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Published: 2/Nov/2018 19:55 Updated: 2/Nov/2018 23:50by Wyatt Donigan
Treyarch has released the long-awaited PC-specific weapon balancing update for Black Ops 4.
As promised, PC players of Black Ops 4 have just received a specific patch to address some of the weapon imbalance issues that had plagued the platform since launch.
Given that those on PC have a much easier time aiming with a mouse and keyboard compared to a controller, certain weapons were performing much better than intended on the platform.
Chief among these was the Saug 9mm SMG, with the Dual Wield Operator Mod allowing the gun to shred through enemies with ease. As such, Treyarch increased the hip fire spread and lowered the maximum damage falloff distance to bring it in line with other weapons.
The MOG-12 shotgun and Koshka sniper rifle also saw some changes to their one-shot kill potential, with the MOG receiving a nerf and the Koshka receiving a buff.
You can find the full patch notes for the November 2 update below:
Hey–here are a few of the tweaks and updates that are live right now, courtesy of the ongoing work Beenox is doing to listen to feedback and ensure the best possible PC experience.
General Changes (PC)
Source – Reddit