News - One Shot Sniper Blueprint, Weekend Event, More. Mw2 Season 2 Reloaded Update - Warzone 2
Welcome back to a brand new news article today. We're going to be talking about the one-shot sniper and how you're going to be able to get it, as well as some other upcoming patch notes and changes to expect in the very near future in Modern Warfare 2.
The first thing I want to let you know is that the triple XP weekend and free access multiplayer are currently live.
You will be able to get double XP, double weapons XP, and double battle pass XP for everyone, so make sure you guys take advantage of it. This weekend, it's live now. It's going to be live until March 20th, and it will be ending at 10 a.m. Pacific Standard Time on that day, so take advantage of that.
It's a very big weekend; there's a lot going on. There's also another event, which is the St. Patrick's Day event, which is the first topic we are going to be covering today; it's actually already gone live. For al-Mazra, the rivers are now green, as well as there being a rainbow, and for Chica Island, there's only a rainbow now.
That's not even the coolest thing about this update. What makes it very unique is the fact that at the end of the rainbow if you follow it, you're able to get a one-shot sniper.
How to get one shot sniper
There's only going to be one one-shot sniper per match, and let me tell you, if you get it, you are at the biggest advantage.
Because the sniper is definitely broken, it only takes one shot to even out the leg, so no matter what, if you hit your shot, you will definitely be guaranteed to get a knock, so it's very overpowered. I'm going to show you guys how you can maximize your chances of getting it, so that way you can have some fun with it.
It's probably one of the funniest weapons I've ever used; it's very broken and it's actually really fun, but here's how to get it: There's going to be a total of two different spawns, as I've noticed when I've done it on a Chic island. I haven't gotten to do it on our measure yet, and I know most people play Ashika, Island, in Resurgence, so I'm going to make this for Resurgence, but there are two different spawn points.
The very first one is going to be a location, right? In Suki Castle, in the water, there's like a little pond, and in that pond, usually, the rainbow will spawn. The second location is that power plant with the Easter egg secret building in it. Other than being on the roof of that building, other than these two positions, I've never seen a spawn anywhere else, so I believe that these are going to be the only two spots that it can spawn in.
If I were you, I would definitely check to see where the rainbow spawns at that time and where the end of it is in the pre-game lobby. So before the game even loads up, just know where you're going to be heading, so that way you already know where you're going to be dropping, but there are two different areas that it will spawn in.
The first one is that area that I just mentioned. And it's going to be green and gold. Make sure you don't make the mistake of picking up a different extra mark because they do drop a lot of different weapons from these chests, so sometimes you'll see a SPX sniper and sometimes you'll see another Victis.
XMR, but it doesn't have the camo and it doesn't have the actual blueprint, so don't make that mistake; make sure you get the actual one, and then you get out of there and you'll be able to use this sniper, but it's a very, very broken weapon. And the ARs, like the Hemlock that can beam people across the map, really make sniping useless because if you're going to snipe someone and then get a hit marker on them, and it's guaranteed you're going to get a hit marker on them, what's the point of using the sniper in the first place when you can use a different AR or A different weapon that has a way faster time to kill and you'll be able to thirst them without having to really Cog back the gun and all of that, especially if you are using a sniper, there's also that huge sniper glint that people can see so they'll know that you're sniping at them and it just won't peak you and even if they do, they'll only get hit markers, so with the current status and the way that Warzone is placed, snipers are really not in that meta, so I do hope that they make the change and actually make them very useful, so that way we could see things like trick shots and cool clips and things like that in the game, but as of right now this Is this what to expect?
There's that one-shot sniper, and it's also going to be available now. I don't know the spawns in that area, but it's going to be located at the end of the rainbow, and at the end of the rainbow there's going to be just a bunch of different chests; as you saw in the clip with Chica Island, it's going to be the same thing there, and then one of them will be the sniper.
I definitely do recommend you give that a try—at least try out that sniper one time and get it one time just to get the feeling of whatOne-Shot is. Snipers are truly going to be fun without having to deal with any hit markers or anything like that it's truly a fun. Experience, but with the way that people are landing on it, it might be a little bit harder, so even if you don't land on it or essentially try to go and land on it, there's a likely chance that you might end up meeting the person who ended up picking it up, and if you eliminate them, you'll be able to get it, but in my opinion regardless.
This is a very good update because this is going to help us with the future of other seasons and the future of War Zone 2, but the next thing that we have is some minor patch notes and updates and some things that have been rolling out, so The first one in the DMZ, they said they did a DMZ update; we recently reverted a small damage increase across all enemy combatant types in our I'm not sure why they keep doing this, but they're usually always just either nerfing the damage or increasing the damage nerfing the damage or increasing the damage they just never have it set at one default area.
But this time around, they made them a little bit too broken and overpowered, so they ended up reverting that update and bringing them back to the way that they were, but they keep touching them. I have no idea why they keep doing that because a lot of times they end up messing it up when they do it.
I know this because I got on TMZ and was literally aimbotted. Through walls, getting shot through walls that you shouldn't even be able to shoot through, and the next day I see them post saying, Oops, we made them a little bit too overpowered when we were trying to fix them, but regardless, they are adjusting the AIS to try to find a comfortable balance and fit for them, but that's like one of the major things that they've done.