Call of Duty: Warzone players have discovered a new glitch in the game's latest season that makes them temporarily invincible. A video has been shared online in which players can be seen clipping inside the walls of Chemical Engineering on Rebirth Island. After doing so, they can then see through the floors and use the advantage to kill players that pass by. It's a neat little trick for those that pull it off, but it's a bit frustrating for those that encounter it. The developers will almost certainly fix the glitch at some point soon, but for now, players will want to be wary of this location.
The clip from Reddit user tenXeXo, showing the glitch in action, can be found in the Reddit post embedded below:
[PSA] New season, new glitches. People are clipping inside the walls underneath Chemical Engineering on Rebirth from r/CODWarzone
According to the poster, there was a Jeep parked near the building, which they believe is how players were able to clip into the building. While tenXeXo believes the glitch occurred with the season changeover, some comments on the original Reddit post claim that they had encountered this issue prior to the new season. Regardless of when the glitch first popped up, it's frustrating for players looking to get kills legitimately in Call of Duty: Warzone. There are already enough elements for players to consider while playing, and glitches just add another headache for those trying to enjoy the game.
While taking advantage of glitches doesn't technically count as cheating, it wouldn't be surprising to see Raven Software prioritize a fix for this glitch, given the developer's recent efforts to make the game more fair. Over the last few months, Raven Software and Activision have brought the ban hammer down on Warzone players that cheat, banning thousands of accounts. It remains to be seen whether or not those actions will have a real impact on the game, but it's clear that everyone involved is trying to make the game as enjoyable as possible for players!
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