Over the final couple of weeks, Call of Duty: Warzone has been dominated by a number of weapons, but none as a robust because the DMR 14. Thankfully, Raven Software launched a patch on Wednesday nerfing the gun — though it might have been too {powerful} to cease with only one replace.

The DMR 14 is a comparatively new addition to the Warzone arsenal, making its approach over from Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War with December’s season 1 patch. The weapon is a semi-automatic rifle, with lengthy vary, nice accuracy, and really excessive harm. All this combines to make it a wonderful selection on an enormous map like Verdansk even when the gun isn’t overpowered. But when it’s OP like it has been for the previous couple of months, it fully takes over the sport.

To assist curb the DMR 14’s energy, Raven Software nerfed its headshot harm and elevated its recoil. Unfortunately, in line with some gamers, it wasn’t quite enough. As it seems, it wasn’t simply headshots that were strong on the DMR, but body shots as well. The recoil improve ought to imply that you just not less than must be extra correct to land the few photographs wanted to take out your goal, but within the fingers of a very good participant it looks as if the DMR may nonetheless be the go-to gun for now.

The Warzone patch additionally nerfed the Mac-10 SMG, the sport’s strongest close-quarters weapon in the meanwhile, and the Type 63, which is kind of like a slightly-less-powerful model of the DMR 14. Despite these weapons being in Black Ops Cold War as effectively, these nerfs only apply to Warzone.

Hopefully these modifications will likely be sufficient to curb some of the DMR’s dominance, but in the event that they aren’t Raven’s certain to launch one other stability patch within the close to future.