CoD: Warzone Out of Bounds Glitch will be fixed soon

Raven Software, the developer of the renowned CoD: Warzone Battle Royale game mode is promising multiple fixes soon. The ’84 map so far hasn’t been the best experience, as multiple glitches and exploits have surfaced, making players really frustrated. Well, it wouldn’t be the first time for players to get mad over a glitch, especially in Warzone. Remember the multiple stim glitch issues the game had? Patience is a virtue, and the developer reminds of that too.

Now, it’s a word about a different issue but still considered an exploit nonetheless. Raven Software has announced that they’ve been looking for some exploitable spots on the map, and they’ve found a couple of them too. One of them is the “Out-Of-Bounds” glitch. Raven Software has stated the following:

Apparently, there are areas on the map that are inaccessible or at least should be. However, players have found a way to get to them, and cheese for a better outcome. Exploits will always be highly targeted and abused by players who are willing to do anything to win games. Even if Raven Software is trying its best to establish a strong and trustful community, the reach is almost impossible.

Recently, CoD: Warzone celebrated 100 million players, just ahead of the live event and Season 3. The live event has made tons of fans join the game, which resulted in lobby crashes. It’s undeniable that CoD: Warzone is one of the most popular Battle Royale games nowadays, and with the recent META shuffle, it’s about to become even more interesting.

If you want to know what exactly is going on with CoD: Warzone’s development, make sure you visit the official Trello page.

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