Warzone Glitch Lets Players Get WWII Weapons In Advance
Following the Call of Duty: Warzone Season 6 update, players discovered a way to access a few Vanguard weapons earlier.
For as popular as Call of Duty: War Zone since its initial launch in the early months of 2020, it hasn’t always been a perfect experience. The free-to-play game has had no shortage of issues throughout its lifespan, ranging from harmless visual issues to bigger game-breaking bugs such as one that makes some players invisible to others. Hackers have also been a major issue for a very long time, although with the continued addition of promised fixes, gamers are hoping the tide can finally turn.
We have known for a while that Call of Duty: Vanguard is the next online game, released in just a few weeks. Avant-garde takes players back to the last days of WWII and naturally this will have an impact Call of Duty: War Zone. As the integration between Black Ops Cold War and War zone was less than fluid, fans are hoping that this time around things won’t turn out badly. What’s a little strange is that even though Call of Duty: Vanguard is not yet available, some players have found a way to access a few guns earlier.
Call of Duty: War Zone season six apparently added the M1 Garand and STG44 early, giving players a first chance to experience these classic WWII weapons. It’s unclear if this was intentional or just a bug, but whatever the case fans were able to play around with the weapons, including the fact that both will still be able to use 10 attachments like the current weapon suite. .
A YouTuber named Eriv outlined the steps to unlock each weapon, while also showing how they behave in the online play mode. The process is fairly straightforward as players will need to load into a Call of Duty: War Zone mode with the weapon drop field upgrade. Locate the nearest weapon drop point and collect a weapon from it that has a chance to give players the M1 or STG 44. For those who don’t get it, the advice is to kill themselves and try again.
In addition to adding new weapons, season six has also apparently had a major impact on the current map of Verdansk. Thanks to the actions of Special Agent Adler, seismic charges exploded in secret WWII bunkers, causing large explosions and huge cracks to appear. Hotspots like Downtown, Stadium, and Radar Array have been dramatically altered in how players will approach these areas with new cover points and new places to hide.
Call of Duty: War Zone is now available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
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