Remove airstrikes from Warzone, players ask for $100k after tournament

The World Series of Warzone is the biggest esports event related to CoD: Warzone, and a lot of attention is paid to the Solo Yolo segment, in which the winner can take home a fabulous $100,000. Of course, such an event places considerable demands on the participants, and for many it can become an absolutely crucial moment in their career.

Unfortunately, a situation occurred in this year’s tournament, which forced many participants and the audience to make a fundamental request to the game developer. It concerned the player Rhys ‘Rated’ Price, who made it to the last eighteen survivors. When he subsequently hid inside the building in a vantage point and lay in wait for the enemies, he was suddenly killed with the help of a Precision Airstrike that killed him through the ceiling of the building.

Shortly after the end of the tournament, his former teammate from Warzone Duos, nicknamed Aydan, took to Twitter and in a short post asked the developers to remove Precision Airstrike from the game and stop similar, in his view, unfair situations.

The post was followed by a number of other approving comments, with another professional player going by the nickname Mavriq adding that Raven Software, who take care of Warzone, even state in the latest patch notes that Precision Airstrike will continue to kill through windows, balconies and walls.

Of course, the question is whether a similar request will prompt the Ravens to remove the special attack from the game, or at least modify its effectiveness. The British Ethan ‘Fifakill’ Pink eventually won the entire prestigious tournament.

Source: Games by

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