Worst Places to Drop in Call of Duty: Warzone
Anyone have a teammate with the absolute worst ideas? “This area looks great, let’s drop here.” “I think I’ve got enough for a loadout, oh wait I only have $9000”. Listening to this ever-helpful teammate always gives you the worst start and you’re usually spending the rest of the round trying to recover from the mistakes. Those mistakes generally tend to come at the beginning and that means a terrible drop zone. Plenty of places seem appealing, but there are certain places you need to avoid like the plague until the dust settles a bit in the round.
5. The Stadium
I am praying to the gods that the stadium soon becomes a fully-fledged indoor environment that becomes the main attraction with the upcoming season update, but as it currently stands this place is a hellscape where all joy comes to die. Dramatic? Yes, also I don’t care. This place has fewer positives than a government branch undergoing COVID testing so it’s in your best interest to stay the hell away at the jump of a match. The loot boxes are limited and the amount of spots you can be ambushed from is simply impossible to count. Want to grab the loot box near the will call stand? Get ready to be shot at from the carnival tents, right underneath the nearby bridge, the sniper in the tower across the bridge, the player new to the game who felt it would be fun to see how far a rocket can travel. You get the point, you’re going to get destroyed unless you’re as alert as possible. There just is no reason to land here other than the unique scenery and while it’s nice to look at, you can’t look at something if you're dead. Because then your eyes won’t work, it’s science.
4. Verdansk International Airport
This is a fantastic spot to loot, but we’re not talking about looting, we’re talking about where we want to drop and the reason we’re staying the hell away from here is because of all that loot. Unless you are the very first team to touch down in the airport, you’re likely to be welcomed by an outfitted team with a solid arsenal while you run around like an idiot with a pistol. It’s incredibly tempting, I know, the hangars are loaded with equipment and buy stations are usually littering the runways. But the last thing we want at the start of the match is a full-fledged firefight with suboptimal equipment. Wait a little bit, search the nearby apartments and bide your time. The airport is always going to have tons of equipment, you just should not be going there at the very start.
3. Arlov Peak Military Base
You know, for a military base, I strangely can’t find a damn weapon to save my life here. I know they probably exist, but navigating this area is such a nightmare and there’s just too many places to be wary of other players popping out and shooting you that it hardly seems worth it in the long run. The only beneficial thing about this area is the abundance of vehicles, That’s right, the best part of this area is the ability to get the hell away from it. If that’s not an advertisement for staying away, I don’t know what is. The giant hangars above this area though are quite solid to bunker down in at the end of games though, so this area isn’t that bad later in games, just terrible at the start of them.
2. Zhokov Boneyard
Do you like despair? Do you like bullets hitting you from all angles shot out of what appears to be thin air? Well, do I have a spot for you! Seriously though, landing at the Zhokov Boneryard is the equivalent of punching yourself in the face with a cement boxing glove. The benefits are there are some chests littered throughout the destroyed planes, but despite this giving the appearance of being a solid place to find loot and cover, it’s often fleeting. I don’t know what it is about this place, but generally, when my team ends up here, we can see the Gulag lurking around the corner. Whether it’s the snipers hiding out in the depot building or people camping a nearby buy station, this place is just a misery. I wouldn’t even recommend coming here once the dust settles. It’s painful to navigate and just ugly to look at. Avoid at all costs. Or don’t, and let me know how you did in the Gulag.
1. The Atlas Superstore
While I’ve preached the value the Superstore has when you travel to it later in the round, going here at the start of a match is simply asking to die. I mean, where do I start? This is a labyrinth of riches for sure, but the cost of those riches is generally your entire team getting wiped out within seconds of entering this place. There are tons of entry points, high and low and unless you manage to quickly pick up a gun outside the store, you’re usually going to be under-equipped as the bullets start flying from the teams who beat you to the punch. If you get in there and decide to bail quickly, you’re out of luck as well as plenty of teams post up on the roof or wait in the nearby parking lot waiting for people to come running out of the store. If you must go to the Superstore, I beg of you, wait it out. Let the number of players thin out a bit before charging in there, trust me, no matter how good you are, you aren’t good enough to survive 5 teams shooting at you at the same time.
