Call of Duty Warzone: Update coming soon - the developers are working on these fixes

Call of Duty Warzone: Update coming soon - the developers are working on these fixes

Call of Duty Warzone

Since the big season 3 update for Call of Duty: Warzone, players have been rioting on a revised Verdansk map: Verdansk 84 brings new locations and sights to the Battle Royale shooter - and says goodbye to the Modern Warfare setting. The previous Verdansk was reduced to rubble at a nuke event. With the changes, the developers have brought the setting of the current first-person shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War into focus. Verdansk 84 is not free from errors. Over the weekend, players reported being able to enter areas that are normally not allowed.

The developers at Raven Software announced on their Trello board and on Twitter that they wanted to fix the exploits with an update. At what point in time the fix will actually be submitted has not yet been determined. However, the patch should be available "soon". After the update rollout, it should no longer be possible to use the faulty spots on the new Verdansk in order to leave the intended play area.

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Call Of Duty: Warzone Verdansk '84 Glitch Lets You Go Under The Map, And It's A Problem

A newly discovered glitch in Call of Duty: Warzone allows players to access an area under the map where they can take out players who can't see them. People on Reddit have discovered that it's not very difficult to get under the map at the airport, in particular. [Update: Raven Software now says it's aware of the issue and is working on a fix]

The potential for negatively impacting the game with this glitch is immediately obvious, and players who have been killed by those who use the glitch are understandably voicing their frustrations. You can see an example of the glitch in the video below, as spotted by PC Gamer. It's also been reported that it's possible to get under the new map, Verdansk '84, at locations like the train station, downtown, and TV station.

Here is an example of what it looks like to be on the receiving end of the glitch. As you can see in the video, the unsuspecting player is taken out at the Stadium by someone who has gotten under the map. The player who was killed never saw it coming. The person who uploaded the video titled it 'What's the point of even playing right now?'

Cheating continues to be an issue with Warzone, but this problem appears to be more of an issue related to the map itself and out-of-bounds areas that are accessible when they should not be. It's not clear yet if any of the developers of Warzone have responded to this issue.

The new Verdansk '84 map is just a few days old at this point, so it was likely inevitable that there would be some teething issues like this. Here's to hoping the developers close out these glitches before they become too commonplace.

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