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Modern Warfare & Warzone glitch puts any attachment on any gun

Published: 20/Jun/2020 18:30

by Daniel Cleary


A bizarre loadout glitch has been found in Modern Warfare & Warzone that lets players put any attachments on any weapons, which can make for some bizarre gun combos in-game.

Call of Duty players can customize weapons to their liking with the new loadout system that was implemented in Modern Warfare and Warzone.

Loadouts allow you to choose different attachments for each weapon, which can change the look of a gun and provides you with unique stat bonuses to help you in battle.

M4A1 in loadout editor in Modern Warfare
Infinity Ward
Warzone and Modern Warfare players have found a unique “any attachments” glitch for their weapons.

There are two separate sets of loadouts that players can customize, one for Multiplayer and Warzone matches and another, that is available during private custom matches in-game.

A bizarre glitch was found with these two loadouts sets, however, where players could use attachments from another weapon class on a gun of their choosing, such as using SMG attachments on an AR.

Call of Duty YouTuber Bubs shared this strange loadout exploit and revealed that, while all of the attachments can be seen when used in custom games, some of them appear invisible on the weapon when used in multiplayer or Warzone.

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While the glitch apparently works on all platforms, a mouse is needed to set up the loadouts initially, as it requires a menu to be opened after selecting one of the attachments in your custom game loadouts.

The bug is seemingly caused when a player is backed out of the custom games lobby, by a friend, while this attachment menu is up, allowing the player to select it in the multiplayer lobby and transfer the attachment to a weapon in the opposite loadout set.

When arranged correctly, players could come up with some unusual weapon combos, such as an M4a1 with the Mp5 attachments that Bubs highlighted in the video.

Although the glitch only partially works in multiplayer and Warzone matches, with players unable to see some of the different attachments on their weapons, it is likely that Infinity Ward will be looking to patch this exploit in one of their updates.

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Team Tommey wins $20K Totino’s Black Ops Brawl tourney: Final results

Published: 25/Nov/2020 1:25 Updated: 25/Nov/2020 1:36

by Jacob Hale


Totino’s was the latest to host a massive esports event with $20,000 on the line in one of the first proper  Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War tournaments, one that featured top pro players and some of the most popular streamers.

Over the years, we’ve seen the frozen pizza brand host tournaments in multiple games as well as form sponsorships with the likes of 100 Thieves, who recently entered the Call of Duty League with the LA Thieves.

Now, with Black Ops Cold War out and players starting to really get to grips with the game, they teamed up with a number of top names in Call of Duty, including the Minnesota RØKKR CDL team, to put on a show for fans. Here’s everything you need to catch up on the event.

Totino’s Black Ops Brawl recap

With a single-elimination bracket, teams only had one life to prove themselves with. As a result, four teams were immediately knocked out from the first round with no chance at redemption. Nameless, Swagg, Hitch, and Symfuhny all crashed out of the competition early on with their teams taken down right away.

While Tommey’s team advanced through to the grand final, they met a dominant force in the last series of the day. TeeP and his stacked squad refused to drop a map throughout the day. They came away with 3-0 wins over Symfuhny and Crowder to land in the finals.

The opening Hardpoint on Moscow came down to the wire with TeeP’s team narrowly edging it out. However, the next SnD on Miami was the polar opposite. Tommey’s team struck back with an insane 6-0 performance to tie things up. From here on out, their team kept the momentum rolling and closed out the grand final victory.

Totino’s Black Ops Brawl results

Black Ops Brawl event
The final bracket for Totino’s Black Ops Brawl.

Totino’s Black Ops Brawl stream & schedule

The Totino’s Black Ops Brawl was a four-hour event that took place on Tuesday, November 24.

The show kicked off at 3pm ET (12pm PT/8pm GMT) live from Totino’s Twitch channel, which we’ve embedded here for you to easily rewatch.

It was hosted by Call of Duty League casters Joe ‘Merk’ Deluca and Clint ‘Maven’ Evans, with $20,000 on the line for competing teams.

Who played in the Black Ops Brawl event?

From the most accomplished pro players to the most popular streamers, plenty of big names got involved in this $20k competition. If you’ve been following Cold War events since launch, all of the familiar faces turned out for this one as well. Simp, Tommey, Shotzzy, and Symfuhny were just a handful of names that got involved. Below is a full overview of the captains for the Black Ops Brawl tournament.

  • Symfuhny
  • Swagg
  • Tommey
  • Censor
  • Crowder
  • Hitch
  • Nameless
  • TeePee
Totino's Black Ops Brawl casters Merk and Maven
Merk and Maven hosted the Black Ops Brawl.

Format and prize pool

Eight teams were lined up for the start of the event as the single-elimination bracket got underway. One series loss was all anyone could afford. In total, the winning team had to get through three consecutive best of three matchups against the top challengers.

As for the prize pool, there was $20,000 on the line, with $15,000 going directly to the winning team and the remaining $5,000 going to the team that finished in second place.