So, what’re your least favorite spots to drop? What are your favorites? Let’s talk about it below!
How to Buy Back squadmates effectively in Call of Duty: Warzone
It is very rare for your entire squad to live from the beginning to the end of the match. Almost all the time, someone is going to end up in the Gulag. In those occurrences, there are a lot of chances that you would have to buy them back. As someone who has tried to buy back my squadmates all the time, here are some effective ways to buy them back without risking your life in Call of Duty: Warzone.
The first thing to do is to recover from the massive depletion of the team in the Gulag. Do not try to solo your way out of the game and go for big squad skills. It is almost impossible to win a 1v4 with depleted health, resources, and heightened nervousness. The best thing to do is to go back to safety and armor up. Usually, if my squadmates are all in the Gulag, the enemy team might still be hunting me down, and so escaping from their line of sight is absolutely necessary. At this point, do not use vehicles or anything that will give attention to yourself. Simply run out of there as fast and as safe as possible.
Then, look for a small house or shack. Try to avoid large buildings. Usually, teams with a higher amount of people will flock to big buildings over small shacks in the middle of the Warzone map. There has been a plentiful amount of times that I had enough money to buy back two squadmates with full armor, just to be lasered down by a team of four waiting for free loot to come by. Instead, go to places where big teams will go to the least.
After, you want to locate the nearest buy zone possible. Hopefully, from the time that you ran from the gunfight to the time you went to safety, you got some money on you to buy at least one squadmate back. However, do not try to go for cash stacks in areas of high density. It wouldn’t matter anyway if you get caught in gunfire outmanned. Instead, look for smaller stacks that will eventually add up to $4,500. This is a much more effective and safe approach than going for big stacks of cash. Unless you see one in a safe perimeter, these will just lead to your squad being sent back to the lobby.
Finally, buy them back fast and retreat fast. This is a crucial and very important step. Sometimes, we take too long in the station or we keep running around as if we have a full team behind us. Call of Duty: Warzone isn’t about getting more kills, but rather about survival capabilities. At this point in the buyback process, you should definitely be around medium-dense areas, like in the outskirts of the Quarry or in the Airport. As you buy them back, continuously look to mark anything. From armor to rifles, mark everything for the returning teammate so that they can help you as fast as possible.
Do you agree with what I said? Let me know in the comments below!
Promotions Call of Duty Warzone Best attachments for each gun type
If you’ve been on the Call of Duty: Warzone train that’s been single-handedly keeping us sane during this weird period of humanity, you know by now it’s all about the loadout. Survival chances go way up when you’re outfitted with your favorite weapons and what makes these guns unique is it’s your custom made weapon. The problem with your custom-made weapon is its trash. You’re all over the place with your attachments and for some reason, you think it’s a great idea to carry around 200 bullet clips and a tac laser. You’re not onto something, you’re onto nothing and you’re going to get turned into swiss cheese as you lug around your boulder of a weapon while shouting to the entire map “I’m over here! Follow the green light to my dumb ass!” But no worries friend, I’ve got a lot of opinions and a lot of free time, so here’s the best attachment loadouts for each weapon type. (Trigger Warning: I’m going to mention the Grau.)
Assault Rifles (avert your eyes, here it comes)
FFS 20.8 Nexus Barrel
FSS Blackjack Stock
FTAC R-89 Rubber
Cronen Shark II Under Barrel
So, you want players to scream in frustration as you take them out with your recoil being basically zero while your damage is near light machine gun levels? Then take this loadout into the Warzone and watch the players drop like flies. There is nearly no negative to this loadout. Your control is simply absurd, the accuracy is a couple clicks short of a sniper rifle and the range is also outstanding. Now, you won’t be a track star with this setup, but that’s okay because you won’t need to move much when you’re mowing down players from absurd distances. Everyone will hate you, but you’re using the Grau, so you realize hatred is going be attached to you like a leech.
