The latest patch for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 nerfs 9-Bangs in Blackout mode, giving players a bit more time to get out of the way of the grenade’s disorienting effects. That’s just one of many changes in the update, but it’s probably the thing the community has requested most vocally since the game’s launch. 9-Bangs will now take longer to charge, and have a lengthier fuse time, as well. Stacks have been reduced from two to one for both 9-Bangs and Cluster Grenades. None of those changes will make the weapons any less effective if they hit, but they mean you’ll see the grenades less frequently and you’ll have a bit more time to get out of the way when they’re deployed. Those changes are specific to Blackout, and the battle royale mode will also see the Dead Silence perk reduced to a 120 second duration, in keeping with Awareness. PC players will also see a fix for an exploit where you could start with 200 health if you used a Trauma Kit at the beginning of a match.