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YouTuber Noel Miller dominates CoD: Warzone – using a steering wheel

by Joe Craven
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Popular YouTuber Noel Miller has recently branched out into playing some Call of Duty: Warzone, but with a twist – he’s ditched a normal controller in favor of a steering wheel. 

Noel Miller is perhaps best known for his popular YouTube channel which, at the time of writing, sits at nearly 1.9 million subscribers. He regularly makes a variety of content for his fans to enjoy, including collaborating with his long-time friend and fellow YouTuber Cody Ko. 

However, over on his Twitch stream, the popular ex-Viner has been entertaining his followers with some Warzone, Call of Duty's sophomore battle royale effort. On April 10, he took this entertainment to another level, plugging a steering wheel into his setup in order to control his player.  

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Warzone recently hit 50 million players.

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The biggest problem with this setup, aside from the obvious lack of precision, is that basic controllers have two joysticks - one for movement and one for aiming. Ditching these for a steering wheel meant Miller was completely reliant on movement, and couldn’t alter his FOV in any direction. 

This didn’t stop him from racking up some hilarious plays, however. After dying in a match, Miller was transported to the infamous Gulag, where he proceeded to win his 1v1 while using a steering wheel. 

“Oh f**k, I can literally only strafe,” he laughed, in an utterly hilarious clip. Despite being stunned and pinned into a corner, the 30-year-old managed to eliminate his enemy as he was pushed.

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“I won! I f**king won,” he creased, much to the surprise of his teammates, who then joined him in fits of laughter. 

Even though he was severely limited in terms of movement, the steering wheel came into its own when driving vehicles, allowing Miller to put on quite a good Uber impression as he picked up his teammates. 

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It’s fair to say that, while we’re not sure anyone asked for Warzone gameplay while using a steering wheel, it made for a number of hilarious moments for Miller’s watching audience.

It's unlikely he'll be pulling off any high-kill wins with this strategy though, but if you want that kind of action, check out this insane 100 kill world record from a squad of pro players.