Call of Duty: Warzone features two ultra-competitive game modes that millions of players love dropping into. Now, players have discussed if they prefer the satisfaction of winning battle royale or Rebirth Island.
There’s an underlying belief that wins in Rebirth Island are not ‘legitimate’ wins, and don’t really count as a Warzone Victory. But to some, it requires more skill, it’s more exciting, and should be Warzone’s de facto game mode.
This particular debate has been raised on social media, and it’s got Call of Duty: Warzone players wondering what the most satisfying experience is in Season 4.
lmaorichie is the user in question that stoked the initial fire, saying: “My friends and I took a 2-3 week hiatus from the game and have now come back to only playing Resurgence. Proper enjoying it, usually get a few wins every day and able to fry lobbies with 10-15 kills.
“Tried one game of Verdansk to lose to absolute nonsense and honestly not even gonna be arsed until they fix the hacker problem, the server problems, the exploits, the insane number of dead silence drops, etc. Stick to Rebirth people!”
It’s no secret that Warzone’s main battle royale mode is at the heart and center of pro tournaments and is generally the main source of gameplay for streamers. Yet it receives daily complaints about its various glitches: duplicated loadouts and invincibility-causing God Mode glitches.
But the fact is that Rebirth is also privy to glitches and hacking, with Rebirth Island recently ruining one of JGOD’s games with an invisibility glitch.
One of the top replies says: “I tried Rebirth before, and I don’t get the same satisfaction when playing Verdansk. Rebirth is fun, but only for a while. Gets boring after some games. Winning in Verdansk is more satisfying.”
A counterargument to this was: “For sure a verdansk win feels better, but the ends don’t always justify the means and that’s why I like Rebirth. The game itself is fun, even if the wins aren’t as exciting. And sometimes they’re still an adrenaline blast when it’s 1v1 or 1v2 end game.”
It’s fair to say that both Verdansk’s battle royale and Rebirth Island both have pros and cons, so why not contact us on our Charlie INTEL Facebook page or Charlie INTEL Twitter, and we can see where you side!
Warzone’s demon gun glitch is back with a vengeance in Season 3
Warzone’s infamous demon gun glitch has returned to ruin games for players in Season 3, and this time it’s back with a vengeance.
Warzone’s demon gun glitch is making a return in Season 3, and players will have to contend with one of the worst iterations of the glitch we’ve seen to date.
Longtime Warzone players will be familiar with Warzone’s demon gun glitch as it never fails to pop up from time to time. The glitch occurs randomly and affects players’ visibility by blocking their screens with monstrous textures.
While the demon gun glitch has been dormant for a while, it has now reemerged with a vengeance in Warzone Season 3. Players will be hoping to avoid this iteration of the demon gun glitch as a strange twist makes it different than the traditional version.
The demon gun glitch has always been one of the most game-breaking glitches that players can encounter. When it occurs, players are helpless and cannot get rid of the visual glitch, and you’re basically stuck with it until you die.
Having the majority of your screen obscured by massive blocks of broken textures means that your match is likely over before it even begins. We’ve seen moments where players blind fire and luckily come out with a kill, but the majority of gamers suffer helpless Warzone deaths.
This time, a video posted to the Warzone subreddit by OowlwoO proves that the demon gun glitch is back and breaking the game in Season 3.
The player is simply attempting to grab a custom loadout, but it all goes wrong as a different version of the demon gun glitch appears. This time the visual glitch doesn’t appear on the player’s weapon.
It seems like the visual glitch is surrounding an enemy player in a “blob” of broken textures. To make matters worse, when the player in the clip is downed, their game crashes and they are booted back to the Warzone menu. If the glitch is kicking players from games, this is quite the troublesome version that players will have to deal with.
Players in the comments explained that this iteration seems to be a version of the demon gun glitch that affects the player model instead of weapons, “He didn’t render correctly, this used to be fairly common its similar to the gun render issue, our squad used to get this same thing, you just gotta shoot the middle of it and hope it dies.”
For more Warzone content, check out how to complete Warzone Operation Monarch challenges or how Warzone Pacific’s BAR is the most underrated AR for Caldera in Season 3.
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Best C58 loadout for CoD: Warzone Pacific Season 3
The C58 Assault Rifle is a solid gun in Warzone Pacific Season 3, and here’s how you can make the best Warzone C58 loadout.
The C58 is one of Warzone Pacific’s best Assault Rifles and you can make it even deadlier with the right attachments Perks, and equipment for the best Warzone Pacific C58 loadout in Season 3.
