Warzone 2 is designed to favor bad players over good ones. A CoD professional proved that in a crazy experiment. He taped his finger to the controller.
Santa Monica, California – Warzone 2 got off to a rough start. Even half a year after the release of Activision’s Battle Royale, the shooter is fighting its way from update to update in the hope of not losing more players. Efforts seem in vain as fans leave the sinking ship in droves. One reason, according to pros, is that the game is too easy. One of the streamers proved this with a crazy experiment – he taped his finger to the controller. “Winning has never been easier.“
|name of the game||Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0|
|Release||16. November 2022|
|Row||Call of Duty|
|platform||PS5, Xbox Series X, PC|
|Genre||First Person Multiplayer-Online-Shooter, Battle Royale|
|business model||Free to Play|
Warzone 2: Pro sticks fingers to the controller to prove you don’t have to be able to do anything
It’s about this professional: The pro in question is YouTuber and streamer IceManIsaac. In the community he is known for his helpful tips and tricks, as well as for his good gameplay. For example, he created the best sniper in Warzone 2. In the current debate about Warzone 2, he is one of the biggest critics of the Battle Royale. German YouTubers like Haptic also sharply criticize Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2.
This is the Warzone 2 debate
Many professionals and streamers criticize that Warzone 2 is too easy. Mechanics that made gameplay in Warzone challenging and differentiated between good and bad players have mostly been removed from the sequel. The movement in Warzone 2 in particular is a lot of criticism, because good players are punished if they try to outmaneuver their opponents. However, some fans claim that this does not make Warzone 2 easier, but more tactical. You now have to think more about your positioning and other aspects.
IceManIsaac “modded” his controller: To prove that you have to be able to do significantly less in Warzone 2 than in the predecessor, IceManIsaac dared an experiment. He “modded” his controller. He simply taped his finger to the L2 button. This is responsible for aiming. So he ran a whole lap through Warzone 2, in which he only looked through the scope of his weapon.
What was IceManIsaac trying to prove? IceManIsaac wanted to prove that Warzone 2 is not more tactical due to the missing movement. All you had to do was constantly look through your visor and you would win. In fact, the streamer won on the first try. He then cheekily titled his corresponding YouTube video “Winning has never been easier”. But probably never boring.