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Call of Duty Warzone’s train has crashed ahead of a major in-game event taking place on Thursday.
The battle’s opening salvo looks to have been fired, with Warzone’s train seemingly brought to an abrupt halt by a barricade located in one of Verdansk’s tunnels.
The train, which has been circling the map since the launch of Season 5 a year ago, is currently out of action and some of its cargo in flames, as shown in the video below and the image above (via XSET Barton).
Players who participate in Thursday’s Warzone event will be rewarded with in-game gear including new weapon and knife blueprints, a bike skin and a timepiece.
Warzone players will also earn double XP, double weapon XP, and double battle pass XP in the hour leading up to the Battle of Verdansk.
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