Raven Software Teases Warzone Health Changes

Warzone players are never afraid to share their thoughts on various features of the game. The health of players has remained at 100 in standard battle royale modes but has changed in other modes such as Rebirth Iron Trials.

With Season 2 Reloaded on the horizon, players are expecting a wealth of changes to Warzone ranging from bug fixes to weapon balancing capable of changing the existing metagame.

In addition to the usual changes, Raven Software is allowing the community to vote on a potential increase in player health, a potentially game-changing update.

Warzone Season 2 Reloaded Health Change
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Warzone Health Change

In a Tweet posted on March 16, Raven Software asked players to give their feedback in order to build "the ultimate battle royale experience." The developer asks if the community prefers the current level of health in battle royale modes or whether it should receive an increase to match Vanguard Royale.

With a few hours on the poll remaining, over 70% of players want the developer to increase health to 150. On the other hand, some members of the community shared their concerns surrounding weapon balance and the possibility of sniper rifles being unable to score one-shot kills.

Will Raven Software Change Warzone Health?

Depending on the result of the poll, there's a chance Raven Software will consider the feedback of the community as it makes changes ahead of the Season 2 Reloaded update. A change in player health will need adjustments to weapon performance but the longer time-to-kill will allow more opportunities for tactical play on Caldera and Rebirth Island.

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