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Warzone devs announce they are investigating vehicle friendly fire glitch

A Warzone friendly fire glitch has been causing frustrations for players in Season 3 Reloaded, and the developers are now investigating this issue.



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The Season 3 Reloaded update brought a great deal of new content for players to enjoy, but it also introduced a new Warzone friendly fire glitch when it comes to vehicles, and Raven Software recently announced they are investigating it.

Call of Duty: Warzone Season 3 Reloaded changed the Call of Duty battle royale in a variety of ways, including the new Rambo and John McClane Operators, the 80s Action Heroes event, and new map changes.

However, this latest update also has introduced a Warzone friendly fire glitch that can occur when players are using vehicles which has caused the developers of the game to begin an investigation into what is causing it and hopefully fix this issue.

Warzone Friendly Fire

Warzone Friendly Fire

Following the Season 3 Reloaded update, members of the community began to experience instances of Warzone friendly fire when they would be run over and killed by vehicles driven or flown by their teammates, which is not supposed to happen in the battle royale.

This glitch had been confusing the community, as players did not know if this was an intended feature Raven Software had added in the Season 3 Reloaded update or if it was an unintended problem that had crept its way into the game.

The developers made it clear on May 21, 2021, that this Warzone friendly fire glitch was not an intended feature and that they are now officially investigating it and will hopefully come up with a fix for it.

Raven Software also added this glitch to its official Trello board, where players can keep track of the progress that the development studio is making on fixing issues like this Warzone friendly fire glitch.

There is no doubt that this bug has been causing frustrations for players, such as popular content creator TimTheTatMan, who have died to vehicles being operated by their teammates.

Raven Software will likely be working to make sure this problem is fixed as soon as possible.

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