That's right, players have found a new place and avenue to clip themselves through the map in Warzone. This time it's in the Stadium.
It looks like Treyarch and Raven Software might have missed a spot with this one. Hot off the heels of the Season 3 Verdansk map reskin debut, players have already found a way to break below the surface. Veteran fans will likely remember the string of similar clipping incidents dating all the way back to Warzone's official launch in 2020.
Which begs the question: is this just exceedingly specific déjà vu or are we all bound to travel in this infinite loop of hell until the end of time?
Yet Another Under-Map Exploit Has Been Discovered in Warzone
The exploit was brought to light via a video clip posted to the Warzone subreddit board by user TITANxRaven. They initially published their findings on April 24, but the replies are dated as recently as within the past 24 hours. The post is most effectively characterized, not by its associated clip, but by the plea in parenthesis at the very end of its title: "PLEASE FIX THIS!"
It's not explicitly clear how the exploit is performed as the user likely captured the clip after noticing they were sniped from underground. What is clear, however, is that this isn't a secret, considering TITANxRaven's assailant wasn't alone under the Stadium. They were working alongside three others to take shots at unaware players from below.
At one point, they allegedly "toy" with the last player standing topside.
"Yeah, you see this, Raven Software? You've gotta fix this... You've gotta fix this s***," One of the spectating players said in the video.
None of the developers or publishers have come forward with a statement or proposed date for a fix at the time of writing. It has yet to appear on Raven's official Trello board.