Light Machine Guns
XRK Summit 26 6” Barrel
Laser- I hate you, go away
Solozero Optics Mini Reflex Scope
Commando Foregrip Underbarrel
60 Round Mags
The Bruen is an absolute monster in pretty much an iteration, but this one, in particular, gives you a special kind of devastation with it. You will essentially have the control of a Grau when using this setup. While the fire rate isn’t too exciting, the accuracy is astounding and the mobility compared to how you move with a normal LMG offers a ton of combat flexibility. The range with this loadout is also second to none and combining that with the accuracy creates some excellent long shot opportunities. While scopes can be pretty subjective, I like the Solozero optic because it’s a quick to aim scope with a clear sight on it for some easy precision shooting.
Monolithic Supressor Muzzle
Tempus smooth Bore
Tempus Sport Stock
Commando Foregrip Underbarrel
FORGE TAC Steady Grip Guard
Though this weapon has been nerfed already, that doesn’t matter too much as it’s still an absolute beast to use. The best part of this loadout is that you can basically shoot it like a sniper rifle. The accuracy is insane at long ranges and despite you not having a scope on it, the accuracy more than makes up for it. The damage is top-notch as well and this can be a unique setup to take with you if you see the end of games heading towards a more interior environment.
Subsonic Integral Barrel
Commando Foregrip Underbarrel
10mm Auto 30 Round Ammunition
Stippled Grip Tape Rear Grip
Sleight of Hand Perk
We all knew this was coming. The MP5 is the favorite among the submachine guns, but it’s when you really dig into the attachments that this little buzz saw shines through amongst the crowd. The accuracy is high in most setups, but the damage of this one is what really puts it above the crowd. When you combine the accuracy and the damage you really shouldn’t be losing any 1v1 battles. The mobility of this setup will have you flying around the map as well and the fire rate is about as good as it gets with no tweaking. You can choose to lose the sleight of hand perk for a higher fire rate attachment, but the ability to reload quickly is imperative during a warzone match.
32 0’ Factory Barrel
Variable Zoom Scope
Singuard Arms Assassin Stock
Granulated Grip Tape Rear Grip
The AX-50 is simply an insane weapon in the right hands and with this setup, you’re going to have players screaming at how you managed to hit them full sprint. The accuracy is borderline unfair and it allows you to basically hit any area you’re aiming for with little need to consider bullet delay. The range with this setup is also truly unfair and combined with a double zoom scope, you can take out players halfway across the map. You can opt to add a perk instead of the compensator, but there is plenty of ability in just this exact setup for whatever sniping scenario you desire.
So what are you loadouts like? Do you have better setups? Let’s see them below!
Memes 5 Underrated spots to drop in Call of Duty: Warzone
It’s not how you start, but how you finish. That’s an old adage that doesn’t mean a damn thing when it comes to Call of Duty: Warzone. It’s all about how you start. Yeah, you can make up your garbage starts by toughing it out in the Gulag, and maybe lucking out to get a loadout somewhere or surviving a most-wanted might rectify your team’s woes, but let’s be real here. You need to get off on the right foot and part of that means starting off in a place where you can get outfitted with some good gear, have some good cover, and get some good money. Everyone knows the best places to drop as well as the worst, but what about the underrated areas? I’m here to shed some light on those.
