Bizarre Warzone glitch plays constant music around Verdansk

Andrew Highton
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Music is usually reserved for Warzone’s vehicles to make the journey a bit more pleasant. However, a new glitch is allowing players to extend their listening to on-foot gameplay with one player enjoying the sounds of Bangarang longer than normal.

It’s fun to ride a vehicle around a war-torn battlefield with death looming around every corner. Travel is a momentary distraction that can also get the blood-pumping thanks to Warzone’s licensed anthems.

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You traditionally get to enjoy some awesome tunes whilst you’re riding in the vehicle. Yet one player’s experience turned into an on-foot concert as well.

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Warzone glitch plays music on-foot

The insinuation is that our Call of Duty player has recently gotten out of a vehicle and the game decided to carry on the Bangarang track a bit longer than normal.

Reddit user ThePartsGuy is blissfully running through the map with his MAC-10 and teammates when Skrillex decides to join them on their journey.

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He and his teammates have a good laugh about the situation as the act of hearing enemy gunfire and footsteps is nigh on impossible due to Bangarang continuing to play throughout their headsets.

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They continue to investigate the map and vibe, and it seems that the music goes away after the song finishes.

But soon after its completion, another one of the game’s licensed tracks begins to slowly start-up and they prepare for another few minutes of distractions.

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According to other users in the thread, the music glitch is a random occurrence that needs to be stopped manually.

You can either:

  • “You just got to get into another car and turn off music manually to fix it though.”
  • “Found out it was a easy fix within the audio settings under the “War Tracks” section just had to disable it and turn down the volume.”

So if this does happen to you, then at least there are some easy fixes for you to employ.

Image credits: Activision Blizzard

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