NICKMERCS Says Warzone Is “Fairly Good” However He Will Stick With Apex Legends
Nicholas “NICKMERCS” Kolcheff was one of many greatest content material creators for Name of Obligation: Warzone however main as much as the discharge of Warzone 2.0, he began to get fed up with the sport and converted to Apex Legends. From being stream-sniped throughout occasions to dealing with cheaters, there are many causes for him to stop Warzone, and lots of of these points have been addressed by the builders. He gave Warzone 2.0 a good shot however doesn’t see himself returning to the Name of Obligation franchise for now.
NICKMERCS’ trustworthy ideas on Warzone 2.0
He mentioned throughout a livestream final week that he likes the core recreation and thinks it’s fairly good. He added, “The sport itself, the motion, the gun fights, all the things feels fairly respectable. It’s really quite a bit higher than I believed it was.”
Nevertheless, not all the things is sunshine and roses as he doesn’t just like the addition of bots to the sport which appears to be his most important subject. It may be troublesome to say if an opponent is a bot or an actual participant except for judging their motion.
The stock system additionally wants some work in response to Nick and he in contrast the sport to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, a recreation whose stock system is steadily criticized by gamers.
There’s a ten-minute video by Nick on YouTube highlighting his ideas on the sport and regardless of the huge enhancements which have been made to Warzone, he doesn’t assume it’s sufficient to make him wish to transfer away from Apex Legends.
Nick moved to Apex Legends in 2022 simply to attempt it out and immediately fell in love with it. He’s presently competing along with his personal group “Tripods” and might be trying to make it to the Apex Legends World Sequence LAN occasions this yr.
Apex Legends then again is seeing a few of its greatest creators go away the sport as the sport has remained largely the identical since its launch. Matchmaking can also be a serious level of concern and gamers need modifications to be made to the ranked system and the skill-based matchmaking (SBMM) as nicely. If NICKMERCS does return to the Name of Obligation franchise it’s unlikely to occur earlier than his aggressive stint in Apex Legends ends.