5. Storage Town
There’s nothing flashy about what’s going on here. Storage town is simple and grimy and nothing special, but do you know what it’s got in spades? Boxes baby! And that’s what we’re going to need to get our sorry ass teams off to the start they need to get to the promised lands. While you won’t find many legendary items here, the storage containers will have tons of medium quality options to get you started. In addition to some solid gear to get you going, the cover in this area is outstanding. Within each storage alcove is usually a cargo crate that you can take cover behind while you’re getting your loot fix in. You’d think with a name like Storage Town, players would be all over this place but from what I’ve seen, the place is open for business. If it’s in the circle or just outside, give it a shot and see if you can take advantage of all the goodies this place has. Or not, and continue to get smoked like a Christmas ham in the Superstore, your choice.
4. Karst River Quarry
Not the most popular kid in class, but Karst River Quarry has some fantastic benefits if you get there early. While you may see plenty of people drop nearby here, they never stay too long. It’s more of a run by area for players who may hit up a Buy Station and then dip out, but never a place that players stay too long. We’re going to drop here and try to drop on one of the gigantic depots inhabiting the area. The inside of these buildings are a myriad of hallways and pipes and stairs to make up one of the more visually confusing areas to navigate, but it’s what’s within the areas that make it so fruitful. If I manage to get to one of these buildings before the match gets too deep, I generally come out with a hefty sum of money in the $4000’s range. If you can survive the tension that mounts as you wander through the various hallways, your reward will be a hefty amount of loot as well as a great place to complete scavenger contracts and recon missions.
3. The Gora Dam
A certain amount of dread sets in when I see the circle start in the upper left quadrant is palpable. I am a garbage fire in this area of the map. I get sniped from mountains, roofs, and I have no bearing on where I am at any given moment, but all of you aren’t me, and luckily for you, this dam is stock full of treasure. If you decide to land here, you’ll be treated to endless areas with tons of items and cash to find. The main source of this is located within the dam itself which is a pain in the ass in itself to get to, so if you manage to land on the top section, you’ll be in good shape to pick up a quick $3000 at least as you comb the halls of the industrial interiors for the seemingly endless item boxes. In addition to this, dropping here will provide you a ton of areas to take cover and there are usually multiple buy stations located in the immediate area. During one round, I counted three within a two-minute walk of each other, so if you manage to get a scavenger near here, you’ll be able to quickly get your gear and get out.
2. Great Bridge
There are a few reasons this place is great to drop in. The first is that you simply aren’t going to encounter anybody here. It’s barely a location, except those in the know will be seeking the loot boxes that are generally located underneath the bridge and that’s the spot we’re going to drop. While you won’t outfit your whole team with anything special, it’s a solid place to hit right before you charge into the chaos of the Hospital or venture anywhere else. Again, it’s not the best spot to drop, but some players like their rounds to start off conflict-free where they can create a game plan without being thrust into battle the second they land. Under the bridge is where you’ll find that solace.
1. Downtown Tavorsk District
Although it’s located near the stadium which is essentially hell on earth, there are tons of benefits to dropping in this area. There are simply an insane amount of buildings that can give you a quick fix with an instant arsenal acquirement but that’s not the real gem of this area. The place to be in this district is the police station. Normally, you’ll find no less than 4 loot boxes in this area. The jail cells, the roof, the entrance area, and the upstairs locker area all usually have a chest to open, and to amplify this is the ever-convenient ammo restore station. This building gives a great vantage point of the area and gives you the ability to scope out snipers on nearby buildings. The police station is where I often find myself when it comes time to bunker down for the end of games, but it’s also a great place to start the round as well.
What are your favorite areas? Do you know of hidden gems nobody else knows about? Let’s talk about it below!
Call of Duty Maps We Want Back!
As with most games that turn into a series, Call of Duty has had some respectable maps. Some have also absolute busts and are noted as such, never to be talked about again. For the maps that have been praised and loved by the community though, we’ve seen special events dedicated to them, such as the 24/7 Nuketown playlist from the Black Ops games. Furthermore, we’ve seen maps recreated for future releases so players can have some nostalgic fun all over again. With the newest Call of Duty being released this fall, I decided to look back at all the maps that we want back in the next Call of Duty, after all of the new maps are released at the start.
