Call of Duty

Crimsix picks his 3 favorite Call of Duty teammates ever

Published: 7/May/2020 14:59 Updated: 7/May/2020 15:01

by Joe Craven


Dallas Empire star and Call of Duty veteran Ian ‘Crimsix’ Porter has revealed his three all-time favorite teammates, as well as explaining what made them such formidable competitors. 

Crimsix is one of the most celebrated competitors in Call of Duty history. Known for his no-nonsense approach and incredible natural talent, the 26 year old remains the most winningest CoD player ever, and a major competitor for the title of best of all time.

While playing Warzone Wednesday on May 6, the veteran took some time to update viewers on his top three teammates of all times, as well as explaining what made them so crucial to his teams’ successes.

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Crimsix has represented a host of the world’s most popular esport organizations.

“I’m gonna break it down,” he said, after being asked by a viewer who he’d class as his best teammate ever. “Pat [ACHES] at Ghosts, from the beginning of the game to the Champs win – best teammate. After that, I’d have to say Clayster in Black Ops II. Damon’s [Karma] been good the whole time. I mean Damon’s been consistent… Damon overall, 100%.”

ACHES played alongside Crimsix on both CompLexity and Evil Geniuses, as part of the roster that dominated the Ghosts season. An acrimonious split saw the EG roster fall apart, and Crimsix and ACHES have not teamed together since, with Porter joining OpTic Gaming right up until he joined Dallas back in 2019. Clayster is currently on Dallas Empire, alongside Crim.

Crimsix and Karma teamed together almost continuously from Advanced Warfare to the end of Black Ops 4, barring a few months in CoD: WWII. Karma, thanks to his three rings, is also a competitor in the argument for best of all time.

While Crim cites Karma as his most consistent teammate ever, he also explained what made ACHES such a dynamic member of the 2014 World Championship winning roster: “ACHES in Ghosts, bro, when we were trying to win champs – he had us believing we were all John Wick on the map, and that no one was f**king touching us.”

“Clay’s pretty good at that too,” he finished. “I don’t know, you literally felt like these kids can’t f**k with us, no matter what. No matter what happens, they’re getting f**king clutched on, and they’re losing.”

Patrick ‘ACHES’ Price has often been cast as a pantomime villain in CoD esports, known for his confidence and vocal sparring. Crimsix references these as reasons for his importance in Call of Duty: Ghosts, revealing how it made the whole team feel unbeatable.

It’s interesting to note that neither Scump or FormaL, Porter’s two other teammates during the infamous OpTic Gaming dynasty, make the cut, despite their clear natural talent on the battlefield. There have long been stories of clashes between the three gentlemen, which some speculate is fuelling the Chicago vs Dallas rivalry this season.

Call of Duty

Insane Warzone exploit glitches you into the Gulag with guns

Published: 7/Jan/2021 11:27

by James Busby


Warzone’s Gulag fights are already hard enough, but one game-breaking glitch is making them even tougher. 

From the horrifically broken DMR loadout, bot lobby exploits, and the seemingly never-ending hacking problems, it certainly seems Warzone has been getting off to a rocky start this year. The Black Ops Cold War integration has done very little to ease players’ current concerns with the general health of the game.

While Warzone has had its fair share of game-breaking bugs and notorious glitches, this new Gulag exploit is taking it to a whole new level. Gulag matches are already incredibly competitive and coming out of them alive is an art in itself. If the various aim-bots and wall hackers don’t end up smoking you in the Gulag, then squads using this glitch likely will. 

Warzone Gulag glitch explained

Nuketown Gulag in Warzone
Gulag fights have never been this tricky to win.

The new Warzone Gulag glitch is incredibly easy to do and players are currently using this exploit to grab some easy kills. Of course, this has led to a lot of frustrations in the Warzone community, with many players voicing their concerns online. 

Twitter user @Sami_The_Yemeni was messing around with loadout drops when they ended up dropping into the Gulag with their loadout. The video then shows the player killing effortlessly kills their under-equipped opponents as they spawn into the arena. 

As you can see from the video above, recreating the glitch is incredibly easy to do. Once the glitch has been performed successfully, players can freely run around the outskirts of the Gulag and mount on the wall to mow down their unsuspecting victims.

While enemy players and the gas can still kill those exploiting this glitch, it’s still a pretty shameful tactic and one players will be hoping for Activision to patch as quickly as possible.