Call of Duty: Warzone 05 Mar 2021 10:46 AM +00:00

Warzone Player Lures Opponents With Crafty Killstreak Bait

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Season Two of Call of Duty’s popular battle royale, Warzone, is in full swing.

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The new season introduced a wide range of brand-new content to the game, including new Operators to unlock, new weapons to master, and new points of interest located across Verdansk.

Since the release of Warzone, Killstreaks have played an instrumental role in scoring additional kills or revealing the positions of opponents on the map.

One player has taken things up a level and is using them as bait to lure unsuspecting players into an area and taking them down with ease.

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Warzone Killstreak Bait Tactic

Reddit user ‘bloodcorona’ showcased this unorthodox strategy in a recent post.

The trollest bait in Warzone

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r/CODWarzone

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The squad capitalised on a Fire Sale, buying plenty of UAVs, Cluster Strikes, and Precision Airstrikes before gradually moving them from the Buy Station all the way to one of the hangars found in the Boneyard.

With the streaks in position and the players hiding within the rafters of the hangar, the waiting game began.

It didn’t take long for an unsuspecting squad of players to enter the hanger before the squad in the rafters opened fire and scored a wave of quick kills, much to their delight.

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With a variety of strategies and tactics to utilise when playing Warzone, this particular tactic stands out as one of the most innovative.

Clever use of the Fire Sale combined with strong positioning and a little bit of patience was rewarded with a squad wipe and even more than the several killstreaks used as the bait.

Next time you see a huge pile of Killstreaks sitting unattended in a building, think twice about attempting to grab some!

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