Author: Alex Kirton

Creator of Gamerficial, not a journalist by any means. Have worked on GamingBible and Gamers On Board in the past. Tweet at me about my spelling and grammar mistakes.

A bunch of new vehicles should be making their way into the battle royale game in the future according to a new leak. Given the sheer size of the maps in battle royale games, it’s not uncommon for the developers to add vehicles to help players get around the map. We’ve even seen vehicles added to Fortnite and Apex Legends. In Warzone, vehicles are not only used for mobility but they can also be used as weapons. The meta in solos games for a while was to jump into a Big Bertha and wait until the final circle to run…

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Aydan is well known as Call of Duty: Warzone’s highest earning streamer. His skills in the game have won him countless tournaments and attracts thousands of viewers to his livestreams. Now he’s pulled of what some players are calling the ‘smartest play ever’ his rooftop bait strategy that confused his aggressive enemies and turned them into free kills. The play took place while Aydan was competing in a tournament with UnRational, while Aydan was engaging with one group of enemies, he was informed that another enemy was directly beneath him. Assuming the player under him was hunting him down, Aydan…

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Tencent are creating a brand new survival game called Undawn, it follows a group of survivors in a post apocalyptic world filled with the undead. There’s plenty more to worry about than just the zombies though. Tencent Open-world survival games get a bad rap these days, and for good reason. Time and time again players have been let down by these styles of games after buying into an early access game that promises more than it delivers, will it be any different for Undawn? Undawn promises PvP and PvE, as well as all the usual crafting and scavenging systems we’re…

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The next Call of Duty game is rumoured to be in development at Sledgehammer Games and looks to be set in World War II, it looks like it will also be developed on the same engine as Modern Warfare 2019 instead of Treyarchs. Initial reports indicated the game will be called Call of Duty WW2: Vanguard, interestingly the last game Sledgehammer Games made was also a World War II game and before that they made 2014’s Advanced Warfare. If reports are true, we already know the theme of the new game, the developers, and now we may know which engine…

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A popular site used by thousands of fans to track skill levels across Warzone lobbies is being threatened with legal action by Activision if they don’t shut down operations. The site announced they received letters from Activision’s legal team giving them until Monday to comply with their demands. Activision claim the API that SBMM Warzone are using is the reason for this action. Skill Based Matchmaking has long being a cause for controversy in Warzone. The battle royale game doesn’t have an official ranked mode but for some reason still assembles lobbies based on players skill levels. Fans took it…

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Call of Duty’s ‘worst map ever’ is officially getting a makeover, and Treyarch gave us a look at what changes we can expect to see. The map has been reinvented and looks better than ever, Treyarch took to Twitter to reveal the new ‘Miami Strike’ map which will launch next week. The Tweet read “Sun’s up, guns up. Miami Strike comes to 6v6 next week with a new close-quarters layout and 24/7 playlist.” Sun’s up, guns up. Miami Strike comes to 6v6 next week with a new close-quarters layout and 24/7 playlist. pic.twitter.com/umoaxxfYPq— Treyarch Studios (@Treyarch) March 24, 2021 It…

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Call of Duty: Mobile in China has introduced a tonne of new content that isn’t available to players in other parts of the world. For some reason the Chinese version is always months ahead in terms of new content and features, the Chinese market even get content exclusive to their region. These Chinese updates are usually a good indication of what we can expect to see coming soon. From early map releases to Among Us inspired game modes. Now, following an update on March 24 we can see the next few months will be big for Call of Duty: Mobile.…

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Players have been finding the strangest of places around the map to take refuge from zombies. It seem like we write about new glitches in Call of Duty every other day with most of them being detrimental to players performance, but on some rare occasions they can assist players. Fans have now discovered a new glitch which created a ‘safe zone’ offering them safety from the attacks of zombies. There are a lot of areas in the Black Ops Cold War maps where Zombies will not go, the tops of objects or on hills, over time players have weeded out…

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