Frustrating Warzone glitch lets players hide as dead bodies

Andrew Highton
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A glitch in Call of Duty: Warzone Season 3 allows players to look as though they’re dead in-game when in actual fact they are alive and well. The result left one player looking embarrassed and very much dead.

Warzone has been pretty steady as of late with few proper glitches interfering with the game. True that Verdansk’s train has a deadly, game-ending trampoline glitch and players are also being subjected to Warzone’s “unknown function” Fatal Error, but we seem to be far gone from the likes of Season 3’s early map glitches.

However, a potentially new, frustrating glitch has been captured that could very easily take thousands of players unaware if it proves to be a repeatable one.

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Dutton90 was minding their own business by ascending a staircase during a game of Call of Duty: Warzone when they were suddenly killed with very little warning.

Their brief video clip showed them making their way to the floor above via some steps, and they spotted an avatar essentially planking diagonally into the floor.

No name tag was visible above their head, and no weapon was seen in their hands – probably because they were buried under the floor.

Our player presumed them to be dead, carried on their way, only to be suddenly gunned down and killed without virtually any warning.

They did manage to briefly engage the target after inexplicably finding themself under fire, but it was to no avail.

Whether it was due to the lay of the land, or because the opposing player found a cunning way to position themself intentionally, or because it’s a worrying glitch, remains to be seen.

If this can be repeated though, then all players should be on high alert when they see corpses up against a wall or sticking through the ground.

Image Credit: Activision / Raven Software

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