Call of Duty: Warzone has once again been found to have a glitch that could be considered game-breaking. Call of Duty: Warzone players have become increasingly frustrated with the state of the game as of late owing to the multitude of bugs it has experienced recently.
The Type 11 LMG was added to Call of Duty: Warzone in the game’s Caldera update along with a plethora of other weapons from Call of Duty: Vanguard. Many FPS players often do not choose to use LMGs owing to their long reload times, but a new glitch has changed that for the time being in Call of Duty: Warzone. One player found that if the Type 11 is equipped and close to running out of ammo, a player needs to only quickly switch to their secondary weapon and then switch back to get a full magazine of ammo without having to sit through the lengthy reload animation.
The Type 11s high rate of fire and decent damage can make it exceptionally difficult for opposing players to peek out from cover if this glitch is abused. Players can effectively fire the gun indefinitely so long as they keep repeating the glitch, which may soon become a major problem if it is not fixed soon. Unfortunately, this is not the only gun-related glitch that the game has had recently. Players have noticed that other player characters are spawning into Call of Duty: Warzone‘s Gulag system with invisible weapons. This has become an issue as not being able to see one’s weapon makes it extremely difficult to aim even with crosshairs on the screen.
Call of Duty: Warzone has also once again seen an increase in cheating. Activision has done everything in its power to try and solve this problem and the system it put in place seemed to work for a while. Sadly, it seems as though many cheaters have found ways to get around the Ricochet anti-cheat system and are once again harassing other players.
Call of Duty: Warzone‘s Caldera update was rather divisive as players have wanted to see various changes made to the game since the update came out. One of the main changes players would like to see are grenade and equipment buffs as many players feel that the items have started to feel underpowered in the current state of the game.
The current issues with the game have caused some players to call for a sequel to Call of Duty: Warzone. They feel that the game needs a fresh start with fewer guns and content as this may make it easier for the developer to balance the game. It is unlikely that this will happen soon, although, it may be something for Activision to consider in the future.
Call of Duty: Warzone is available now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.