Warzone 2 contains a wide array of vehicles that squads can use to get around the map efficiently. Although CoD’s battle royale is littered with cars and boats that are often vulnerable to gunfire, players can also take to the skies through the use of helicopters and choppers.
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The Heavy Chopper in particular is an aircraft that’s frequently been part of the recent meta due to its durability and combat capabilities. So if you want to know where to find this mean flying machine, then you’ve come to the right place.
Here’s all that you need to know about the Heavy Chopper’s location in the game.
Where to Find the Heavy Chopper in Warzone 2?
Unfortunately, the Heavy Chopper can’t currently be found in the game as it has been disabled by developers Raven Software. According to their official announcement, the vehicle was made inactive in order to balance its effectivity in late-game scenarios.
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Its deactivation comes after the collective outcry from the community regarding its unfair benefits. Teams that are able to take control of this aircraft often have a huge advantage especially during the final stages of a match. Because of its durability, players can stay within the vehicle without fear of getting shot. Once the final circle collapses, they can simply rain in terror from the skies on unsuspecting squads.
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Plenty of comments under the official post have praised the decision from Raven Software. OpTic TeeP, a prominent CoD streamer, had this to say about the fix: “Another nice one. Thank you for the quick fix on this.” Other responses have also had nothing but positive things to say about the decision from the developers.
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