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In Call of Duty’s DMZ mode, there are far more enemy AI combatants to be concerned with than enemy player operators, especially when compared to the traditional battle royale experience of Warzone. But if you’re more interested in hunting players in Season Four, you will now find yourself hunted if you prove to be too efficient.

As of the Season Four Reloaded patch released on July 12, a handful of new changes have been implemented to the game’s DMZ mode. One of the more significant ones adds a new bounty system that alerts enemy operators to a player or squad that have killed “too many players.” The text of the update almost reads like the feature is meant to dissuade or even punish players that kill too many other players:

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