_ Duty: war zone_ players have noticed that a great change has been made in the UAV in the game. Previously, players who used ghost benefit remained hidden from unmanned aerial vehicles. However, GHOST users have discovered that now they are only hidden from UAV when they are moving, and players who use UAV can discover them if they remain stationary. The change brings this more in line with the way it worked in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. While Raven Software has not made any official announcement on the change, the Twitter @Modernwarzone account informs that it has been noted in private games. This led several other players to point out that they also noticed the change, so it seems that it could also be the case of public parties.

In his report, @Modernwarzone shared a Tweet on this change in the UAV of @truegamedata, who seems to be one of the first to notice the Stealth Update. That Tweet can be found embedded below.

Until now, the reaction to this change has been quite positive! Much zona of war Fans expect this to be dissuaded to other camping players, making the game more competitive; In fact, many have been requesting this change for a while. It is rare to see -duty: war zone players lined up universally in anything, but it seems that most agree that this change is definitely for better!

That said, it is a bit strange that Raven Software has not published anything official that announces the change. _ Duty of duty: war zone_ Season 2 Reladed has just launched last week, and this is the kind of things that fans would expect to see in the developer patch notes. With luck, we will obtain more clarifications about the change in the near future!

_ Duty area: War zone is currently available at PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PC. You can check all our previous game coverage here.

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