Terrible Warzone Glitch Spot has players shooting through the roof

A bug in Warzone lets cheaters defeat their opponents by shooting through the roof to wipe out teams with no option to trade back.

Call of Duty players have been struggling with some battle royale gameplay issues lately. There was an increase in teamers causing imbalances between modes as well as bugs that “hindered” Warzone’s snipers.

As Raven Software works to resolve some of these issues, players also want to highlight structural issues in Caldera as it involves people breaking into and shooting through walls on the map.

It’s a convenient way for Warzone cheaters to stack easy kills, and the larger community has struggled with multiple iterations of this issue.

Warzone walling cheat ruins games

Redditor ‘didonato’ was surprised to find out how he and his duo got wiped after capturing a rooftop vantage point. The area has been cleared by players except for two nearby enemies in the building below.

Shortly thereafter, one of the players went down. After exploring the nearby area and joining him to pick up his teammate, Didonato also went down.

The killcam revealed their attackers glittering within the structure’s walls with clear lines of sight to the player and their teammate.

The Warzone community didn’t like it when the walling exploit appeared elsewhere on the map, but unfortunately the scenes didn’t come as a surprise to many players.

Is this a known bug or what? from CODWarzone

“I kept getting busted there last night,” said one player. “I couldn’t figure out how or why because it never made sense. It didn’t help that the usual Warzone bug where you don’t get a kill cam keeps popping up.”

As developers continue to iron out Warzone exploits, players want these walling cheats addressed to ensure competitive integrity in battle royale.

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Emma Bowman

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