Treyarch has put extra give attention to the PC model of Black Ops Four than the collection has seen in years, however followers have nonetheless been left to surprise once they’re getting PC-specific stability modifications. After all, switching from controller to mouse and keyboard enter has a big impact on which weapons are OP. Treyarch mentioned PC-specific stability tweaks had been coming, and right now marks the primary of these modifications.
The Saug 9mm will get elevated hip fireplace unfold, and a decrease most distance for harm fall-off to assist quell its overuse. The MOG 12 equally will get nerfed, with a decreased one-hit kill vary.
Similar modifications went into the console patch on October 30, however Treyarch says extra dramatic consideration for these weapons was wanted on PC. The Koshka is the one weapon positively affected by this replace, as now you can get a one-shot kill by hitting the higher chest somewhat than simply the pinnacle.
All these tweaks are particularly famous within the patch notes below the multiplayer header, so it doesn’t seem like they’ll take impact in Blackout.
Check out our information to Black Ops 4 weapons – you’ll want what benefits you may get amid a shifting meta, particularly because it begins to diverge from the console model of the game.