A Call of Duty: Warzone player has discovered a new spectating mode glitch in the game.
Call of Duty: Warzone gives players the chance to spectate their killer or a teammate in the game once they have been killed, this gives the deceased player the opportunity to watch as their friends try their best to bring them back.
Alternatively, the spectate feature can also be used to catch out cheaters, the first person perspective made it easy to see if players were snapping onto enemies, but now we could be seeing a shift to a third person perspective.
This discovery has sent the Warzone community into a state of panic, although it is only a small update it could have quite the effect on the community. While most players are happy to genuinely grind their way to victory, there are few who will take any advantage they can get.
Reddit user ‘Potatofrags‘ took to the platform to share a clip where they are seen spectating their ally in Warzone. The player is seen to be able to take in a 360 view as they watch their ally who is wearing the Roze skin.
This gives the player added sight that they would not normally posses, although it may seem harmless, fans are worried that cheaters will be quick to take advantage of this new feature.
Cheaters would easily be able to use this third-person view to gain extra information they would otherwise not have had. Taking into consideration unusual angles and corner peeking, the potential problem here may seem to grow.
As many players are already concerned about this, suggestions have flooded in calling for the camera to be locked, however this would still give players wider point of view than usual.
Some have argued that this feature was unintentionally added to the game and is nothing but a bug, only time will tell if it will cause as much havoc as has already been predicted.
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