After one player was killed during the warm-up sequence during the plane's flying over Al Mazrah, the fastest-ever Warzone 2 death may have been recorded.
In addition to Warzone 2's size, content, and features, there are a number of other things that can cause the game to be tense at times.
The Battle Royale shooter from Activision is the sequel to Warzone, but some of the same issues have remained in the sequel. Gamebreaking invisibility bugs and players dying without doing anything wrong are just some examples.
The latter of these examples tends to generate the most mystifying videos because it can leave players wondering if these unfortunate circumstances will be repeated in Warzone 2. However, a new video may leave players wondering whether they will even get out of the opening cutscene in Warzone 2.
One Warzone 2 subreddit user claimed to the forum that they suffered the "fastest death in Warzone history."
The video started in the pre-game airplane cutscene, followed the pre-lobby matchmaking, and followed the player's Operator walking around getting ready to deploy.
However, if you look closely, you can see early on that once it has been cut to the player's skin, a grenade indicator appears on the screen.
The Operator began walking toward the exit of the airplane, and all of a sudden an explosion went off and seemingly defeated the Operator. Although you'd imagine this was a strange situation, the player might still have a chance to enter the game.
The killcam appeared after a few seconds and showed the plane still flying towards the screen.
The majority of comments found the footage to be "hilarious," and one user said, "My friend and I saw a Semtex icon and saw an explosion a few days ago, this is ridiculous."
Another player joked: “In this game, the TTK is a tad crazy.”
Nothing official, but this certainly has to be a contender for the quickest-ever Warzone death, whether it's the OG game or Warzone 2.
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