Warzone devs confirm fix to stop players glitching under Verdansk ’84
Warzone Season 3’s Verdansk ’84 has been plagued by glitch spots in which players can get under the map, and the developers have confirmed they’re looking into fixing it.
After modern-day Verdansk was nuked to contain the Zombie outbreak, Call of Duty: Warzone has traveled players back in time to the 1980s. With this change came the new Verdansk ’84 overhaul of the original map.
Several areas have undergone massive overhauls, and some brand new POIs such as Summit has appeared. However, players have found several exploits in the new map, and Raven Software has confirmed that a fix is coming soon.
Although Warzone Season 3 gave a much-needed update to the Warzone map, as well as getting weapon balancing in a great place, several glitches and issues with Verdansk ’84 have taken away player’s enjoyment.
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Players have managed to glitch their way underneath both Stadium and Airport. While underneath these updated locations, they can see up through the ground and shoot players above for free and easy kills. To make matters worse, nobody above ground can see or shoot the cheaters, as these walls are one way.
The Warzone community has been in an uproar as there’s no way to defeat the exploiters, but Raven Software has finally responded.
In a tweet on April 26, Raven Software said, “We’ve been looking into exploitable spots on the map that allow players to reach areas that are normally inaccessible.” They then confirmed that a fix is coming soon.
On their official Trello board of known bugs and issues, Raven has confirmed that a fix is scheduled for these frustrating exploits. Alongside this update to the glitch spots, they have confirmed that a fix is scheduled for the “Hunt for Adler” event challenges not tracking.
Once these exploits are solved, Airport, Train Station, and Stadium should be much safer to visit while playing Warzone Season 3.
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