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Call of Duty • Feb 16, 2019

Another weapon added to competitive CoD gentlemen’s agreement in Black Ops 4

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Another weapon added to competitive CoD gentlemen’s agreement in Black Ops 4
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Another powerful weapon in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 may have been added to the professional players growing list of things not to be used under their set of gentlemen’s agreements.

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The Gentlemen’s Agreements, or GA’s as they’ve come to be known, had been somewhat of a controversial topic to start the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 year off - with pro teams split on what they wanted out of the game.

However, since the game has been updated and pro players have gotten LAN experience under their belts, the list of GA’s has changed somewhat - with some controversial choices, like Stock II for the SAUG, being thrown out of the pro scene. Now, another weapon may have fallen to the GA’s.

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Pro teams like OpTic Gaming all get a say on the GA's.

The Mozu pistol has been the usual sidearm to any pro players sniper class due to his incredible power at close-range but, it may no longer be available for use.

Former Regal Reserve and Pnda Gaming player Brandon ‘Nelson’ McKinney tweeted that the gun had been GA'd after he posted ‘dirty’ highlight clips to Twitter.

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However, it is unclear if the gun has actually been removed from the pro scene as OpTic Gaming star Brandon ‘Dashy’ Otell needed some clarification during an online Search and Destroy tournament.

“Wait, is the Mozu like GA’d or some shit?,” Dashy asked his squadmates during the tournament. “It is in respawn (game modes) but not in this,” replied Charlie ‘MuTeX’ Saouma.

Yet, the pistol was used during the Group A portion of the Call of Duty Pro League so if it has been GA’d, it would have to have been a pretty recent change.

It is worth watching if the teams in Group B of the Pro League, who kick off their slate of games on February 18, are able to use the Mozu.