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'Call Of Duty: Warzone' Players Are Being Killed By Ammo Boxes

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'Call Of Duty: Warzone' Players Are Being Killed By Ammo Boxes

While Call Of Duty: Warzone certainly features plenty of over-the-top action and some seriously wild crossovers, it's a fairly grounded battle royale for the most part - especially when compared to many of its rivals.

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Warzone looks and feels like a fairly gritty and authentic game that's bound by its own set of rules. Get shot? Fall down. Jump off a roof? You'll break your legs and will have to crawl to safety. Shoot a box filled with ammo? It's going to explode.

I have to confess that I wasn't actually entirely aware of that last one, but yeah: it's fully possible to murder enemies with your own ammo boxes. It makes for some pretty slick and unexpected kills to, as demonstrated by Reddit user JLOC76. Take a look at the video below as they dish out a cold and merciless lesson in why you shouldn't simply stand next a seemingly innocent ammo box.

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Some commenters pointed out that it would maybe have been more efficient to just shoot the enemy in the head as they came up the stairs, but where's the fun in that? You can spend all day in Warzone shooting people, but the opportunity to lay a dumbass trap and see if someone will fall for it comes by so rarely. Let them have their fun, I say.

In other Call Of Duty news, we recently got confirmation of file sizes for Black Ops Cold War across various platforms. Unfortunately, you won't be too thrilled to learn that the upcoming game will continue COD's irritating trend of ridiculously large install sizes. Clocking in at 95GB on PlayStation 4 and 93GB on Xbox One, it's certainly a chungus - especially considering Modern Warfare only took up around 60GB or so on PlayStation 4, and that was only a year ago.

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Worse still, Black Ops Cold War wants almost 40GB more on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S, and requires 133GB on Sony's console and 136GB on the Microsoft platforms. Given recent reports that the PS5 and Xbox Series S have roughly 664GB and 364GB respectively, that's a bit of a "yikes" moment. Still, it was at least confirmed that we'll be able to uninstall the parts of the game we're no longer using - that should make up space.

Featured Image Credit: Activision

Topics: Call of Duty: Warzone, News, Infinity Ward, Activision, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Ewan Moore
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