Quick Fix Perk Warzone – What Does It Do? Best Way To Use It

If you’re trying to work out which perks are best to use in Warzone, we’ve got a full guide on the Quick Fix perk. If you want to know exactly what the perk does in Warzone, and if it’s a viable perk choice to get yourself a win, we’ve got you covered.

There’s a lot going on with Cold War and Warzone at the moment, not only has Season 2 Reloaded just kicked off, but there’s a lot of leaks regarding the new Warzone map. You can read more about these leaks at the link below.

What Does Quick Fix Do?

The Quick Fix perk is an old friend of Call of Duty, in Modern Warfare and Warzone the official description of the perk reads, “Killing players immediately starts health regeneration. Capturing and holding objectives increases your health regeneration rate”.

Of course, the objective part only applies to Modern Warfare multiplayer. You can unlock the Quick Fix perk by reaching level 42 in Modern Warfare and Warzone, then when you’ve unlocked it you’ll need to equip it in Perk Slot 1.

This is definitely a perk that is designed more for multiplayer than it is for Warzone. However, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t serve a purpose in Warzone.

Can You Use It In Warzone?

Many players have the typical meta of the following three perks when it comes to Warzone.

Perk 1: E.O.D
Perk 2: Overkill/Ghost
Perk 3: Amped/Tracker

But if you’re willing to get rid of E.O.D and risk getting RPG’d in your next game of Warzone, then Quick Fix is the best replacement.

The perk works the same as multiplayer, it will instantly regen your health when you kill an enemy. But the key difference is that it will only work when the enemy has been fully killed, NOT just downed.

So, when could this come in useful? Well, if you’re in a gunfight with more than one player and you take out one enemy, only to get rushed by the next then it could quite possibly save your life.

Being able to take on multiple enemies back to back without being too low in health from the previous enemy could quite literally be a lifesaver.

Our personal recommendation is that we wouldn’t use this perk for Warzone, but it all comes down to personal preference and play style. We’d only recommend this perk if you frequently play Quads. If not, stick to E.O.D or Double Time.

Cold War Warzone Season 2 Reloaded

Season 2 kicked off on February 25 in Cold War and Warzone, but that wasn’t enough for players. Now, Treyarch is back with a bang as Season 2 Reloaded is officially here for Cold War and Warzone.

Three brand new weapons have been added to the game, a new zombies experience, brand new multiplayer maps, and so much more. You can check out everything about the mid-season update at the link below.

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