Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 came out yesterday (you can check out Steven's review is ongoing here) and players already find ways to manipulate game systems to gain an advantage over other players. Specifically, if you use a third party emote, the camera will retreat and rotate to will, so you can look around corners. It may turn out to be especially useful in fighting Royal Blackout mode so you can see far-off players while hiding behind a tree.
You can see such an example in the action below, thanks to Reddit user -Sleeper_, who uses the Sitting Bull emote to crawl behind a low wall and take a good look at the surrounding area (-Sleeper_ is also the source of the image at the top of this article).
Developer Treyarch has been quick to respond. In a Reddit mail deployment day, a bug fix and planned changes said that it was "aware that players have been able to use Gestures (often referred to by the community as" Emotes ") to look around corners in modes where it can create an unfair advantage ". The planned solution will create a new system that "disables free looks and uses different camera settings" for feelings in competing game modes, "said the developer.
The current system of emotions will continue to be used elsewhere in the game "where corner hunting will not affect the game balance" as in the pre-game lobby for rounds Blackout, add it.
I & # 39; I am surprised that the problem was not caught in the test before the release, but at least it became sharper.
Thank you, Eurogamer.