Season 2 of Warzone 2 will see a significant looting change, according to Warzone 2's developers

Season 2 of Warzone 2 will see a significant looting change, according to Warzone 2's developers ...

The release of Warzone 2 Season 2 has been postponed, but the developers have confirmed that the update would bring significant changes to the battle royale. Here's what the developers revealed.

Fans of Call of Duty were disappointed to learn that Warzone 2 Season 2 would be delayed until February 1; however, the developers have confirmed that it will be released on February 15.

The delay will give the developers more time to work on modifications inspired by the community's negative reaction to Warzone 2, but some players were interested in learning more about the possibilities of looting.

The looting in Warzone 2 Season 2 has changed.

The Warzone 2 developers discussed the Season 2 updates in more detail, and revealed what to expect when it comes to Warzone 2's looting. It appears players will have at least one major change to deal with.

With the Warzone 2 Season 2 update, here's one of the many looting changes that should come.

When a player is eliminated or when you open a loot crate, loot will pop onto the floor following the update. This visual change will enable you to see the loot left by the deceased player scattered across the floor after you gain a kill.

The game's developer claims that Warzone 2 will reintroduce a gameplay mechanic that players used in the original battle royale.

Loot containers will scatter loot all over the floor, as they did in the original Warzone experience. It appears that the developers are steering away from the menu-oriented looting system that would appear when opening a loot crate or a dead player's backpack.

When the deep dive blog is released on January 23, more information about the upcoming looting changes in Warzone 2 will be available.

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