Call of Duty: Warzone has a fraud problem.The game continues The hacking issue is well documentedHowever, another issue is exploits that allow players to deceive the path to victory without the need for third-party software. One of the most permanent types of exploits since launch, players can clip under the map to shoot through the ground.
If you’re imagining what it’s like to face someone with this exploit, it’s as bad as you might think. Criminals are completely unreachable 10 meters below the crust, but can easily see and shoot enemies with no consequences.They don’t have to be technical as gas circles can’t even reach them anything To win, wait until everyone else dies.
It seems to be happening in the clip posted to Warzone subreddit yesterday div2691 (See below).
It is possible that the player who survived the circle supernaturally reproduced the stim glitch. This will allow the player to regain health indefinitely and will not be destroyed by gas, but it is much more likely that this player has found a way down the map. After all, it’s not the first, second, or third time. Players have been drilling new holes in Verdansk for months, and Infinity Ward is scrambling to fix them when they are discovered.
This clip King of North Worth seeing forever. You can see them fighting teeth and claws throughout the final stages of the match, adapting to the slightly surviving fire fights and tiny circles. When they jump off the roof and find the contours of the helicopter under the floor, you can almost see them accepting the defeat. Within seconds, scammers easily kill them.
Thankfully, Activision has patched that particular hole. However, accurate scenarios are still possible, as people continue to find similar versions of the same bug. Warzone maps that add new buildings and the entire subway system are updated frequently, so it may be nearly impossible to patch every corner.In fact, the subway was exactly that place Last popular glitch hole It’s been found.
One player recently achieved an effect similar to a map glitch without going underground. Streamer Ethan Stellar was able to drop the loadout box onto her and clip it. The result is a perfect small bulletproof box that Stellar can fire at will.
Yo @InfinityWard Did you think this was a good idea? pic.twitter.com/OZI8NrSgEWNovember 2, 2020
“The only way to get Activision to fix a bug … blaming Activision [Infinity Ward], ”Read the video caption (of course, Stellar can also report bugs through the official channel).
Persistent games that are updated frequently are always buggy, so responsive development teams who can fix them before they spread are most promising. I think Infinity Ward is on track so far, but I hope we can keep pace. Call of Duty Black Ops-Cold War It will be integrated with Warzone in December.