The C58 is one of the best Assault Rifles in Warzone Pacific Season 3, thanks to its low fire rate and high damage per shot which allow it to shred through your opponents’ armor and health.
You might face some trouble with the weapon’s recoil, but it can still be extremely lethal in combat after you equip the right selection of attachments, Perks, and equipment.
Here’s the best C58 loadout in Warzone Pacific Season 3.
- Best Warzone C58 loadout attachments
- Best Warzone C58 Perks & equipment
- How to unlock C58 in Warzone Pacific
- Best alternatives to Warzone C58
Best Warzone C58 loadout
Best Warzone C58 loadout attachments
- Muzzle: Agency Suppressor
- Barrel: 18.5″ Task Force
- Underbarrel: Field Agent Grip
- Ammunition: 45 Round Drum
- Optic: Axial Arms 3x
We’ll start off this Warzone loadout with the Agency Suppressor muzzle and 18.5″ Task Force barrel for the buffs they provide to vertical recoil control, bullet velocity, and effective damage range.
The Field Agent Grip helps further control recoil, and you can take advantage of the C58’s improved accuracy by equipping the Axial Arms 3x optic to pick off enemies from a distance in medium-range combat.
Finally, we’ll cap off this loadout by equipping the 45 Round Drum to ensure that you have enough ammo to take out all of your enemies in battle.
Best Warzone C58 Perks & Equipment
- Perk 1: E.O.D
- Perk 2: Overkill
- Perk 3: Amped
- Tactical: Stun
- Lethal: Semtex
In terms of perks, we suggest sticking with E.O.D to deal with explosives that enemies are likely to throw at you, helping you to take less damage. You can pick Overkill to pair the weapon with an SMG like the Welgun.
For our final Perk, we went with Amped so that switching between both weapons becomes instantaneous. Finally, the Semtex and Stun equipment combo will help dish out additional damage to your foes.
How to unlock the C58 in Warzone Pacific
In order to acquire the C58, players can unlock the C58 for free by completing a challenge:
- Black Ops Cold War Multiplayer/ Warzone: Using Assault Rifles, get a Long Shot kill in 15 different completed matches.
- Cold War Zombies: Using Assault Rifles, kill 50 Special enemies that are slowed by your LT53 Kazimir portal
This is easy to do in Warzone Pacific where many fights are decided at range. We recommend the Automaton for this challenge, as its low recoil makes it easy to beam enemies at range.
Best alternatives to Warzone C58
If you’re looking for an alternative to the best C58 loadout, then we recommend using the CR-56 AMAX which boasts an impressive amount of damage and range. The XM4 is the best Assault Rifle in the game following the buff it got in the May 4 update.
For more Warzone, take a look at JGOD’s explanation for why Warzone players should not use Heartbeat Sensors in Season 3 as well as our guide on completing Warzone Operation Monarch challenges.
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Genius Warzone Operation Monarch trick immediately refills health & armor
There is a clever trick that you can use to instantly replenish health and shields in the Warzone Godzilla vs Kong Operation Monarch event.
Warzone players have discovered a clever healing trick that allows them to quickly regenerate their health and armor in the Operation Monarch event.
Warzone Pacific Season 3’s Godzilla vs Kong event brought a plethora of new content for players to enjoy, including the new Operation Monarch LTM, S.C.R.E.A.M. Device killstreak, as well as Godzilla, Kong, and Mechagodzilla Operator bundles.
This event grants you the opportunity to quickly level up weapons while earning free rewards, and players have found a useful trick that allows them to quickly fill up health and shields in Operation Monarch.
How to fill health and shields in Warzone’s Operation Monarch
You can battle Godzilla and Kong during the Warzone Operation Monarch event, and players have found that dealing damage to these monsters can instantly regenerate your health and shields.
Here’s what you need to do:
- Hop into a game of Warzone during Operation Monarch
- Find Godzilla or Kong
- Fire at them until your health and shields regenerate
This trick will help you out during tough times when your health and armor plating have been almost completely depleted. Reddit user ‘Similar-Arugula-7854’ showed this in action in the Warzone subreddit.
While this seems like a promising trick that will help when you’re overwhelmed in battle, it’s worth keeping in mind that Godzilla and Kong can both be dangerous, especially after entering the Titan Frenzy phase.
For that reason, we recommend keeping your distance and shooting at them with long-range weapons. You can also replenish health by picking up Monarch Intel from the dead bodies of your enemies.
Image credits: Raven Software
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