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A Call of Duty: Warzone update has temporarily removed all vehicles from the game following the discovery of a game-breaking glitch.
According to multiple reports, driving a vehicle into a specific out of bounds section of Warzone’s map was resulting in server crashes which kicked all players from the game and back to the lobby.
UPDATE 08/09: Call of Duty: Warzone vehicles have been restored with a new playlist update.
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ORIGINAL STORY CONTINUES: Warzone’s Battle Royal and Plunder modes were both reportedly affected by the glitch.
In May, Infinity Ward temporarily disabled helicopters in Warzone because they were being used to abuse out of bounds glitches.
Based on their performance in the trials, which can be played an unlimited number of times, players can earn rewards including vehicle skins, XP tokens, vehicle horns, calling cards, and Legendary weapon blueprints.
Call of Duty Warzone Season 6 looks set to add a subway network to the Verdansk map.
A recent Call of Duty League live stream concluded with an overhead view of the map, and fans spotted the addition of at least one new subway station near the stadium.
Multiple subway stations have been present around Verdansk since launch, but their interiors have been locked off. The station shown during the CoD League is currently not present in the live version of the game.
A noted CoD insider on Twitter previously suggested that a network of five subway stations would be added in Season 6 and loop around the centre of the map.
According to previous leaks, Warzone could also add night and zombies modes in the future.
Warzone Season 6 is due to start at the end of September, ahead of the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War in November.
Activision has confirmed that the new premium game will share content with free-to-play Warzone, just as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare does currently.
Black Ops Cold War includes shared progression with Warzone, adding inventory items that can be used in both games. Plus, Warzone players will still have access to Modern Warfare content they earned previously, like Operators and weapon blueprints.
As previously reported by VGC, a Black Ops-themed Warzone map revamp is in the works.