Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s biggest talking point is the release of the franchise’s first ever battle royale mode, Blackout.
The launch of the blockbuster game has gone surprisingly well with servers remaining online and critics claiming it’s one of the best CoD titles of all time.
That doesn’t mean it’s perfect, and one of the world’s most popular streamers, Shroud, has already detailed a number of ways it needs change.
While there has been improvements made to the looting system for launch in comparison to the beta, Shroud still doesn’t believe it’s good enough.
“In PUBG, like when you win a fight or you kill a guy really quick, you literally get in there swipe everything in two seconds” explained the former CS:GO pro “you know what you picked up, everything is fast.”
He continued on to say that you have to look at the floor before navigating a menu, and due to the lack of binds, you have to continually go back into the system.
He went on to provide a suggestion that cycling up on your mouse would go to your meds, while scrolling down would allow you to go through your gadgets.
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