How to use Warzone 2 Birdseye Perk: Does Birdseye work?

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Warzone 2 players have realized just how strong the Birdseye Perk is in Season 1 Reloaded, but many are still wondering if it works. For those interested, here’s how to use the Birdseye Perk.

Warzone 2 provides players with a lot of choices when it comes to their loadouts, as not only do players need to pick from the abundance of weaponry, but they also need to choose a Perk Package that suits their playstyle.

While picking weapons might be slightly easier for players, as usually the most popular are the ones dominating the meta, choosing a Perk Package can be more challenging.

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With that said, many believe the Warzone 2 Birdseye Perk to be extremely strong, influencing their Perk Package choice, but how does it work?

How does Warzone 2 Perk Birdseye work?

Players can use and take advantage of the Birdseye Perk in Warzone 2 by selecting the Recon Perk Package. The Perk allows players to see the enemy’s position and the direction they’re facing on the minimap during a UAV and any Radar ping.

The main reason this is so strong is because it works whenever anyone in the lobby uses a UAV. While you won’t get the full UAV, you’ll get a couple of pings, which also show the direction the enemies are facing — an extremely useful tool.

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Does Birdseye work in Warzone 2?

Raven Software have officially fixed the bug with Ultimate Perks in Warzone 2 Season 1 Reloaded, which caused them to not work as intended.

Now, when using the Recon Perk Package on your loadout, players will be able to feel the full effects and benefits of Birdseye and any other Ultimate Perk for that matter. In fact, this Perk has already turned heads since the devs fixed Ultimate Perks, with WhosImmortal and Dr Disrespect feeling as if Birdseye needs to be nerfed.

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For more on Warzone 2, check out everything we know about the Season 2 update coming in February, including the weapon leaks and Resurgence map.

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