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Warzone players call for Dual Pistols to be removed from the Gulag

Warzone players are calling for the developers to remove Dual Pistols from the Season 3 Gulag as they’re driving players “insane.”

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Warzone Season 3 players are fed up with missing a ton of Akimbo Pistols shots and are calling for Raven Software to remove them from the Gulag.

Warzone Season 3’s Standoff Gulag has been divisive, to say the least. Some players love the new layout that offers more flanking routes and fewer head-glitches to abuse, but others are sick of the “campy” playstyle offered by its two-story design.

Something that the community appears to agree on wholeheartedly is that Dual Pistols in Verdansk ’84’s Gulag are a major problem. The Warzone subreddit has been full of players calling for their removal.

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While Warzone features the same RNG features as all battle royale games, the Gulag is meant to be a place where your individual skill in a 1v1 will get you back into the fight. However, it’s down to pure luck whether you land shots in Season 3’s Dual Pistols Gulag, and players are sick of it.

In a sarcastic post, Reddit user EJR4 said “Dual Pistol gulag is the best Gulag, no question.” In this clip, they walked towards an AFK player shooting shot after shot with the crosshair directly on them. Not one shot landed, and the AFK player, probably alerted by the bullets flying at them, returned and immediately killed the player.

EJR4 isn’t alone in having problems with the akimbo pistols, as user DefunctHunk showed off very similar footage, but was much more on the nose with their frustration, saying that “Akimbo pistols in the Gulag are driving me insane.”

The comments sections of both posts were full of players complaining about the new Gulag, but especially the Dual Pistols. One user said, “If I get a Shotgun or a Magnum, I just tell my squad, ok guys, don’t spend your money, you need that 4k soon.”

This isn’t the first time Warzone players have rallied together to demand change in the Gulag, as Season 2’s featured fists. The community pushed back against this frustrating Gulag and fists have (so far) not featured in Season 3, so perhaps Dual Pistols will be gone from Season 4’s Gulag.

In the meantime, you can check out our guide on how to dominate Season 3’s Gulag, and how to watch the official Season 4 reveal.

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How much money does Warzone make?

Call of Duty: Warzone is one of the most popular battle royale games out there, so how much money does it bring in?

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Microsoft is set to acquire Call of Duty’s publisher Activision Blizzard for a whopping $70 billion, so how much money does Warzone bring in?

It’s no secret that Warzone is a money-making machine for publisher Activision Blizzard (soon to be Microsoft). Free-to-play battle royale games have remained as popular as ever, and Call of Duty: Warzone is one of the biggest there is.

With a new Battle Pass each season and an in-game store full of cosmetics such as Operator skins and weapon Blueprints, Warzone more than makes up for its free-to-play model.

Microsoft announced that they’re set to buy Activision Blizzard for almost $70 billion which begs the question, just how much money does Call of Duty: Warzone make?

How much money has Warzone made?

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There’s no way of knowing how much money Warzone has made overall, but it’s reportedly somewhere in the region of $4 billion across 2020 and 2021.

SuperData, a now-shutdown game market intelligence company, reported that Warzone and Modern Warfare made around $1.93 billion in 2020, and NetBet estimates that Warzone makes around $1.9 billion a year. This puts Warzone’s total earnings across 2020 and 2021 at around $4 billion US Dollars.

Fortnite reportedly makes Epic Games a similar amount, bringing in around $1.8 billion a year, and $4.9 million a day.

How much money does Warzone make in a day?

Warzone players firing weapons in Pacific Caldera

NetBet breaks down Warzone’s earnings even further, reporting that Warzone makes Activision $5.2 million a day, which is over $3,600 a minute.

Social media can give the impression that Warzone is “dying” because of its numerous bugs and glitches, but the numbers tell a completely different story. Players are still purchasing a ton of CoD Points and cosmetic bundles, earning Activision around $60 a second.

This doesn’t even bring Vanguard, Cold War, and CoD: Mobile sales, which will likely bring the amount to be staggeringly higher.


For more Call of Duty, you can check out everything we know about CoD 2022, and whether CoD will stay on PlayStation after Microsoft takes over.

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Warzone hackers bring flying cars to Caldera

Warzone’s infamous flying car exploit is back with a vengeance as hackers revived the hated cheat and brought it to Caldera.

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After first appearing in Verdansk, hackers have brought flying cars to Warzone Pacific with an exploit that is being dubbed the “Harry Potter glitch.”

Although the RICOCHET anti-cheat has weeded out a significant number of hackers, running into players who abuse cheats in Warzone can still occur from time to time. The latest exploit that is running rampant across Warzone Pacific is one that gives vehicles the ability to fly.

Warzone players will be familiar with this particular exploit as it first appeared in Verdansk before players moved to Caldera. Now the flying cars are back to frustrate players who are simply trying to enjoy Warzone as intended.

Warzone Pacific vehicles

After clips of hackers with damage disabled warmed the hearts of Warzone players earlier in the week, it seems the balance has been restored as hackers have found a way to score a point for their team.

To make matters worse, the flying car cheat looks much easier to control this time around. In the previous installment control over the flying vehicle seemed to be an issue but in Caldera, this isn’t the case.

As seen in the video above, a squad of players can easily take down targets from the advantageous position granted by the flying car. When combined with cheats for aiming, the flying car becomes an unstoppable force that makes hackers impossible to kill.

This is the latest issue that is currently making the game unplayable for Warzone players. Luckily, Raven Software were quick to act to remove the previous iteration of flying cars from Warzone.

Although Raven has yet to respond to the new version of this classic exploit, hopefully, a quick fix is in the works so players won’t have to look to the sky in frustration much longer.


For more Warzone Pacific news check out how to turn off crossplay in Vanguard & Warzone Pacific.

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How to stop freezing at Warzone Buy Stations

Warzone players have been getting stuck at Buy Stations since the Pacific update but luckily, there’s an easy fix.

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Warzone players have been repeatedly dying to a Buy Station glitch where the game locks them in place almost every time they open one. Luckily, there’s a simple way to avoid it happening to you.

Although Warzone players have been enjoying Vanguard’s weapons on the brand new map, the constant stream of bugs and glitches has been hampering the experience for many.

One of the most frustrating issues is the Buy Station freeze glitch, where Warzone completely freezes when players attempt to open Buy Station. Usually, Warzone comes back to life after about ten seconds, but sometimes it causes the game to crash completely.

However, there’s a surprisingly simple way to avoid the dreaded Buy Station freeze glitch.

How to avoid Warzone Buy Station freeze on Xbox, PlayStation & PC

Samantha Maxis using Buy Station in Warzone

As discovered by Call of Duty content creator ProReborn, don’t slide into Buy Stations or Loadout Drops as doing so will “crash or freeze your game.”

One player confirmed it worked for them, saying they “figured this out today.” Although there’s no guarantee it will work every time, it’s well worth trying out until Raven Software release an official fix.

It’s a force of habit for Warzone players to slide into Loadout Drops and Buy Stations to open them, but you’ll need to unlearn the habit for the time being as sliding will only get you stuck in place, forcing you to await your doom.

The next major Warzone update will be Season 2, which players are hoping will fix a ton of issues plaguing the game such as invisible skins, players redeploying with their loadout, and Xbox performance issues.

The Buy Station freezing glitch is on their Trello board as “under investigation,” so hopefully they get to the bottom of the issue soon.

You can also check out our ranking of every weapon in Warzone Pacific if you’re looking for the meta picks.

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