and fast for anyone who dares drop in. There will also be major updates to the Gulag system, which may make it harder for players to make it back to the action.

Bobby Poff joins Mike to discuss his huge success on Warzone, what changes he would make to the mode, and the massive sacrifices he made to pursue his dream of content creation.


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