Strange Warzone AXIAL scope glitch is ruining players’ aim
There is a frustrating glitch that is plaguing the AXIAL scope in Warzone, and this is causing players’ aim to be ruined in long-range combat situations.
When you join a game of Warzone, there are plenty of impressive weapons that you can use to eliminate your opponents. There are also various different attachments that will give you an edge in battle.
One of these attachments is the AXIAL scope, which lets you pick off enemies from a distance. However, Warzone players have noticed that a new glitch that is ruining their aim in long-range combat.
Reddit user TameSilverberry made a post highlighting this problem in the Call of Duty: Warzone subreddit. They pointed out that the crosshair isn’t centered on the ‘SPECTRAL’ reticle.
“The gun I’m using in the picture is the FARA 83 ‘Seascape’ Variant,” wrote the user. “However, this happens with every gun using the AXIAL scope.”
Your crosshair is meant to make aiming much easier over long distances, but having it away from the center will complicate things and ruin your precision.
Many of the other commenters claimed to have experienced a similar bug. “It’s actually been that way for like 2 months now,” wrote one user. “I highly doubt they will ever fix it.”
This will make it much more difficult for you to aim at long-range targets with precision. Hopefully, the developers will fix this issue soon, and you can try out other scopes in the meanwhile.
For more Warzone bugs, you can check out our fix for the missing friends list glitch.
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