Modern Warfare 2 & Warzone 2 devs send out movement survey after Season 3 backlash
The Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 community expressed its disappointment with the Season 3 update, especially the underwhelming movement changes it brought. Now, the devs have sent out a survey asking players what they think about the movement in both games.
Despite bringing back the iconic Intervention Sniper Rifle, Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 Season 3 has been heavily criticized by fans. Dr Disrespect has called out the way one-shot Snipers were implemented, and some streamers have even received death threats from disappointed players.
Much of the community felt that content creators oversold the changes planned for the Season 3 update, particularly when it comes to movement. Extra mobility was added with faster sliding and smoother mantling, but features like shooting while sliding are still absent.
Now, following the backlash to Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 Season 3, the devs have sent a survey to select players asking to gauge their feelings on the movement in both games.
The questionnaire was shared on Twitter by popular streamer ModernWarzone, who said the survey was asking “for feedback on the speeds” of certain features and mechanics. These included sprint-to-fire, bunnyhopping, dolphin dives, strafing, and many more.
Players could then choose from five options, ranging from “Much too slow” up to “Much too fast.”
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This movement survey only seems to have been sent out to a select number of content creators and high-profile players for the time being, but plenty of fans responded sharing their opinions.
“Bro everyone better be checking ‘much too slow’ on EVERYTHING lmao,” said one player. “Everything is too slow, plus allow us to ads/shoot WHILE dolphin diving and WHILE sliding,” agreed another.
Others replied to urge the devs to take the feedback from the survey on board and use it to make drastic changes to Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2, with some even using XDefiant as an example.
“They should look at XDefiant to get an idea how it is done,” said one response. “Not just the movement btw but also how they are actually listening to player feedback and changing things even if it’s just a closed beta and they are limited in what they can do with this build.”
Only time will tell how the community feedback will impact both games going forward, or if it will be used to bring major movement changes in Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 Season 3 Reloaded.
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