The armor-broken UI indicator was added to Warzone 2 recently to help educate players, but most players dislike it and want it removed. Oversaturating players with text signals might be counterproductive in a game as frenetically fast-paced as Warzone 2.
Warzone 2’s long-awaited season 2 update dropped on February 15 after a short delay. The new Ashika map is playable in DMZ and revival mode, a more compact and fierce take on the classic battle royale has returned. The island’s layout concentrates conflict on strategic strongholds, the most important of which is Ashika Castle. Fans are appreciative of the increased content, but there are still many complaints about the second season that have not been resolved.
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One contentious change to Warzone 2’s user interface that appeared with season 2 is a text indicator for destroying an opponent’s armor. Players are becoming confused because the new feature is the same size and type as an opponent-downed text indicator, and they can only afford a quick glimpse at the UI while doling out and dodging gunfire.
Many users on Reddit agreed with Fatboyslick’s assessment of the community’s reaction to the new method. The general consensus is that the additional language is unnecessary and may even result in death if a player mistakes a knockdown for an armor break or vice versa. Despite numerous requests for comment, Infinity Ward has yet to make a formal statement.
The sadness felt by some fans is understandable, despite the many reasons to rejoice with the arrival of Warzone 2 Season 2. It has been argued that Infinity Ward is placing too much emphasis on the game’s visuals rather than its gameplay in developing Warzone 2.
Some players feel that the experimental DMZ mode is ruining the game’s balance, while others think the opposite. Ashika island and the resurgent game mode have been well received, and Warzone 2 is still early in its life cycle, so players are optimistic that Infinity Ward will fix the game’s problems.
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