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Frustrated Dr Disrespect explains why he’s taking a break from Warzone

Dr Disrespect has u-turned on recent claims that he was enjoying Warzone Season 3, now stating that he has “no interest in playing this game.”

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After reaching a boiling point with Warzone Season 3, Dr Disrespect had declared that he needs to take a break from the battle royale game and has explained why he thinks the game is “unplayable.”

It’s fair to say that Dr Disrespect has gone back and forth over Verdansk ’84, both hating and enjoying aspects of the newly-introduced map.

A couple of weeks ago he wasn’t impressed by the map updates, then he was lamenting the state of Warzone solos and commenting on how the mode could be improved, and then he came full-circle by saying that Verdansk ’84 “feels good!”

But now, Dr Disrespect, also known as Herschel “Guy” Beahm IV, has reverted back to his original state of mind saying that he needs to step away from Warzone for the time being.

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His complaints originated on April 30 during a live YouTube stream on his official channel. His rant began by stating, “I gotta stop playing it. I don’t get anything out of it anymore, at all, really. Snipes here and there once in a while. Erm, but if it’s not obvious it should be, I have no interest in playing this game.”

He elaborates further by saying, “Especially with this map and with this season.” So it’s clear that his recent positive views on Verdansk ’84 were short-lived and perhaps in the heat of the moment.

Dr Disrepsect says that he has one more tournament, so he’ll take part in it, and after that, he will “figure things out.” He’s clearly very upset with the game and what he feels it’s not offering at the moment, adding that Warzone “is such a bland experience for me.”

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He notes that the overabundance of Dead Silence and Stopping Power doesn’t help and it results in “cheesy” deaths.

His misery with Warzone was also compounded by a short-lived return to his game in which lag seemingly cost him a death. It amused Dr Disrespect more than it angered him, declaring the game as “unplayable.”

It may just need another day or two of good Warzone results to turn things around, but one of Warzone’s most popular figures is definitely not happy with the game’s current state of affairs.

Image Credits: Dr Disrespect / Activision

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JGOD explains why Cold War guns are better than Vanguard’s in Warzone

Top Warzone YouTuber JGOD has explained why you should use Cold War’s weapons over Vanguard’s in Season 1.

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Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific includes guns from Modern Warfare, Black Ops Cold War, and Vanguard. YouTuber JGOD has explained why it’s Cold War’s weapons you should carry in your loadout.

Warzone now offers players over 150 weapons to choose from, with every gun from the previous three Call of Duty games available in the battle royale. Vanguard’s are the latest to arrive, so players have been enjoying using these classic WW2 guns in Warzone.

However, Warzone meta expert JGOD has explained why it’s Black Ops Cold War’s weapons you should be using in Caldera and Rebirth Island in Season 1.

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Bullet velocity is one of the most important stats when building a weapon in Warzone. The faster your bullets travel, the quicker your bullets hit the enemies and the less you need to lead your shots – making it much easier to hit moving targets.

JGOD said that Cold War’s weapons have the best bullet velocity of the bunch, which is what makes them much better than Vanguard’s.

He explained that when you build your weapons for long-range, “you want the bullet velocity to be anywhere between 1000 to maybe 1200.” But this is where Vanguard’s weapons struggle, as even though they have low recoil, their bullet velocity usually falls around 850-900 meters per second – except for LMGs such as the Bren and Type 11.

This makes them much more difficult to use than Cold War and Modern Warfare’s weapons at long range, so Vanguard weapons likely aren’t the meta picks.

Now that the hype around Vanguard’s weapons has died down, we’ve seen guns such as the AK-47, XM4, and Grau 5.56 re-enter the ten most popular weapons list, and this is likely because they’re so much more consistent and easy to use.

Raven Software are probably aware of the bullet velocity difference, and will be making adjustments to being Vanguard’s guns more in-line with the other weapons – perhaps in February’s Season 2 update.

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Best Bren loadout for Warzone Pacific Season 1

The Bren LMG can be one of Warzone’s most powerful weapons, and we’ve got all the attachments and perks you need to build the best loadout.

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Assault Rifles, SMGs, and Sniper Rifle loadouts often dominate the Warzone meta, but the Bren LMG is one of the best weapons in Pacific Caldera with the right attachments and perks.

Warzone Pacific Season 1 was one of the biggest updates the battle royale has seen since its launch, adding a brand-new map, a host of bug fixes, and the introduction of Vanguard weapons.

With over 40 guns added to the game, it’s no surprise that the meta saw some major shifts, with the Bren LMG rising through the ranks to dominate the game.

This heavy weapon boasts an impressive amount of ammo and firepower, with the only major downside being its slow rate of fire. However, this gun can still be extremely lethal with the right loadout.

Here’s how you can make the best Warzone Pacific Season 1 Bren loadout.

