Call of Duty: Warzone Gulag glitch: These gamers can gatecrash Gulag fight, kill legitimate players, says report
Call of Duty: Warzone Gulag glitch: Uninvited guests are the worst thing imaginable, especially during the middle of a firefight. And they are unbeatable too. Just think of the frustration levels! Call of Duty: Warzone the popular cross-platform first-person shooter and battle royale game, currently suffers from a frustrating glitch that allows players to parachute into a Gulag fight and eliminate an opposing player, according to a new report. The bug allows a third player to ‘interfere’ in an ongoing Gulag match, where they can simply kill a player in the game, while being unaffected by the fighting themselves.
Gamers have already discovered the glitch, and YouTuber NTrippy posted a video demonstrating how the bug works, as spotted by Dexerto. In the video, the YouTuber is seen parachuting into the 1 vs 1 game mode, where a player is waiting to fight in the Gulag mode. After he gets there, he is able to punch the clueless player which actually deals them damage.
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Ironically, while the legitimate player being attacked, they are first frozen and unable to move, according to the video. But when they are finally able to fight back, it turns out that they cannot deal any damage, which essentially means that any gamer who is able to figure out how to take advantage of the glitch can actually target players by punching them to death without any consequences – so far.
While this could prove to be a big hassle for players who prefer the popular 1 on 1 Gulag mode on Call of Duty: Warzone, NTrippy has not posted details on how to exploit the glitch in the game so far, according to the report. This will come as a huge relief for gamers – trolls could use the game glitch to harass other players in the game without taking any damage themselves. However, there is always the possibility that the company will quickly patch the bug to prevent such incidents from taking place in the future.