Call of Duty: Warzone is slowly building a reputation for its insane mishaps, as two new bugs have been discovered in the last few hours. Do you want to know why you have been taken over by so many seemingly invisible players lately? We have a complete explanation.
The very first culprit is this new so-called Loadout Glitch, which allows players to hide inside a Loadout Box, making them completely immune to hits. Without going into the details of the process, players have had some success in throwing loadout boxes and standing over the area they are supposed to drop. While the vision you have as a result is seriously obstructed, any balls you spray will seem to find their way out of the box.
Perhaps more interesting, however, is the discovery of a disturbance in the subway system by the DefendTheHouse YouTube channel. Enter a game from Warzone Rumble and proceed to Barakett Promenade East station. We won’t go much further in our explanation, but we do admit that there is a certain amount of strange behavior associated with the small “No Entry” sign nearby. Once through an invisible wall, players can walk completely under the map and shoot without recourse to other players. Even though it is not possible to leave the disrupted area and those who use the exploit are still vulnerable to gas, users can technically get as many kills as possible in the meantime.
Activision Support and Infinity Ward are generally quite fast when it comes to discussing potential wazone disruptions, but there has been no response from either side to these two exploits. Bugs like these can often be fixed via game settings updates that don’t require a large download, so we’ll see if that happens in the coming hours.
As most Warzone fans will know, these two glitches are hardly the first bugs discovered in Call of Duty’s popular battle royale. In early October, a stim glitch that allowed players to heal endlessly from gas cloud damage required the immediate attention of the developers. Previously, anomalies in PC textures had made it difficult for some players to see through the weapons they were firing.
As with all glitches or exploits found in multiplayer games, it should be remembered that the misuse of any of these new bugs can lead to a temporary or permanent account suspension for those who do not play fair. In other words, although it may be interesting to check some of these bugs, we do not recommend using them for any kind of personal gain.
Call of Duty: Warzone is now available on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
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