NICKMERCS calls Warzone “shards” and annoys developers about anti-cheat

Nick ‘NICKMERCS’ Kolcheff was one of Warzone’s most popular streamers before ditching the game for Apex Legends, but the star streamer is once again voicing his grievances about the game.

There aren’t many people in the world who have played more Warzone matches than NICKMERCS. So when he talks about the game, the fans usually listen.

His latest tirade about the game was characteristically brutally honest, targeting the two most hyped features of the Warzone Pacific era.

NICKMERCS toasts Warzone’s anti-cheat system

NICKMERCS looks dour with YouTube and Warzone screens in the background

NICKMERCS hasn’t been happy with Warzone in months, and he’s no stranger to venting his frustration.

It’s no secret that the former grinder has fallen out with the game since joining Caldera from Verdansk in ’84, but in one new twitter exchangeNick didn’t hold back his feelings at all.

He specifically targeted the move from Verdansk to Caldera, as well as the introduction of Ricochet, Call of Duty’s anti-cheat system.

He said: “The new card missed. The WW2 wrap is and always has been rubbish and the anticheat was an April Fool s**t for likes and retweets.”

The streamer is not alone with these feelings. Fans from across the community have been requesting a major change to the game for months, but other than the upcoming map changes for the Godzilla vs. Kong event, there’s no indication from Raven Software that their request will be granted.

For now, it looks like Nick will see it through in Apex Legends, where he’s currently trying to break into the pro scene alongside Deeds and Lewda.

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Emma Bowman

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