Warzone demon gun glitch and optic camo bug make it impossible to aim

Andrew Highton
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Players are having a hard time aiming in Warzone Pacific’s new Caldera map thanks to frustrating glitches. One is the return of the infamous “demon gun glitch,” and another is a brand new, obtrusive optic camo bug.

Aiming is hard enough in Warzone without the need for added distractions. Players spend ages trying to find the best loadouts and the perfect controller and PC settings to be the best they can be.

So it’s disheartening to many Warzone Pacific Caldera players that despite their efforts, the game is breaking in old and new ways.

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Old-school Warzone players will be familiar with the utterly bizarre demon gun glitch that plagued many HUDs back in the day.

It turned a regular gun into a distorted pile of scary-looking, jagged shards. The day one launch of Caldera appears to have brought it back, as shown in a Reddit post entitled: “The return of a well-loved favorite.”

But that’s not all though, as a never-before-seen optic camo glitch also seems to have invaded the shores too.

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u/ragingseaturtle showed off the incredible new glitch during a game of Warzone. When attempting to ADS with the weapon, the optic was completely covered in the gun’s camo, making it impossible to see anything.

Just to add insult to injury, a cursory glance at the gun’s ammo clip will show that the end of it is also suffering from a case of demon gun glitch too.

These are two extremely destructive glitches that will impede and irritate many Warzone players.

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It’s likely that Raven Software are aware of these bugs by now, and are probably trying to remedy the situation, along with other issues such as low-res texture issues.

Image Credit: Activision / Raven Software

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