With this new trick, you won't even need your parachute to land when dropping into the Warzone.
Call of Duty: Warzone is all about the race to the ground, especially at the beginning. When you're dropping into a busy location, you need all the advantages you can get.
Now, Warzone players have discovered the best way of hitting the ground first, without even needing to use your parachute. Using this new method, competitive gamers can ensure they're able to grab the best guns in Warzone before anyone else.
And from there, it's a simple matter of picking off the enemies who drop in behind you.
How to Land in Warzone Without Using Your Parachute
To land in Warzone, without the use of your parachute, you simply need to land in specific locations of the map. Given the scale of the battle royale's playable area, it must have been next to impossible to test every drop location.
And it seems that because of this, a few specific areas can allow Warzone players to land without using their parachutes at all. One such example is the game's satellite dishes.
It turns out that by landing on the edge of Warzone's satellite dishes, players can avoid fall damage entirely. This allows them to pull their chutes early in the drop and then immediately cut them free.
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Using this method, you're guaranteed to get to the ground first, but it can have disastrous results if you miss your mark.
Landing without a parachute is also possible on some of Warzone's telephone/electrical towers, according to one user on Reddit. However, we don't recommend trying it out unless you fancy dying a few times for every successful attempt.
Unfortunately, a new study by JGOD confirms that Warzone is becoming Pay to Win. This news is particularly troubling, especially as one Warzone player had only just found a way to counter the DMR 14.
In other recent Call of Duty news, it seems that Black Ops Cold War Zombies is going free to play. Be sure to check it out, particularly if you're a Warzone fan who has been avoiding spending money on Cold War.