Treyarch increased the penalties for friendly shooting and players who withdrew.
ICYMI, the “Black Ops” Cold War League has imposed “increasing match penalties” suspensions on players who habitually withdraw or indulge in friendly fire.
We have already detailed many of the major changes brought about by the Season Two Reload, which was launched earlier this week, but Treyarch also confirmed that it is redoubled efforts to curb the chaos caused by the grieving and retired players.
The studio explained in a recent update: “With the addition of “Apocalypse Hardpoint” and “Express S&D” in the “League of Revelation” rotation, we are constantly working to improve the competitive experience in more ways.” “We have heard the latest feedback on wildcard selection and agree: We want players to contribute a style of play in the league.
The statement continued: “We have also added a new game suspension penalty for players who withdrew from the game or participated in friendly shooting to ensure that all players have a better game experience.” Because “the penalty will be escalated due to multiple crimes.”
League match update:
? Law Breaker no longer supports the two main weapons
?Cheer up greed is now restricted
?Upgrade the game to suspend the penalty for a friendly fire and withdraw from the game
? Visual update of ladder, bracket and grade screen pic.twitter.com/crJ1mnD8wx
— Treyarch Studios (@Treyarch) March 29, 2021
The update also brings other changes, including making Law Breaker no longer support the two main weapons, restrictions on Perk Greed, and “visual updates” to ladders, brackets, and level screens.
The second season of “Call of Duty: Black Ops” Cold War and “Reloaded Theater” is now live. The mid-season update for the two shooters adds some new maps, new modes and new features to the “Black Ops” Cold War, as well as two new operators and a new ZRG 20mm sniper rifle.