With over 300 hours of DMZ experience, Warzone 2 YouTuber Stodeh made several adjustments that might prevent the game mode from becoming extinct. Infinity Ward supported its new extraction shooter game mode, DMZ, in Season 2 with a ton of new material while riding a big wave of enthusiasm. For the benefit of the dedicated community, the developers introduced a new map and implemented a new progress wipe feature.
There were some bug patches and quality-of-life enhancements in the mid-season update. Westie, a DMZ streamer, said that Season 2 went too far in “the wrong direction.” He criticized the devs for taking away functionality, failing to address a weapon blueprint bug, and failing to enhance AI spawn and damage uniformity. Stodeh, a fellow member of the DMZ community, pointed out a negative tendency and offered a solution for the developers to reverse it.
Is Warzone 2 DMZ in trouble?
On the state of the DMZ at the moment, Stodeh gave his opinion. “Along with the decline in Warzone 2’s popularity, I see a daily drop in interest in this mode. Due to the excessive PVP, there must be more replayability, long-term progression, and irritation from single players. The YouTuber provided details of a strategy to revive the game mode.
The developers, according to Stodeh, are “neglecting a significant element of the extraction shooter experience” by excluding solitary gamers. He advised single gamers to spawn in with a self-revive, receive more prizes, and take less damage from AI foes to address this problem. The YouTuber stated, “for now, we are completing objectives to get to the finish with no real benefits” once you earn all three insured weapon slots. He suggested adding new capabilities that would let users acquire important inventory slots or slots that would store stuff in between matches.
PVP battles are something some players feel needs to be more balanced. The DMZ expert proposed a karma system that, like DayZ, rewards players for doing good deeds and creates a global bounty once a player kills five other players.
“I hope they continue to develop on this mode in future seasons and games,” one player said. “This game provides a solid platform for something much larger.” Each seasonal update has brought fresh content to DMZ Mode, and the community is calling for continuous support.