Call of Duty

Warzone Pros Expose Pay-to-Win Bullfrog Blueprint

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In the latest Warzone news, a controversial Bullfrog Blueprint has been the center of attention as it comes with a strange audio bug that makes it very overpowered.

The new Bullfrog Blueprint when shot, makes the opposing player hear shots all around them no matter where the Bullfrog is actually being shot from.

In the clip, ZLaner brings DrDisrespect into a corner away from TimTheTatman. Tim proceeds to shoot the bugged Bullfrog. After hearing the gun shoot, ZLaner responded to Doc by saying, "it sounds like it's all around you."

When an item inside a video game gives a player an advantage, it is completely fine if that player earned it. The controversy comes when that advantage is something that can only be bought in the store and not earned.

Once something like that, and the Bullfrog Blueprint is a great example, gets put only on the store, players have very strong feelings about the "Pay-to-Win" system.

I tend to agree because someone really should not get a huge advantage just because they decided to pull out the checkbook.

The Bullfrog Blueprint has caused major controversy in Warzone tournaments. In some tournaments, players have been discouraged to use any Bullfrog Blueprint just to try and avoid any possible controversies.

I would not be surprised if the Bullfrog Blueprint ban is spread across all online tournaments until this bug is fixed. Until then, we just have to sit back and wait for more news about an inevitable patch.