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Infinity Ward has been forced to pull all vehicles from Call Of Duty: Warzone thanks to a game-breaking new glitch. The developer confirmed that trucks, choppers, and any other type of vehicle have been removed from the Battle Royale and Plunder modes until further notice.
As reported by VGC, this particular glitch is a nasty little blighter. It essentially causes the entire server to crash whenever a player drives a vehicle to a certain point of the Verdansk map, kicking all players out of the match. That's... not ideal.
Call Of Duty YouTuber MarleyThirteen explained in a recent video that if you drive a vehicle through a certain out of bounds section of the map, the "return to combat area" timer breaks and sends everybody back to the lobby. You can see it for yourself in the video below. No wonder Infinity Ward opted to pull vehicles from the game. I would imagine there are more than a few sore losers out there that would abuse this to pull a match early as soon as things stopped going their way.
This isn't the first time Infinity Ward has had to remove vehicles from the battle royale, although it's never been quite this extensive. Earlier this year, all helicopters were temporarily taken out of the game to combat an exploit that allowed players to fly underneath the map and murder other players completely undetected.
A few weeks prior to this latest bug, Infinity Ward had to a deal with another glitch. This particular terrifying glitch was affecting weapon textures, turning guns - and sometimes entire players - into these strange spiky pixel monsters. Infinity Ward soon got on top of this one, but not before forcing Xbox One users to download a ridiculous 66.3GB patch to get it sorted. It's been a rough couple of weeks for Warzone, that's for sure.
Given the size and scope of this latest bug, I've no doubt that Infinity Ward will be well on top of it by now and have a fix soon. Hopefully this is the last time the developer has to deal with something so nightmarish... at least for a few months, anyway.
As much as the community likes to rip Warzone for its many glitches and bugs, it's rare that we've come across anything in the game that completely breaks things on this scale. It's worth remembering that... and the fact that it's a free game that's given us all a lot to enjoy during lockdown.
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