23 Sep 2021 11:31 AM +00:00

Warzone Pros Uncover Pay-to-Win Bullfrog Blueprint

As Season 5 Reloaded of Warzone begins to wind down and attention starts to turn towards the launch of Season 6, the competitive scene continues to thrive, with several high-stakes tournaments taking place on what seems like a daily basis. During the Z&Z tournament that took place on September 21st, popular Warzone streamer ZLaner showcased a bugged Bullfrog blueprint that completely ruins audio cues.

Warzone is a free-to-play game and the only way to access the Aquaria blueprint is by purchasing a bundle, meaning this particular Bullfrog build is another example of a pay-to-win blueprint negatively impacting the battle royale, much to the annoyance of the community.

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Warzone Bullfrog Aquaria Blueprint Bug

Warzone Aquaria Blueprint
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This isn't the first occasion of players managing to discover a blueprint that can give players an advantage that can only be obtained by spending some COD Points. The bug modifies audio in such a way where it sounds like players are being shot from every angle imaginable. ZLaner demonstrated the glitch in action while playing alongside the two-time Dr Disrespect.

"Oh my god, now way!" the Doc exclaimed. "It sounds like it's all around you," ZLaner replied. The blueprint quickly became a hot topic of conversation within the competitive Warzone scene after exzachht was almost disqualified from a tournament when using it.

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Thankfully, the player avoided any kind of disqualification but it has bought the Aquaria blueprint into the limelight. Considering the competitive advantage that the blueprint possesses, it's highly likely that it won't be featuring in custom lobbies anytime soon.

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When Will It Be Fixed?

Warzone Aquaria Bullfrog Blueprint
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It's currently unclear as to when Raven Software will be addressing this hugely annoying issue but with plenty of backlash emerging from the community, it's likely that the bug will be fixed sooner rather than later which is hugely positive.