Strange Warzone wall glitch leaves players floating in front of danger

Strange Warzone wall glitch leaves players floating in front of danger
Strange Warzone wall glitch leaves players floating in front of danger

Like countless other live service experiences, Call of Duty: Warzone has its fair share of weird gameplay bugs.


A recent bug caused deceased players to return to the victory screen. Another annoying bug that pops up from time to time is freezing users in place after they land on the map.

But even minor hiccups can be frustrating, especially when they give one fighter an edge over another.


Weird Warzone glitch keeps players hovering over walls

Recently, Just-m-a shared on the Warzone subreddit a gameplay clip of a strange bug in the game involving floating players.

In the clip, Just-m-a circles the wall and takes out enemy fighters lying on the grass. This seemed like an easy kill at first, but quickly proved not to be.


Within a few seconds, the prone player begins to levitate, then levitates beyond the reach of the stone wall. They disappear when the Redditor returns to the other side of the barrier.

It’s all pretty bizarre, but other Warzone veterans in the thread expressed concern about the bizarre wallworm.

Users tuiasi, PsydeFX1, and Maedhros_ all pointed out that the issue appears to be a simple case of “fatal server out-of-sync”.

As such, countless ordinary Call of Duty: Warzone players may have encountered similar situations of random floating enemies.

As Warzone continues to dominate, Call of Duty fans will soon have a different version of the battle royale experience to explore.

Warzone 2 is scheduled to release this fall on November 16 for PC, PlayStation and Xbox.

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