Game-changing Warzone idea would remove two powerful items

Heartbeat Sensor in Warzone

There are various different game modes that you can try out in Warzone, and one player has come up with the idea for a mode that would remove UAVs and Heartbeat sensors.

There was an impressive content drop in Warzone when the Season 5 Reloaded update arrived. The game received plenty of changes, including the Clash mode that replaced Plunder.

Fans are wondering what other additions are the devs planning to introduce in the future, and one player has come up with a suggestion for a game mode with no UAVs and Heartbeat Sensors.

Warzone players shooting a helicopter

Reddit user fatjesus10 brought up the idea of a Warzone game mode in which players can’t utilize these two powerful items. Using a UAV or Heartbeat sensor lets players find their opponents’ locations.

Knowing your enemy’s current whereabouts can prove to be a great tactical advantage that you can use to get the drop on them. However, this all boils down to the luck of the person who finds the loadout first.

“It’s getting a bit boring now dying before the first circle even moves,” the Redditor explained. “Because a team of very high skilled players get their loadout almost immediately and instantly pop a UAV and come and wipe my entire team before we’re even halfway to a loadout.”

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While many of the commenters were fine with no Heartbeat Sensor, many of them weren’t keen about removing UAVs since that would cause everyone to play extremely carefully and make the game feel slower.

“No Heartbeat yeah, I feel a UAV is necessary. I wouldn’t want a running simulator. Some direction is helpful,” wrote one user.

Removing the Heartbeat Sensor would change the gameplay without slowing it down by a dramatic amount.

Perhaps, the developers will introduce a similar idea to a future game mode. For more Call of Duty: Warzone, check out JGOD’s best loadouts in Season 5 Reloaded and the best loadout you should use for the Bullfrog SMG.

Image credits: Activision / Raven Software