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Strange Warzone glitch lets you teleport around the map

Published: 6/Aug/2020 12:19

by Daniel Cleary


Modern Warfare players have found an unusual glitch with Recon Drones that lets you “teleport” anywhere you want in Warzone and multiplayer modes.

Season 5 of Warzone finally arrived on August 5, bringing about plenty of content such as new weapons and map changes around Verdansk.

While new ziplines were added and areas such as the Stadium have been made more accessible, players found another way to scale buildings with a strange “teleport” glitch.

Warzone stadium in Season 5
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The stadium has become more accessible in Warzone Season 5.

This bug seemingly allows you to fly around the map, picking off enemies from up high, and can be devastating against unsuspecting opponents.

Call of Duty YouTuber Bubs shared this glitch, revealing that it could only be done with a friend when you have a recon drone each. Here’s how it works.

How to Teleport in Warzone and Modern Warfare

  1. Once you have your Recon Drones, you’ll need to deploy yours and fly it into your friend’s character model.
  2. When the drone appears to be clipping inside of the character, your friend will then need to activate their drone.
  3. After they use it, they’ll be attached to your drone and you can fly them wherever you want.
  4. Pilot the drone to your location of choice and simply press ‘exit’ to place the character in an unusual location.

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This glitch works on both Modern Warfare and Warzone, although it can be a little bit more difficult to find multiple recon drones at once in Verdansk.

Bubs also revealed that there are invisible barriers in maps like Hackney Yard, which can let you float in the air and can catch a lot of enemies off guard from the sky.

As seen with past game-breaking glitches, it is quite likely that this will be patched by Infinity Ward in one of their future updates.

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Nadeshot calls for major SBMM change in Black Ops Cold War rant

Published: 2/Dec/2020 11:48

by Jacob Hale


Skill-based matchmaking has been a major complaint from top Call of Duty players for years now, and 100 Thieves CEO and former pro player Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag has finally snapped, going on a rant against SBMM in the new Black Ops Cold War.

Nadeshot has never made it a secret that he, alongside a huge number of Call of Duty players, is anti-SBMM.

Though the sentiment makes sense — pit players of equal skill against one another — in practice, many players aren’t happy with it and want to see it removed or at least tuned down.

Nadeshot clearly falls into that category, and let his opinion be known during a December 1 stream while playing on the latest edition of Nuketown, Nuketown ‘84.

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Black Ops Cold War has been welcomed with mixed reviews, but SBMM has been a major sticking point.

As you can tell immediately from the scoreline alone and the carnage unfolding around him, the match is an intense one, and he wasn’t impressed.

He said: “It’s time to lower the skill-based matchmaking. This is not fun. I know we want the kids that have never played Call of Duty to be in a safe space, but please stop alienating the people that have been playing your game for over a decade.”

That wasn’t all, though, as Haag continued to complain as he struggled to make much of an impact on the game. “This is not an enjoyable experience,” he said. “Especially trying to get the challenges done on these weapons… Everyone’s got a scorestreak because it’s participation and not skill.”

Both the SBMM and scorestreak complaints have been popular ones for Black Ops Cold War players, and the sentiment seems to be echoed from the top down.

Whether Activision or Treyarch make changes to either issue remains to be seen, but we might not see Nadeshot streaming Black Ops Cold War for too much longer at this rate.