He will feel differently at Warzone Solos in the future.
Warzone developer Raven has kept his promise to address the truck issue in Solos game mode. Trucks are the most durable vehicle in the game and rule the Solos goal for months.
This happened when the players in Solos realized that trucks could be used to avoid a collision. Due to their large numbers and their demonstrably high resilience, they would rather avoid them than take them off. This causes the final game in Solos to turn into something from a demolition derby, where all the remaining players drive in trucks and try to hit each other in the gas.
As part of a new Warzone repair released yesterday, Raven decided to halt the trend by limiting the number of trucks to just five per game. This is a significant cut from the 16-20 that previously appeared in Solos.
As for the vehicles, the developer fixed a bug that caused damage to the vehicles to friendly players / teammates.
The update also brought several balance adjustments that are now increasingly common for Warzone. The CR-56 AMAX, which recently received a mild nerf, has been further enhanced by this update. The assault rifle headshot multiplier has been reduced to 1.5 from 1.62.
FARA 83 has been another recipient of some balance improvements as Raven continues to work to find his place in the meta. The recoil of the weapon should now be a little easier to control over longer distances, but the spread of the hipfire has been increased.
The patch makes several other changes to the basic optics of the LW3 Tundra and Tactical Rifle Charlie. The range of Black Ops Cold War optics has also been redesigned to make them more viable. You can read the full list of changes on the official blog.