Call of Duty Shakeup: TAQ Evolvere Dominance Dethroned in Latest Update – Recoil Fixed, Damage Nerfed, and Exciting Twists Unveiled!

The latest update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone brings significant changes to the TAQ Evolvere, addressing its unexpectedly potent performance after the recent patch. Following Call of Duty's February 13 update, which buffed various weapons including the TAQ Evolvere, players were taken aback by its effectiveness.

The update had initially enhanced the SMG and handgun, but the TAQ Evolvere stood out for its increased movement speed, damage, range, and 556 Belt Magazine attachment in Modern Warfare 3 Multiplayer. In Warzone, the TAQ Evolvere also received boosts to movement speed, target flinch, and 556 Belt Magazine, accompanied by seemingly negligible recoil. However, the February 16 update rectified the issue, addressing the recoil problems associated with the TAQ Evolvere in both game modes, as outlined in Call of Duty's latest patch notes.

In addition to resolving the recoil bug, the update brought specific adjustments to the TAQ Evolvere in both Modern Warfare 3 Multiplayer and Warzone. In Modern Warfare 3, the 5.56 Ammunition faced a nerf, while in Warzone, both 7.62 Ammunition and 5.56 Ammunition underwent significant reductions in damage, range, and modifiers.

The patch notes also highlighted other additions to Call of Duty, including new playlists in Modern Warfare 3, such as Departures 24/7, Snipers Only, and Hordepoint: Hellhound Pound. The latter introduces Zombies mode's Hellhounds to the Hordepoint mode, where two teams battle for Hardpoints on standard maps while fending off zombies.

Call of Duty Shakeup: TAQ Evolvere Dominance Dethroned in Latest Update – Recoil Fixed, Damage Nerfed, and Exciting Twists Unveiled! 1

In a surprising turn of events, a leak suggested a potential October release for Call of Duty 2024, earlier than the previous year's launch of Modern Warfare 3 in early November. Meanwhile, Call of Duty community figures Hector "Hecz" Rodriguez and Seth "Scump" Abner reportedly filed a $680 million lawsuit against Activision, alleging coercion into consolidating the pro Call of Duty scene under the Call of Duty League banner.

For those interested, the patch notes detail various changes, including the correction of issues with weapon kits, ammunition adjustments, and progression improvements in the Cryptid Bootcamp Event. The update aims to enhance the gaming experience for players in both Modern Warfare 3 Multiplayer and Warzone.