Treyarch has announced that they will be analyzing data from the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 'Community Reveal Event' and making changes prior to the official release.
Taking place on May 17th, the 'Community Reveal Event' was the first opportunity for fans and players of the CoD franchise to learn information on the upcoming release of Black Ops 4.
Community members were provided information on multiplayer aspects, Zombies, and the all-new 'Blackout' Battle Royale mode, with more information to come prior to launch in October.
Some individuals were able to play Black Ops 4 at the event for the first time and were able to provide feedback to Treyarch on certain in-game features such as weapons, items, maps, and more.
During the Black Ops 4 Multiplayer Stream on June 7th, Treyarch Developers David Vonderhaar and Dan Bunting mentioned that they will be taking feedback following the Community reveal in order to provide updates and fixes.
The Body Armor, Stem Pack, and Motion Sensor Gear will all be adjusted, however, the exact changes are unknown at the time of writing.
More information on the fixes can be viewed below.