Blog - February 7, 2024

CoD is making a game-changing tweak to player health in MW3 and Warzone season 2

Part two will be live today at Call of duty: Modern warfare 3 And Battlefield, and specific changes to both modes in the seasonal update could make them feel completely new.

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Season two patch notes for MW3 And Battlefield revealed big changes coming to both games. These changes are independent of each other but are related to the speed of health recovery which has been controversial since its release. MW3 multiplayer and Battlefield might feel quite different after today’s update and here’s why.

MW3 And Battlefield Health changes season 2

MW3 stationBig changes are coming. Image via Activision

Sledgehammer Games is aiming to improve the feel of of MW3 multiplayer by adjusting the health regeneration rate.

“We’ve adjusted healing to better fit the pace of the game,” Sledgehammer said in MW3 note. “These changes are intended to increase the intensity and satisfaction of gunfights. For example, it will now only take ~5 seconds to heal from 1 to 150 health, down from ~7.7 seconds previously.”

Battlefield Meanwhile, dev Raven Software has different health value changes and reasoning, but these tweaks are also aimed at improving gameplay.

“After reviewing the interaction data, we felt we could reduce the regen delay and increase the regen time to reduce the total change time by 1.75 seconds compared to regen,” the developer said. born”. “As a reminder, the Medic Vest and/or Survivor Perk both set the recovery delay to 4 seconds, which also shows the increased value of the above recovery change.”

Below are the specific upcoming changes MW3 And Battlefield in part two, which goes live today at 11 a.m. CT.

MW3 health recovery changes

  • Reduced delay before healing begins from 4 seconds to 3 seconds (-25%).
  • Increased healing rate from 40 HP per second to 75 HP per second (+88%).

Battlefield health recovery changes

  • The speed at which you begin to heal after taking damage has been reduced to six seconds, down from seven seconds.
  • Regen per second increased to 50, up from 40.