Warzone player hits ridiculous Fighter Plane trickshot on Caldera

Joseph Pascoulis
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A Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific Season 1 player has achieved what they are claiming is the “world’s first” Fighter Plane seat swap trickshot on Caldera.

Warzone Pacific Season 1 is finally here, and players are getting to grips with the new weapons, modes, and vehicles.

One player seems to have gotten very comfortable already, completing what they are claiming is the “world’s first” Warzone Pacific Fighter Plane trickshot on Caldera.

Plane flying in Warzone pacific caldera map

Trickshotting and sniping have always been a huge part of the Call of Duty community. Some players have even made a name for themselves through being extremely good with a Sniper.

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Since the Vanguard integration, players have been getting used to the new vehicles, one of which is the Fighter Plane. These WWII planes are small and nifty, also featuring a machine gun to fight off other pilots and players.

Seat swapping Sniper shots have been a thing in Warzone, but since the introduction of Fighter Planes, those trickshots are about to get a whole lot crazier.

Warzone players and content creator NRG Isaac posted a clip on Twitter of them hitting a ridiculous Fighter Plane trickshot.

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In the clip, the player swaps seats while in flight, which places them on the outside of the plane. Then, they pull out a Sniper and get a clean headshot while dive-bombing the plane.

To finish it off, they even get back into the pilot seat and pull the plane back up to continue flying after achieving the shot, which is very impressive.

You can tell by their reaction that they are excited they actually hit the shot and managed to keep the plane flying: “LET’S GO, OH MY GOD!”

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We’re sure this is going to start a trend of players trying to hit these Fighter Plane trickshots, but this player gets to claim theirs as the “world’s first.”

For more, check out Dr. Disrespect’s opinion on how Warzone Pacific could save the battle royale.

Image Credits: Raven Software / Activision / Sledgehammer Games

About The Author

After graduating from the University of Southampton, Joseph joined CharlieIntel as a Games Writer after a short stint of freelance journalism. He enjoys most genres of games and will play anything that sparks his interest, but his expertise lies within the FPS category. If Joey isn't writing about games, then he's most likely playing them. You can contact Joseph at [email protected]