There seems to be a new glitch spot in Warzone and cheaters are using it to get into walls and under the map. There’s no way to stop them!
It’s no secret that Warzone has huge problems with cheaters, but with so many glitches in the game what can you expect?
However, one of the most hated bugs in Warzone history has returned. Cheaters are once again using wall glitch spots in Warzone to get under Verdansk Airport.
New Glitch Spot Lets Warzone Players Get Under Verdansk Map
Warzone Season 3 was ruined by loads of wall glitch spots in Verdansk ’84. However, developer Raven Software was quick to fix all of the under-map glitches, or so it was thought.
Now, it looks like Warzone cheaters have found a new way to get under the map.
A clip on the Warzone subreddit shows a player using a heartbeat sensor to track down an opponent in Airport. However, they never found the enemy because they were underground.
The underground cheater then easily shot and killed the player who was totally unaware.
How do Players Get Undernath Airport in Warzone?
Previously players were able to find various points in the map where they could clip into walls. From there, they could get underneath the map and become invincible.
Luckily, the video doesn’t show the glitch spot the cheater got under the map in Warzone. This hopefully means that seeing more players doing this is unlikely.
Plus, with the new Pacific Warzone map coming very soon, these glitch spots hopefully won’t be a problem for much longer.
However, we still hope that Raven takes a look into this glitch spot in Warzone. After all, there’s nothing more frustrating than being killed by a player you can’t even see!
Although, Warzone has plenty of other huge problems to deal with too. Players are becoming totally invincible with a new Warzone Riot Shield glitch.
Also, players can now download Warzone hacks and cheats on console. As bad as the Warzone glitch spots might be, they don’t even begin to compare to aimbot and wallhacks.
Luckily, Raven Software now gives Warzone cheaters hardware bans. This is a good first step to stopping hackers once and for all