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Is PvP Taking Over Warzone 2 DMZ?

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Call of Duty Warzone 2 is a fast-paced and intense installment to the popular Call of Duty series. In one of its most popular modes, DMZ, players are dropped into an environment where they compete against both other players and AI enemies as they work to complete objectives and find valuable loot that they’ll take with them during exfil. Make use of the many different weapons in the game to take on the competition, and with an ever-evolving landscape that offers a completely different experience for every round, Warzone 2 DMZ is sure to get anyone who gives it a shot hooked. In this review we will discuss whether PvP has become too competitive in DMZ, and if it’s taking over the gamemode.

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Is PvP Too Competitive in Warzone 2 DMZ?

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One of the great things about Warzone 2 DMZ is that not everyone you see is an AI. This means that you will still have plenty of unique interactions in the game mode, and since players are far less predictable you may find yourself ambushed or surprised when you least expected it. Although this feeling may sound exhilarating to many, some players are against the idea that PvP is a good thing in DMZ – or that there is too much of it in the game mode currently.

While it is true that being good at defeating other players in a fight can be a huge advantage in the popular game mode, DMZ was specifically designed to offer this challenge to its players. Since the mode is a player vs player vs environment type of game, fans should expect that they will run into others while they play through a round. Having human players in the game is especially important to help boost the replayability of the game mode, since if you simply mastered how to defeat the AI then DMZ would become a piece of cake for your experienced team.

Therefore, PvP is not taking over Warzone 2 DMZ, even though some may say that it is. One remedy that would appease both sides of the argument would be to offer a version of the game mode with less players – or reduce that number across the board. This would have the effect of reducing the number of human encounters players will have in a round, making PvP less prevalent but still an important skill to know in DMZ. What do you think about this issue? Be sure to let us know!

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