Snow based damage has become a common topic amongst the MW2 community, but what is it – and is it in the game actually?
Players from the MW2 and the Warzone 2 have shared their clips on social media showcasing scenarios where they are either killed quickly or take more bullets than usual to kill an enemy.
Many players think skill-based damage is the cause of this problem and is an element of Call of Duty. Yet, we now have proofs of whether that isn’t currently the case.
What is Skill Damage?
Skill-based damage is the idea that your skill is determining the strength of your bullets. The lower your limit for survival, the less damage your gun can get.
A game with this type of system would help to retain lower-skilled players, whereas they’d have much better experience playing.
This matchmaking style is a large and dispersed tool, because it reduces the skill gap dramatically. This would leave players wondering if it’s the right time to play better. As soon as you succeed, the worse your ball is.
Are Skill-based Damage in WW2 and Warzone 2?
Combatable damage is not in MW2 or Warzone 2 as was tested by TrueGameData. If you feel that other players are harder to kill or that enemy kills you quicker, this could be for a number of reasons, such as::
- Spawn protection
- The enemy’s Quick Fix perk is equipped with the automatic lock.
- Killcams are not showing exactly what happened on the enemy’s screen.
Live-scale and damage adaptation based on skill and engagement isn’t the thing in MW2 or WZ2. That isn’t really true. I’ve tested him directly. Health is the same; it is the same thing that does damage, on accounts at both ends of the skill spectrum. I checked once I used both of those accounts.
(@TrueGameData) December 28, 2022
Due to a number of viral clips from MW2 & Warzone 2, skill based damage theories popped up. It wasn’t only that Activision has actually acquired a patent for this feature since 2017.
Five VAR???? Skill based damage is a matter. @CallofDuty @ModernWarfare2 @ModernWarfareII #SBMM pic.twitter.com/EqkhaHwVZM.
Cosstr (@sstr37) December 19, 2022
There’s no sign or proof of this being in any Call of Duty game. Even though I want to keep infinity, the skill based damage isn’t enough for any MW2- or Warzone 2 sandbags.
Two MW2 and Warzone 2 can compete in skill-based game-based games, but when it comes to matchmaking, the parameters only focus on players under age two.