One group of gamers educated a decidedly painful lesson about the dangers of singing around train tracks in Call of Duty: Warzone 2, sharing a hysterical video of the fatal aftermath online. The free-to-play pistol from Infinity Ward and Raven Software just received a substantial dose of new content as part of the latest Warzone 2 update partying the launch of Season 2.
Incoming just two years after the release of the novel Call of Duty: Warzone, Call of Duty: Warzone 2 largely reserved the same structure as its predecessor although introducing some new, occasionally contentious, changes to the first game’s formula.
Although Warzone 2 has established a generally favorable reception from many opponents and players, with the humans-vs-AI DMZ mode receiving particularly high marks, some gamers have sustained to express frustration with what they perceive by way of ongoing issues with weapon balance and some rudiments of the core gameplay. In a move that the publisher surely hopes will please some still-salty players, Activision recently announced that a Ranked mode is impending to Warzone 2, possibly as part of Season 3.
In a hilarious new video common on the r/CODWarzone subreddit by Redditor cap_blueberry, viewers become a front-row seat to the mayhem that can befall when unobservant gamers loiter fair a bit too long on the sleeper tracks in Al Mazrah.
The petite clip shows cap_blueberry and their squadmates slowly making their way across the map as they open passion on a group of pinged enemies in the distance in the aloofness before stopping at what seems comparable to an ideal vantage point atop some close train tracks. The players endure to take potshots at their fleeing opponents beforehand the clip comes to an abrupt and hilarious end as a fast-moving train comes through and eliminates the entire squad. Click here to interpret the video.
Fans are panic-stricken, with some commenters stating that they factually laughed out loud upon viewing it. Replying to a post flippantly pointing out that playing near train tracks I, “ idea, cap_blueberry retort,” mom had it right I suppose.” Extra commenter attempted to commiserate with the squashed squad, laughingly stating that they were hit by the train two times in one night.
While a definite lack of situational awareness may have cost this group the game, at least the aftermath delivers a good laugh and an important lesson for spectators. Here’s hoping trains in the subsequent Call of Duty game feature slightly louder shrieks.
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