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YouTuber Nearly Crashed Warzone Server With 100 Loadout Drop

Trying to crash servers for fun isn't a new process. Whenever games have private lobbies, you can expect some shenanigans.
Trying to crash servers for fun isn't a new process. Whenever games have private lobbies, you can expect some shenanigans. / Photo courtesy of Treyarch

Trying to crash servers for fun isn't a new process. Whenever games have private lobbies, you can expect some shenanigans. And with the rise of Twitch and YouTube Gaming, people now have an audience for your nonsense.

And YouTube channel ‘DefendTheHouse’ went to work. A channel that has fun breaking certain gaming myths or just having plain fun, DefendTheHouse tried something unusual on Thursday.

Testing the power of a single server, the YouTube channel created a private server and tried dropping in 100 loadouts.

The server immediately started struggling with 130 players all in one place. You can tell something special was about to happen. Chaos ensued as the server tried to handle all the pixels. While the server didn't actually crash, it got close and things were pretty hilarious. You can watch the rest of their shenanigans for Warzone here.