There aren’t many maps there are as memorable as Nuketown. It’s been one of the most successful maps in the Black Ops series. All four of them to date have had some sort of Nuketown incorporated into them and we’ve seen all sorts of game modes played there, especially during the 24/7 playlists which would allow you to play the map continuously. If you ever saw the map as a choice in the Black Ops games, you’d see most if not all of the lobby flock their votes for it, usually doing the same after the game to get it a second time in a row. I don’t think it’ll ever be different and this map will always be one of the most loved maps of all time.
An MW2 map that always had players enjoying it. Trickshotters, competitive players, and regular players alike were always playing Terminal with few to no complaints (unless they weren’t doing well). There was enough space to move around while also being close-quarter enough that players could meet all of their regular FPS needs in one map. It was brought back in future CoD’s and it certainly should be brought back when Cold War gets released!
It’s tough to find a player that doesn’t know the map, Rust. It’s another MW2 map that has been brought back to plenty of Call of Duties (even Mobile got it). Its compact size helps players enjoy a constant chaotic state while not being too small like Shipment, which everyone complains about. The only issue with the map now is that the colors blend too much in the newest Call of Duty, making every map overall poorly made, though the nostalgic feeling of playing on Rust will always overcome the problems created by the developers.
The boat we all learned to love since Black Ops 2 is the 4th on my list for many reasons. First off, the map is rather symmetrical which many people seem to approve of quite a bit. It has enough open area in the middle while also giving you options to remain covered by walls (which are penetrable). Additionally, this was one of the maps that became notorious for trickshotters in terms of suicide trickshots. Players would stand on the outer edges of the boat and jump off with their snipers, hoping for a spinning noscope to land so they can have some insane bragging rights to their friends. Bringing Hijacked back again could revive the trickshotting community by itself!
5. Firing Range
It’s been a long time since we’ve played Black Ops but probably not so long since we had a fond memory on the map. CoD Mobile included the map into their rotation and plenty of people enjoyed the map for its plethora of hiding spots and open fighting. Trickshotting was also popular here and there were probably more ladder-stall trickshots on this map than any other map. Plenty of great memories to remember with the potential for so many more if it gets brought back.
This was the MOST popular trickshotting map for a very long time. All sorts of other games have recreated the map for their players’ enjoyment and Treyarch should strongly consider it for Black Ops: Cold War. Though it comes from MW2, an Infinity Ward game, we’d definitely all love to see the countless suicide trickshots being attempted off of the giant crane, along with having the chance to play the game just to go down memory lane one more time.
A potentially forgotten MW3 map that everyone enjoyed for so many reasons was Resistance. The map took place in some more city-like or town-like location which was popular for its amazing sniping clips. Players were always respawning down one of the long roads and had to use cars or walls for cover. Players can probably vividly remember the connecting road that was not only the shortest, but the deadliest and most watched one in the game. Going down that street between the shop and the elevated outdoor cafe was MW3’s own version of a “No Man’s Land” and had many players cheering and others crying, all at the same time.
MW2 is up on the list again with Favela. Though I never personally enjoyed the map, it was one of the most popular, especially amongst content creators who were beginning careers from playing video games. Many FaZe members had extremely memorable trickshots on this map just like many other teams’ players did. This map is one of those maps that if you asked a content creator one of their top 25 clips of all time, you’d see it pop up at least once because of how amazing it was. I genuinely think we need a remake of it to make everyone happy.
9. Dome (Both of Them)
We have two maps in the 9th spot because they’re both amazing and both have the same name. Dome from MW3 was full of insanity and MOABs that left some players mocking the other team over their mics while others were smashing controllers or leaving the game before they got too far into it. The gamemode didn’t matter here because of how small it was and because of the hectic close-quarter action it came with. Though the rage may not be missed, the countless memories are still worth noting and bringing back somewhat.
