The Black Ops 4 CWL Codcaster became a meme - Dexerto.com

The competitive season of Black Ops 4 is in full swing with the start of CWL Vegas and the event has been a success so far.

The new season brought a series of exciting changes to the first day of Las Vegas, including five players per team, specialized skills and a new game mode in Control.

Another important update is Codcaster overlay, which shows more statistics and information than ever before.

The new mechanics of Black Ops 4 require more information to display. Specialist skills, lightning strikes, K / D, goals, health bars and more are all visible in the Codcaster now.

However, as some fans are indicating hilarious, this information is a bit difficult to see.

A user has found the perfect method to read the new Codcaster, you simply need a high-powered telescope.

Another grip on the meme explored how it would have been if other sports had explored the signs of the design of the Black Ops 4 Codcaster.

In the end, someone discovered the true intentions of the new CWL Codcaster. You can save money by skipping those expensive appointments for ophthalmologists, trying to read the statistics of the players who will tell you everything you need to know about your glasses.

Call of Duty, Maven, offered a more serious grip on the status of Codcaster, which he relies on to do his job.

"I like many of the changes to CODCaster, I understand it's not perfect, but it provides a lot of useful information to viewers / casters," said the charmer. Maven spent most of World War II asking which players had some twists, so the updated HUD certainly brings improvement in that area.

He was in agreement with the complaints about the size of the characters.

CWL Vegas continues until December 9th, check all actions on Dexerto's CWL Vegas Event Hub, and be really close to the screen if you want to see player statistics.

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