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Warzone 2 player achieves world’s first melee-only Nuke in Solos

A Warzone 2 content creator has become the first person in the world to pull off a melee-only Nuke in solo matches.

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Getting Warzone 2’s Nuke requires a ton of effort, and one player has managed to get their hands on it without firing a single bullet and using only melee weapons like the Riot Shield.

Warzone 2 features the Tactical Nuke which is a deadly Killstreak that automatically wins the game for your team, and the only way to get your hands on it is to win five matches in a row before completing a special quest.

Getting this done requires a lot of patience and effort from players, as winning five matches in a row is no easy task. However, one player has managed to secure the Nuke without firing any bullets.

On January 11, Warzone 2 content creator and streamer ConnerDose uploaded a video of his Warzone 2 solo gameplay in which he attempted to complete the requirements for getting the Nuke without firing a weapon.

Instead, the player would literally bring a knife to a gunfight, relying solely on melee weapons and takedowns without any help from allies. He would equip the Riot Shield for protection while throwing grenades and knives at opponents.

This was no easy task as enemies would frequently shoot him down, and he would need to use self-revives to stay in the game.

However, after a tremendous amount of time and effort, ConnerDose was able to achieve his goal of getting his hands on the Tactical Nuke and calling it in. As the player pointed out, this was the first ever case of a Warzone 2 player in solos getting a “melee-only Nuke.”

He excitedly exclaimed: “The first melee Nuke in the world! Right here in the ConnerDose channel!” With Warzone 2 Season 2 on the horizon, it remains to be seen if the Nuke challenges will go through any changes.


For more on Warzone 2, check out the lootable cash and Buy Station price balance coming in Season 2 as well as FaZe Booya using a pro CDL loadout to dominate matches.

Image credits: Activision