2014 Call of Duty world champion Tyler “TeePee” Polchow has opened up about his thoughts on Warzone 2 Season 2. The former player turned coach now represents premier Call of Duty organization OpTic Gaming as a content creator spending most of his time on the Call of Duty battle royale.

With the brand new season kicking off with tons of new content, gameplay adjustments, and some weapon balancing, fans were curious to know what the longtime player thought. When asked by a viewer whether the “new map and new update are better or worse” than he expected, he gave his thoughts on the good and the bad.

Warzone 2 Season 2 has pros and cons according to TeePee

“I feel like all the changes they made to the game are for the better. I think the weapon balancing, they did a terrible job by doing nothing basically,” he said in response. The update saw 20 weapons receive adjustments including the wildly popular RPK and Fennec, however, most of the changes across the board were relatively minor.

He emphasized that “all of the gameplay changes are really good,” before reiterating his overall sentiment, “So like W gameplay changes, terrible weapon balancing pass.”

So what gameplay changes exactly? Well, there’s the return of the Resurgence game mode with a whole new map for those looking for fast high-octane gameplay with respawns, while the main map Al Mazrah got an overhaul of its own for players to explore.

In a tweet from the night of the launch, TeePee says he’s “happy the gameplay feels faster” and is enjoying the ability to choose between different maps and modes. “Having the choice between playing Ashika, Mazrah, and ranked MP is going to do wonders for my mental state,” he added.

TeePee believes Warzone 2 is heading in the right direction

TeePee is enjoying the gameplay changes in Warzone 2 Season 2
Screenshot by Steven Cropley/ONE Esports

It’s still the early days of the season and things could certainly change, whether that be the balancing or TeePee’s opinion so fans shouldn’t overreact quite yet. However, given his history with the game, it’s certainly an opinion worth listening to and perhaps the developers behind Warzone 2 Season 2 will take it into consideration when making the next batch of changes.

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