Best attachments for Warzone Bren loadout

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  • Muzzle:¬†Mercury Silencer
  • Barrel:¬†Queen‚Äôs 705m Royal
  • Optic:¬†SVT-40 PU Scope 3-6x
  • Stock:¬†Hockenson SP2B
  • Underbarrel:¬†Carver Foregrip
  • Magazine:¬†.50 BMG 50 Round Mags
  • Ammunition:¬†Lengthened
  • Rear Grip:¬†Polymer Grip
  • Perk:¬†Tight Grip
  • Perk 2:¬†Fully Loaded

First, we’ll focus on bringing the Warzone Bren’s recoil under control, and the¬†Mercury Silencer¬†is great for quietening shots and improving accuracy. The¬†Queen‚Äôs 705m Royal barrel is perfect for long-range fights, boosting bullet velocity, recoil control, accuracy, and even eliminating damage drop-off at range.

With the weapon’s accuracy improved, you can increase your chances of hitting your targets at longer ranges by equipping the SVT-40 PU Scope 3-6x optic. The Hockenson SP28 stock will also boost aiming stability, and make recoil more manageable.

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The¬†Carver Foregrip underbarrel provides further recoil control along with the Polymer Grip, while the .50 BMG 50 Round Mags means you shouldn’t run out of ammo too quickly. We’ve teamed that up with the Lengthened ammo type to maximize bullet velocity.

We went with the Tight Grip¬†Perk to really help you hit your shots, while¬†Fully Loaded¬†lets you start with maximum reserve ammo so that you don’t have to look for more during combat.


Best Bren Perks and equipment 

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  • Perk 1: Cold-Blooded
  • Perk 2: Overkill
  • Perk 3: Amped
  • Lethal: Thermite
  • Tactical: Heartbeat Sensor

You’ll want to stay hidden from enemies using the Combat Scout Perk to mark their targets. For that reason, we recommend equipping Cold-Blooded to ensure that they don’t follow your movements.

Overkill lets you pick another primary weapon for different combat situations, so you can pair the Bren with something like the Kar98k. Amped lets you swap between your weapons much quicker.

Finally, you should equip the Thermite and Heartbeat Sensor equipment so that you can track your enemies and hunt them down with greater ease.


How to unlock the Bren in Vanguard and Warzone Pacific

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To unlock the Bren, you must reach Level 53 in Vanguard and Warzone Pacific Season 1. Since this is just two levels off the max, it will take some serious grinding to get there.

Since you’ll need to have the Bren available to you in Vanguard and Warzone to put together this loadout, be sure to hop into some games and play extremely well until you reach the required level.


Best alternatives to the Bren in Vanguard

The Bren is a slow-firing, heavy LMG, so if you’re looking for something faster then we recommend trying out the Volk Assault Rifle in Warzone Pacific. It’s rapid enough to eliminate whole groups of players.

You can also check out our best Automaton loadout, which is a fast-firing Assault Rifle that you can use to eliminate opponents over great distances during long-range combat situations.


Warzone has plenty of viable weapons ahead of the Season 2 launch, and to find our top picks, check out our best Warzone guns guide where we ranked every single weapon.

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Warzone devs hint at Caldera map changes in Season 2 update

Raven Software have teased map changes for Caldera in Warzone Season 2 with the minimap already teasing what’s to come.

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Warzone players noticed that Caldera’s minimap showed a building that didn’t exist, and Raven Software teased that this is a sign of map changes to come in Season 2.

Warzone finally received a brand-new map with Season 1’s Pacific update, but players were keen for Raven Software to keep it changing to stop it from going stale. Although Verdansk received an 80s overhaul, many players still wished that the developers had done more with it.

It appears that Raven have some map changes planned for Caldera, as they teased that an area would receive an overhaul in February’s Season 2.

Docks in Warzone Pacific Caldera

Warzone players were baffled when they noticed that the Refinery area south of Docks looked completely different on the mini map. While the actual area has some rusty old buildings dotted around, the minimap shows that the area has two large buildings instead.

A player then tweeted Raven Software to let them know about the issue on January 25 and they replied, teasing that there’s a good reason for this. “Maybe the Map knows about a change coming to this area in Season 2?” they suggested.

One of the major complaints about Caldera is that all of the interesting areas and POIs are dotted around the edge of the map, while the middle is has been described as “barren nothingness.” This could be Raven’s attempt to build up the center of the map, and change how the area is played.

Whether this is the only map change for Season 2 remains to be seen, as Raven could have any number of changes lined up. Hopefully, we’ll find out more when the roadmap drops in the coming weeks.

Season 2 was originally scheduled for the start of February but got pushed back to February 14 to allow the developers more time to work on bugs and balance tweaks. We know that Ranked Play will finally drop in Vanguard with this update, but they’re still playing their cards close to their chest when it comes to Warzone.

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