A Deadly Warzone 2 Glitch Is Making Helicopters Explode
Name of Obligation’s free-to-play battle royale Warzone 2.0 has an airborne challenge. In keeping with one redditor’s January 4 put up, a glitch is inflicting assault helicopters to blow up immediately, spelling instant death for the player.
“Small dev workforce guys,” the put up says sarcastically, referencing the three,000 Activision staff reportedly working solely on Call of Duty titles, regardless of the franchise’s constant glitching. The Reddit video itself is brief and, at first, innocuous—the participant flies a helicopter usually till seeming to faucet an invisible wall. Then, the helicopter promptly dissolves into flames.
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“DID YOU JUST GET HIT BY A TREE BRO??” one remark says, saying they noticed the same “invisible hit field within the air challenge” in an older Warzone clip. “This firm [keeps] on making the identical precise errors.” In an e-mail to Kotaku, developer Activision stated it will “look into this and get again to [Kotaku] at the moment.”
“Tbf helis are sizzling rubbish on this warzone,” says one other remark. “I’ve blown one up simply touchdown close to a constructing and my blades clipped the sting. They really feel jank af and heavy as hell.” Inside the final month, gamers have additionally seen helicopters phasing completely through walls, and had been so disillusioned with Warzone 2.0’s impervious heavy choppers that the sport’s builders disabled it on December 16.
Warzone 2.0’s most up-to-date patch went out shortly earlier than that, on December 14, although different complaints of random shadowbans and disappearing icons for care bundle loadout drops would possibly necessitate one other one quickly.
This week’s playlist update contains third-person battle royale for duos and mini royale for trios. The builders additionally mounted a bug that increased trio battle royale loadout prices to $32,000—they returned the value to its original $24,000. Sounds good, on the bottom.