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Warzone crash could hint that highly requested feature is coming

Warzone players think a late-game glitch indicating a kill cam could mean this highly requested feature is coming in the near future.

Call of Duty has implemented many of its features from the Multiplayer realm into the battle royale region. Weapons, perks, calling cards and levels are just a few.

But one thing is still missing from the game that has been a staple in the FPS franchise over the past 10 years.

Killcam has finally become iconic in the CoD and Warzone scene as of yet, but that could be set to change.

Warzone killcam
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Warzone displays a camera when you die.

Warzone may get the ultimate killcam

Since Warzone’s release, players have begged Raven Software to add one final shot to the battle royale. And it may finally come.

A Reddit post by ‘KezzaaB‘marked a moment at the end of their match where they seem to have set the game up to show that.

Just had one last killcam on BR, WTF?! 😂 are from CODWarzone

As seen in the clip, Kezzaa picked up the kill point in the game, displaying the victory message. However, instead of loading into the exfil cutscene, the player gets a replay with the word “Final Kill” in the top left.

This leads fans to believe that this might be coming to the game in the future. “I hope they put it in,” one user wrote. “I will win Knife Throw – kill every last round if this is done.”

Other players also agreed, with some even saying they’ve wanted this since day one of Warzone. Someone else has a better idea of ​​replacing the exfil scene. “They should have a full build for the winning team,” they said.

While this seems to be a glitch, players have been campaigning for the feature to come out of Multiplayer and this could be the first sign of it.

https://www.dexerto.com/call-of-duty/warzone-glitch-could-hint-that-highly-requested-feature-is-coming-1772221/ Warzone crash could hint that highly requested feature is coming

Emma Bowman

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