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'Call Of Duty: Warzone' Players Are Being Killed By Their Own Watches

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'Call Of Duty: Warzone' Players Are Being Killed By Their Own Watches

Call Of Duty: Warzone is a tough-as-nails battle royale where players need to keep their wits about them at all times to stay alive and take home the win. The whole point, after all, is that death and danger could come anywhere from any direction - at any time. With that said, I suspect this latest glitch might be taking that sense of danger a bridge too far.

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In (yet another) Warzone bug, players are being killed by their own watches. Specifically, those with the Wearers of the Strange Magic and Time of the Season watches equipped. As it turns out, wandering around with these charming accessories on your wrist can alerting enemy players to your presence. The enigmatic light that's emitted from each watch can be easily seen through walls, making you an incredibly easy target.

Reddit user and streamer Khurlauss showed off the bug in action via the video below. As you can see, the signal coming from these watches puts players at a serious disadvantage - especially during those all-important Gulag matches.

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Amazingly, it sounds as if this particular glitch has been around for at least a few weeks now, but players are only just starting to notice. While many are using it to their advantage, others are warning their fellow players and have attempted to alert Infinity Ward to the situation.

The good news is that until we get an official fix, the bug doesn't seem to difficult to squash on your own. All you need to do is switch off your watch by toggling the "Inspect Watch" gesture. That should get rid of the tell-tale glow that puts a target on your back and completely removes the element of surprise. Then again, maybe you're bored of being so great at Warzone and fancy a challenge? In that case you might as well keep the light on and alert enemies to your presence as some kind of sinister warning system.

Featured Image Credit: Activision

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

Ewan Moore
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