New Warzone Glitch Lets Players See Through Walls

New Warzone Glitch Lets Players See Through Walls

A new Call of Duty: Warzone glitch lets players see through walls, accidentally giving one player superpowers that let them wreck enemy teams.

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A new Call of Duty: Warzone glitch lets players see through walls, giving them an unfair advantage against enemy teams. Warzone has seen a steady stream of updates and patches as of late as developers attempt to rid the game of unwanted bugs and glitches that can be exploited by players for easy kills. Despite their attempts, developers have not been able to completely rid the battle royale of exploitable glitches and players continue to document their experiences with cheaters. Sometimes players experience a glitch of their own that gives them a leg up against the competition. This seems to be the case in this new wall glitch.

Call of Duty: Warzone has experienced a meteoric rise since its debut last year. While the fast-paced gameplay and balanced mechanics have made it a fan-favorite among other battle royales, the game is plagued with bugs, glitches, and thousands of hackers who Activision is still working to ban. Cheating is a problem in the game and has caused major issues, like forcing a reset during the Twitch Rivals Call of Duty: Warzone EU Tournament. Hackers participated in the event, knocking out honest players for the $75,000 prize pool. The reset came only a week after a huge ban wave by Raven Software, which was pointed out by the tournament’s competitors.

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Another exploitable glitch has surfaced in Call of Duty: Warzone that lets players see through walls. It was documented by Reddit user Js0uthh. The video shows the Warzone player suffering from an unusual visual glitch that spawns walls and other entities in and out in a strobe-like fashion. The player cannot shoot through the walls but the glitch does allow them to track an enemy team with ease. By the end of the video, the player uses the glitch to defeat two enemy players, though the player pointed out that the glitch bugged out shortly after and they were bumped from the game.

While hackers and cheaters are rampant in Call of Duty: Warzone, sometimes glitches are accidentally abused, allowing players to torment enemy teams with unwarranted superpowers. The wall glitch is a perfect example of players gaining unexpected advantages over opponents, without directly exploiting the glitch for their own gains. For most players, these visual glitches can be incredibly annoying and ruin the intensity of a match. Without a clear method to solve the issue, players like js0uthh are stuck with strobe-like visuals until Call of Duty crashes or the match is over. It might be somewhat gratifying to get an unexpected advantage like this, but it certainly spoils the experience for everyone else involved.

Call of Duty: Warzone players are starting to feel exhausted by the hackers, exploiters, and glitches plaguing the game. Consistent community feedback has urged Raven Software to address the issues, but with more updates and additions constantly being added, there are always more opportunities for glitches and exploitable hacks to crop up.

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Call of Duty: Warzone is available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Source: Js0uthh/Reddit

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