In a 12 minute YouTube video, ex CSGO professional Michael ‘Shroud’ Grzesiek explains
why CoD Warzone is easier than Apex Legends.

On March 28 shroud uploaded a 12-minute video on his YouTube channel ‘Is COD too easy
(Apex Legends), in this video, he explains why Apex Legends is harder than Call of Duty
Battle Royale and he might be ‘done‘ playing CoD Warzone.

CoD Battle Royale is the new game in the battle royale genre after PUBG, Fortnite and Apex. Many players are also enjoying the game but it appears that shroud is not having
that much competition in the game.


Shroud says that the game is very much ‘casual‘ than its rival battle royale games.

After returning back to Apex Legends he explains the skill level required in both games.
In his highlight video he starts with, “God this game is so different from cod holy f***, my brain hasn’t ready my brain hasn’t wrapped around it yet”.

While missing shots on the enemy he exclaims: “Wow, I forgot this game actually takes skill, this is hard – I’m in the CoD zone!”.

Why CoD Warzone is easier than Apex Legends

“It’s actually crazy how easy CoD is when you play a game like this,” Shroud continues talking while eliminating players. “You don’t think about it because you’re having fun playing it, its there to have fun, but then you go play a game that is somewhat challenging and you’re like Woah, woah woah woah. It is fun but it’s throwing me off my game.”

After claiming the Victory he continues comparing both games.

“Dude, I’m done playing CoD, seriously. After seeing my performance in this game, I am done. I am done. If I play CoD, it’s going to be very very minimal – like maybe an hour or something a day but I’m done, I can’t,” he says.

He also talks about how CoD Warzone is gonna make things worse for players who are trying to make it into Apex Legends competitive e-sports.

“I’m glad I just noticed it early, f**k. No offence to CoD, it’s a fantastic game, but I now understand why Tyler (Skadoodle) doesn’t want to play. It’s too f**king casual and it’ll f**k you up man,” he added. “If you’re trying to be somewhat of a competitive player in anything else, and actually like keep up, can’t do it.”

Well, it is completely clear that Shroud is not going all-in into CoD Battle Royale but for
viewers asking him to return to PUBG and Apex Legends may have their wish fulfilled.

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