The other Dome I’m hoping could make a comeback someday is the one from World at War. It was a well shaped and sized map that had plenty to offer and it’s by far one of my favorite maps of all time in the game’s franchise. The only thing that stops me from thinking the map will EVER be brought back is because of the time period the entire game took place during. World at War brought players to the WWII time period which means Black Ops Cold War may not want to incorporate because of the time frame. There may also be symbols that were popularized in WWII that may be found inappropriate for the Cold War time frame as well as the present, as well. Still, I’d love to have the map back for a round 2.
Finally we’ve come to Scrapyard. I played it for the first time in Modern Warfare, though it originates from MW2. I can still remember some awesome clips I’ve seen from the map including ladder stall crossmap throwing knives, which were some of my favorites. The map is fun to play in the newest CoD and seems easy to reuse over and over without the worry of it ever becoming boring. I’d definitely enjoy having this one come back over and over again for the next few years, even.
There’s plenty of other maps I wanted to put on the list but these were the ones I thought of right away. I’d love to hear what your favorite maps were from the Call of Duty franchise and which should be brought back. Also feel free to mention what maps were the worst in the game’s history, as I’m sure there’s plenty that we can all remember that were horrible ideas (Stonehaven…). I’ll be excited to hear from you down below!
Promotions 5 More guns as good as the Grau
The devil of Call of Duty: Warzone still roams free with its overpowering damage mixed with 0 kickback. If you’ve tried turning to other guns, but just haven’t found a fix that can stand up to the amazing specs of a fully upgraded Grau, maybe these 5 will do the trick. Here are 5 more guns that can fill that Grau shaped hole in your life.
While it’s not the Grau, The M-13 comes equipped with an insanely high rate of fire mimicking the otherworldly crap that the Grau pulls off with regularity. In close quarters, this is one of the best guns in the game. If you equip it with the right attachments though, the M-13 can become a long-range ally as well and this with the added aim down sight speed makes this gun the perfect answer for players who want to dive in and out of combat with ease. There are plenty of attachments that boost the control of the M-13 as well and this helps mimic the feeling of the Grau as well.
Do you like fast movement speed? Then I’ve got the gun for you. The RAM-7 allows you to jet around the map at crazy speed while giving you an assault rifle that feels more like a sub-machine gun. The Ram-7 has a solid rate of fire and while the damage is nothing to write home about, the accuracy and control more than makeup for it and adding on an extended clip to this little firecracker can yield some seriously impressive results. Make sure you add a solid sight onto the RAM-7 because its value really comes out with its long-range accuracy.
3. KILO 141
Initially looked at as one of the guns that could replace the M4A1 back when that was the most vilified gun in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, the KILO 141 is about as solid an AR as we can find at the moment. It comes equipped with a good rate of fire and some of the most lenient recoil of its class as well. The control of the KLO 141 is not too shabby as well, but there are plenty of ways to increase the control while maintaining a steady damage rate as well. A good scope mixed with a silencer will have this gun becoming your new favorite in no time and it doesn’t hurt that it boasts a good clip size as well. It’s not as damaging as some of the higher quality loadouts of an M4A1, but the control is outstanding and that’s where the value of the KILO 141 really shows itself.
It’s not too flashy for sure, but if you want insane fire right mixed with great control, you should look no further. While the AUG doesn’t quite hit the highs of the MP5 or MP7, you’re going to get an arguably easier experience shooting the AUG than you would those guns. You have outstanding speed while wielding this gun and it generally feels like you’re using an AR even though the AUG is in the Sub-Machine Gun class. The accuracy and the range is also elite amongst its contemporaries in the Sub-Machine gun class and the only thing you’re going to need to bolster a bit is the damage. If you can buff the damage while keeping a high rate of fire and quick aim down speed, the AUG is one of the more effective loadouts out there.
