Call of Duty

Trucks Are Apparently Killing Players in Warzone Now

Honestly? This glitch is my favorite—just on principle. The infinite "fall to your death through the roof" one was good, sure. But this? Iconic.
Honestly? This glitch is my favorite—just on principle. The infinite "fall to your death through the roof" one was good, sure. But this? Iconic. / Activision

Honestly? This glitch is my favorite—just on principle. The infinite "fall to your death through the roof" one was good, sure. But this? Iconic.

Vehicles have come to life in the ultimate Terminator/Transformers/Call of Duty crossover that nobody asked for. It appears that trucks are randomly killing players without even having to dirty a tire. All it takes is lingering two seconds too long to lure out the transport's true nature as a bloodthirsty killing machine. The worst part? The game doesn't seem to care.

We don't think this is what Warzone fans had in mind when they asked for a Terminator cameo.

Call of Duty Warzone: When Trucks Attack!

The bug was brought to light through a Reddit post published within the offical Warzone subreddit by user deyrajib early on Thursday, May 27. In their post, deyrajib attached a video to show exactly what happens when players get too close and personal with Bertha.

Deyrajib approaches the truck and hops up onto the back cargo platform in an attempt to get a clear line of sight on another player. While lining up their shot, however, deyrajib abruptly dies and is permanently taken out of the game—despite having a self-revive on them. The in-game UI doesn't even note a username or cause of death.

Players are taking this bug in stride for the most part. A majority of the comments on the original Reddit post are jokes or sarcastic comments about how "the age of humans is over" and how the machines are taking over.

"Sometimes trucks give you wins, but they want the ultimate sacrifice. Nothing is free." Eladryel wrote.

Another user, illram, replied that a similar thing happened to them. Their truck "randomly exploded" during what sounds like a routine match the night before the post went live.

"It was weird," they wrote, "In the feed it said I killed myself, no one shot me it was right off the drop."

Neither Raven Software nor Activision have acknowledged the new glitch.