Raven Software are currently looking into a bug that is allowing players to kill their own teammates.
Warzone Season 3 brought with it a host of new content and changes, however it also seemed to bring with it a handful of bugs that have been causing players some issues.
Players have reported instances where they have been able to kill their own teammates by running them over, this has caused havoc with competitive players who have accidentally sabotaged themselves too early while playing in tournaments.
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Member of 100 Thieves’ Warzone team, Thomas ‘Tommey’ Trewren took to Twitter to show off a clip where the said bug ruined a match in a tournament.
The post read “The game just really doesn’t want us to win this tournament.”
The clip shows Tommey getting onto the back of his teammates truck however it then crashes leaving a dead body beside a pile of loot, however other players were quick to realise that this bug was not limited to trucks and walls.
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Diaz Biffle noticed this during a stream when he tried to use his SUV in order to push his teammate towards a loadout, unfortunately his friend found his way straight to the Gulag.
Raven Software have since confirmed that it is in fact an unfortunate bug as other players had previously wondered if it was actually an intended action in the game.
Raven Software have taken to Twitter to address the issues and reassure players that they are ‘investigating’ the issue.
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The post read “We are investigating an issue in #Warzone where players can be killed by vehicles that are operated by their teammates.”
❗️ We are investigating an issue in #Warzone where players can be killed by vehicles that are operated by their teammates. https://t.co/a0gJPDP8Ix— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) May 21, 2021
It is unclear just when this issue will be ironed out, so until then players must take caution when navigating their vehicles.
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