The absolute class of the Sub-Machine Gun division of guns, the MP5 is your go to cure your woes of the Grau being nerfed. Armed with elite damage for a Sub-Machine Gun and maybe the best time to aim of any gun in the game, the MP5 is a no brainer for players who want to move fast and kill quickly. The rate of fire on this thing is just stupid and the accuracy makes it nearly impossible to screw up a shot if you have a good aim hand. While the damage per second rate is lesser than that of an outfitted MP7, the MP5 remedies that with being able to maintain control over shots at long range with a more damaging per bullet basis. Many who use the MP5 claim it’s the best gun in the game when used by the right player and I can’t disagree with this assessment. The only negative is the clip size, but it more than makes up for it in getting your shots to count more than anything else.
Promotions Call of Duty: Warzone - How to Survive in the Gulag
So you’ve been grinding with your team for an entire game. You’re well equipped with Buy Station goodies and you’ve got your loadout ready to go. “This is it.” You think. This might just be the game that you win. Then two seconds later a truck comes out of nowhere and runs you over. The shock of your failure overwhelms you, but you’re not done yet. You’ve got a chance. You’ve got the Gulag. The problem is that you suck in the Gulag. You have no clue where to start and end up running around like a chicken with its head cut off. But fear not, friend. I’ve got a few tips to help you resurrect and stop your teammates from telling you the Gulag is your daddy.
Shoot and Drop
I’ll be honest, I HATE this tactic but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t work. If you want to almost guarantee yourself a victory in the Gulag, then the next time you start shooting, drop to prone mid-shot, and slightly tilt your control stick up while you do. The result of this bullshit will be your aim trained right on your opponents face while they wonder where the hell you just went. Effective? Yes. Realistic? God no, but it doesn’t matter because Infinity Ward granted us with the ability to fall gracefully to the ground while holding a gun the size of a submarine, so we’re going to take advantage of it! The best weapons to try this with are generally the single-shot rifles that now plague the Gulag, though the sniper rifles tend to benefit from this as well considering the more steady aim when you’re in prone. If you use this tactic, I hate you. Regardless of this fact, I am compelled to tell you about it because I want you to have fun, even if it’s at the expense of my misery. Makes sense, right? No? Who cares! Moving on.
This one is a bit tricky to execute, but if done right, it can be a quick way to return to the battlefield. Basically, the core concept revolves around getting your opponent to believe you’re one place when you’re actually in another. There are a couple of ways to get this to happen. The first way is we’re going to wander into their view really quickly and then get back behind cover and make it seem like you’re heading around to the other side of the Gulag. Usually, players will see this action and naturally try to cut you off around the other corner. But you’re not going to the other corner, you’re going to head in the same direction that player was looking at you in. If all goes well, you’ll be able to quickly sprint behind your opponent and take them out as you see fit. Your gun-type doesn’t matter all that much here as you’ll be able to kill them off with anything rather easily from behind. The second way to get this to happen is to bank a grenade off a wall. In order for this to work, you need to first find your opponent, then quickly identify what wall is behind them. From here, launch a grenade off the adjacent wall, giving the illusion you’re coming from the opposite direction you’re in. The purpose of the grenade isn’t to kill, but just to confuse. Once they wander towards where they think you were, that’s when you take your shot. Just make sure you’re aiming true as nothing can really stop them from turning around and capping you for playing games with their minds.
Oh, what? Do you think that we’re going to play fair when we’re trying to get back to our team that’s desperate and outnumbered? HAH! Sorry, but we’re going to play as dirty as we can to get back into the fight and camping is not beyond our arsenal. How this works is you quickly sprint to the middle left side of the Gulag. There is always going to be a little crevice or wall here for you to hide behind and that’s exactly what we’re going to do. Doing this does two things. One, it gives us the ability to cut off half the Gulag as a possible place for your enemy to be traveling. Two, it gives us an amazing vantage point for grenades or quick headshots. If you don’t see your enemy within a few seconds, you know he’s either staying put in the back or about to smoke you from the other side of the wall you’re hiding behind. If you suspect this, just simply backpedal from your spot. DO NOT TURN THE CORNER. You think this is a good idea and it will be your first instinct. It’s also how you lose. Be patient and back up and more often than not your opponent will peak out and that’s when you take your shot.
