Call of Duty: Warzone is filled with glitches that stretch between game-breaking and weird. For the community, it is almost every day that a new bug is discovered due to an uncommon combination of hardware, items, or interactions. Call of Duty: Warzone's developers work hard to patch these bugs, but sometimes a few glitches slip through the cracks.
One of the stranger bugs that tend to appear usually involves model glitches. From Call of Duty: Warzone operators slipping through the map to the mesh of an object causing a rubber banding effect, the models are only as solid as the environment allows. In a recently discovered bug, a player's operator encounters a model glitch with a hilarious side effect.
In a clip posted by Soggy_NuT, the Reddit user is showcasing the bug in all of its horrifying glory. The player is using a Model 680 shotgun, and the foregrip attachment seems to have caused an unintended Call of Duty: Warzone glitch. The video showcases the operator's left arm swinging wildly about as the player ducks for cover. The arm blocks their vision, swings about, and seems to have no locked location. The grip gesture the hand is making seems to imply that the model believes it is holding the foregrip, but the arm is instead stuck at a weird angle and only loosely follows the movements of the operator.
Fans in the comments have a variety of jokes, from the "honking" symbol that arm seems to be making to various movie references. Call of Duty: Warzone glitches like this are rare, but when they occur, they can ruin a firefight and destroy any chance of this player seeing victory.
There currently does not seem to be a fix for this glitch. It is unknown what happens when the player switches weapons but based on the previous Call of Duty: Warzone model bugs, the glitch will most likely persist. The developers are unaware of the bug at this time, according to their Trello board, but if more players are affected, a fix may come sooner rather than later.
Despite the annoyance this bug probably caused the player, it is a hilarious side effect to this particular model glitch. The hand is floating aimlessly, and players seem unable to direct it in any way. Call of Duty: Warzone glitches are rarely this comical, and the fact that their arm has become putty is an amazingly strange side-effect.
Call of Duty: Warzone is quickly coming closer to the long-awaited nuke event, and with the date and time seemingly revealed, it seems to be all that players are talking about. However, while a 1980s version of Verdansk and the addition of even more zombies is exciting for some, others remain focused on winning matches and racking up kills. To succeed at doing that, using the best weapons will go a long way.
Call of Duty: Warzone is in the midst of a new meta taking shape, with the previous one recently coming to an end via some much needed nerfs. As such, a few new guns have quickly filled the role of the game’s best options, with one in particular seeming like the clear favorite amongst fans. While this meta may be changing in May due to the upcoming release of Season 3, players should keep the following guns in mind when making their loadouts over the next few weeks.
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