A clever Warzone 2 trick is that players may use Big Bertha trucks to make the Al Mazrah map much easier to navigate and more lucrative.
In Call of Duty: Warzone 2, tactics and strategies are constantly evolving, with players always looking for new ways to make the game more enjoyable, such as achieving a solo nuke using only melee.
Fans of Warzone 2 are equally eager to improve traditional gameplay and discover new approaches to surviving Al Mazrah, despite the fact that it lacks crazy feats. With the most recent discovery, this is how it works.
If you fell into the waters of Verdansk in Warzone 1, you would begreeted with a death screen. However, Warzone 2 altered everything and made it so that players could not only submerge their entire foot, but also swim for the whole day.
This has allowed for some sneaky underwater play and given players more freedom in how they deal with combat situations.
Water is a watery combination, and it must be combined with vehicles, because, as Netoxicky demonstrated on Reddit, Big Berthas can dip their tires in the water as well.
In a user's video, they showed themselves barreling through a massive expanse of water in a Big Bertha, with the water becoming so deep that the gigantic vehicle was totally submerged at various points.
The Bertha was able to continue going on as though nothing had happened, even displaying itself at the end by climbing a steep wall.
When asked by a user whether or not you can breathe underwater while inside Bretha, the OP replied: "Yes, if the water is deep enough, there are times in the game where you can actually stay underwater for an unlimited period."
A commenter on the other hand commented that it seems absurd that a massive automobile might be able to store large quantities of water in the game, yet “a 4-inch diameter sapling will keep you dead cold at full speed.”
We're not sure if this is supposed to be a deliberate design decision by the developers, but in any event, Big Berthas can take you from A to B in no time, and it seems that not even a few feet of water can stand in its way.
Check out the latest from Warzone 2 Season 2, as well as the "fastest death in history" during Warzone 2's opening cutscene.
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