TimTheTatman explained how the update “saved” Al Mazrah, which received most of the excitement surrounding the release of Season 2’s new map for Warzone 2. The Warzone 2 expansion’s Season 2 update introduced numerous significant alterations to the game. Activision reintroduced 1v1 Gulag matches, explosive-style looting, configurable perk packages, and other features by reversing some of the decisions made during the development of the battle royale mode.
WZ2 is designed to appear a lot more like its predecessor, and a significant number of the changes were implemented in response to comments made by the community. For instance, the update lowered the costs at buy stations and increased the amount of lootable cash. This made it simpler to acquire primary weapons and loadout drops. TimTheTatman explained why the seasonal update was a significant move in the right direction for the contentious map of Warzone 2’s initial map, Al Mazrah. The map has been the subject of a great deal of criticism.
TimTheTatman offers his thoughts on Warzone Season 2 in this video review
The updates made to the game pleasantly surprised TimTheTatman, who played Al Mazrah for the first time after the Season 2 update. This is so much better than what I was playing on Al Mazrah previously, which was already really good.
“This is the first time I’ve played Al Mazrah since the update, and I like it. They should be commended for the improvements they made. I enjoy the new looting system, the deploy tokens that come out of the strongholds, the increased loadout options, and the movement with the plates.
Tim also mentioned that the one-on-one Gulag was an excellent addition, and he discussed how the speed of the games seemed significantly improved. “We are quite quick to engage in trash-talking. I believe we have earned the right to shout “wow,” Call of Duty because this was a significant update. The majority of people agree that this is how it should have been from the beginning.
Because he believed that Al Mazrah would have been in jeopardy if the map hadn’t received a significant overhaul, the YouTuber contended that the Season 2 update “low-key saved us” because he believed the change “saved us.”