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'Warzone' Streamer Punches Rift In The Game By Blowing Up Every Vehicle At Once

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'Warzone' Streamer Punches Rift In The Game By Blowing Up Every Vehicle At Once

Call Of Duty: Warzone is a fantastic battle royale and a ton of fun, but it's also quite frequently broken. Glitches, bugs, and various exploits have plagued Verdansk for the last year. It seems as if every new update and fix just brings in a new problem, or even revives a few old ones.

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With that in mind, you have to wonder why any player would want to push a game that seems like it's already one stiff breeze from falling over completely. But that's exact what popular Call Of Duty streamer MarleyThirteen decided to do recently, in a valiant effort to see how much Warzone could really take before it crumbled in on itself like an under-baked Victoria sponge.

Call of Duty: Warzone / Credit: Activision
Call of Duty: Warzone / Credit: Activision

As spotted by VGC, the streamer managed to get 149 of his followers to drop into a match and agree on a ceasefire, so that they could work together and create the biggest possible explosion. To achieve this, they gathered all of the map's vehicles to one point. Meeting up near Promenade East, Marley and his fellow players attempted to "cause a rift" in the servers by blowing up every vehicle on the map at once.

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After ensuring all players were clear of the blast zone, Marley aimed an airstrike right in the centre of the pile of vehicles and let chaos reign. As you can see in the video below, the assembled crowd were treated a fantastic display... right up until the moment the screen suddenly cut to black and players received a "server snapshot error".


"We broke the game, we actually broke it!" exclaimed a clearly delighted Marley. Aww. It's obvious Activision never intended for anyone to enjoy Warzone quite like this, but it's great to see gamers getting so much joy from punching a hole straight through the game's servers.

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With reports suggesting that the Verdansk map will soon be wiped away in an apocalyptic event involving zombies and nuclear bombs, it's kind of nice to know that Marley and his followers are making memories out there while they still can.

Featured Image Credit: Activision

Topics: News, Warzone, Call of Duty, Activision

Ewan Moore
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