Players in Call of Duty: Warzone are constantly in danger as they try to claim a Warzone Victory in Caldera and Rebirth Island. However, a new threat has surfaced, rendering the most obvious cover illusory.
Every now and then, something completely unfathomable happens in Warzone that leaves players perplexed. From game-breaking wallhacks to players illegally killing people beneath Caldera’s map.
However, Raven Software now faces a new challenge: some of the battlefields they’re providing aren’t exactly what they appear to be. Shots that would normally cannon off a solid surface are killing players in an unusual way.
When you’re in the middle of a firefight, or if it’s a one-way fire, and you’re desperately trying to find some cover to regroup, plate up, or reload, the last thing you need is a concrete wall as thin as a piece of paper to protect you.
This is the case for Warzone’s Rebirth Island, also known as Alcatraz, at the moment. Thick concrete walls on the island don’t mean anything, as JosieLinkly discovered the hard way.
Josie had just returned to the fray, scored a quick kill, and realized they were being targeted from afar. They collapsed behind the concrete pillar in front of them, clearly seeking refuge.
Instead, they were dispatched after being declared dead in an instant.
The footage showed the player’s killcam, and the enemy player used the Combat Scout perk to identify the poor player despite being several buildings away. The bullets clearly went through the solid, sturdy concrete pillar for some reason, ending them unfairly.
This isn’t the first time something like this has appeared in Warzone, and it begs the question of how many places like this exist in either Caldera or Alcatraz.