So what do you think? Do you employ these strategies? Or do you have another trick up your sleeve? Let’s talk about it below.
COD MW Season 5 Trailer 🔥
Here’s the video if you want to see it but if your too lazy 😂 then here’s a quick recap of what’s coming in season 5 😊
•4 New Maps
•3 New Weapons
•Warzone Map Changes
•New Faction: Shadow Company
•A bunch of skins and blueprints found in the video
Here are the new things coming this season on display
~~~~~~~~~~~Ground War Map~~~~~~~~~~
No images yet but it has been leaked to be coming :)
~~~~~~~~~~Zipline Feature in WZ~~~~~~~~~~
I sound so mean 😂💯 I promise I’m not a mean person
Who would be down to play some time?
I know this isn’t a lfg I just wanna know through a post cause I want to play with more people.
"Gamer Girls" are just thots that only play the game to try to get a gamer guy. Girls that play the game for fun like us guys are just called gamers.
Some things to expect in Season 5!
In Warzone, there’ll be releasing trains now !
There’s also going to be a few new maps too ☺️💕
here’s the link to the trailer for those who’d like to see
Are you guys excited for Season 5??? ❤️✨ I know I am
gamer girls 😌
if you would like to be in a gc with girls and only girls add or message my insta @xoxjan_ and lemme know you would like to be in the gc . ☺️ ( handle are crack head moments and we joke around a lot so please don’t be sensitive ❤️ )
POTG Please read
If i streamed would y'all watch? I feel like that I aint getting viewers and it gets boring when I have no one to talk to
Like and comment if you didn’t win anything either :(.
Pls support my yt channel if you liked this post (ThibautPlayz).
Looking for people to help get me my first warzone win I’m pretty good at killing ppl
Working on the art of finishing (that’s what she said)
145 top 5 placing a in Warzone but only 35 wins. 😭 Looks like I need to learn how to finish. 🥴
Who else is hyped?!
Watch "Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® & Warzone - Official Season Five Trailer" on YouTube
Can't wait for it to go live tommorow
he got a gb team 90-45 we need one who is down to play every night with the squad who is nice dm me if you are interested bc we want to play fives we dropped our fifth
POTG Just need someone to play with ya be good or bad
Add my Activision if you wanna play modern warfare with me. 💕
Memes Like and comment if you didn’t win anythin either :(.
Pls support my yt channel if you liked this post (ThibautPlayz).
Lord of Wolves Gaming [~LWG~] 🎮
Recruiting new members!
Must have a Mic.
Must have discord.
Must be 18+ to join.
We are a Family friendly community.
50+ members and growing
We have game nights and tournaments.
We are a multi game PS4 community.
There are no try outs just join and have fun.
If you are looking to grow within a community or you just want to play and have fun this is the community for you.
If you are interested just let me know in the comments and I’ll dm you.
Looking forward to having y'all in the pack.
Thank you 🙏🏻 and Have a Nice Day! 😁
Playstation 4/Sony is allowing the player's to pre-download the 1.24 update for call of duty modern
TheRealMeeseeks back at it again with the Kar98k!🤙👌
I’m not very good but that I thought this one tap was neat
Come watch man i need someone to talk to cause streaming with no one in the stream or no one chatting is boring ill let you join
I'm live on Twitch, come hang out! http://www.twitch.tv/peachy_creep407?sr=a
Interested in Black Ops 4?
Go sub to my man Obtxined as he completes 100% of Black Ops 4:
I hate when there is a guy sitting at the the top of a building then he has a claymore at the top of the ladder