Call of Duty: Warzone Trick Lets Players ‘Cheat’ for Their Teammates in Gulag
Call of Duty: Warzone players discover a trick that lets them ‘cheat’ for their teammates while they’re fighting it out in the Gulag.
Mar 14, 2020
Call of Duty: Warzone has only been out for a few days now, but the battle royale mode has already proven to be hugely popular with fans. One of the most popular features introduced in Call of Duty: Warzone is the 1v1 Gulag respawn system, which gives players a chance to rejoin the battle royale if they manage to defeat an opponent 1v1 under Gunfight rules. However, there is a lot more to the Gulag than what’s apparent on the surface, and players have figured out new ways that they can actually help their teammates win.
If players on the same team are both in the Gulag, their partners can watch the fight and offer advice by telling their teammate where their opponent is. This is one big advantage, but Call of Duty: Warzone players can also help their teammates out by throwing rocks at their Gulag opponent. Not only that, but it’s been discovered that the rocks Warzone players can throw in the Gulag can actually blow up claymores.
This was demonstrated by Reddit user CJLito, who noticed that someone in the Gulag had laid down a claymore. They lined up their shot and threw a rock at their claymore, causing it to explode and kill the enemy player. It’s unclear if CJLito’s partner was the other person in the fight at the time this happened, but it’s easy to see how this could be used to assist one’s partners while they’re fighting for their lives in the Gulag.
While some may think this is unfair, it’s likely a very intentional part of the game. After all, Infinity Ward made it possible for Warzone players to observe Gulag matches and gave them rocks to throw for a reason. It adds an extra bit of suspense and strategy to the proceedings, so any Warzone players thinking about using claymores may want to be careful about where they place them on the map.
Warzone‘s 1v1 Gulag respawn system is just one reason why fans have praised the new battle royale. Warzone has also been well-received because of how it simplifies and streamlines the typical BR loot system, making it so players are constantly in the action instead of fumbling around in menus. The praise for the game has so far seen Warzone played by millions worldwide, so it seems that Infinity Ward and Raven Software made a lot of the right decisions.
Of course, it’s one thing to amass a large player base and something else entirely to keep players engaged for the long-term. Considering this, fans can expect regular updates for the game, whether they come in the form of Warzone map changes, new items, or whatever else.
Call of Duty: Warzone is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
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