Warzone players have discovered an "instant-death" zone in the reskinned Verdansk '84 map.
Looks like Raven Software has yet another issue to add to their Trello board this week. Another in-game dilemma is making the rounds—barely before the developer could get their latest update ready to hit the live servers. Players have uncovered a specific area of the map that delivers instantaneous death to all who enter.
So, just to recap: if the players exploiting the series of under-map glitches don't kill you, the literal map you're standing on probably will.
Verdansk Apparently Has an Instant-Death Zone
The issue was originally brought to light by Reddit user ryzen115 on Monday, April 26. In their post on the CODWarzone subreddit board, ryzen115 uploaded a video clip showcasing exactly what and where the problem was.
The user climbed up to the roof of the Verdansk Train Station building—a common place to take position due to its high, easy to reach position. It's not unusual to see players up in that spot as it proves a decent vantage point to survey the surrounding area while remaining relatively safe. Unfortunately for ryzen115, their safety didn't last very long.
After a quick turn around and walk along the rooftop guard wall, ryzen115 clipped through the floor and fell all the way through the map. They were able to engage their parachute, but it only delayed the inevitable as they fell too far out of bounds and were "killed."
Several players replied that they, too, had fallen prey to the death spot in recent days.
"Exact thing happened to me at the same spot." Wrote Reddit user T3RM1N8T0R.
Unizzy wrote, "Ya… my squad mate died there yesterday…"
Unfortunately, while Raven's last patch does fix quite a few problems with under-map exploits and the Hunt for Adler event, the Train Station is currently not on that list.