New Sniper Rifle Reticle Is Breaking Warzone

Since the global rollout of update 1.34 for Warzone, the start of Season 2 Reloaded has been far from smooth sailing. The return of the attack helicopter has turned players invisible and the now infamous infinite stim glitch has made yet another appearance in the battle royale.

As players continue to express their frustrations surrounding the bugs and glitches that continue to hinder Warzone, a new issue involving one of the many reticles available has been discovered.

The Bullseye reticle is available on all Black Ops Cold War snipers and it appears that the reticle is causing the framerate of Warzone to drop to unplayable levels.

Here's everything we know about the bug and when the issue is likely to be fixed.

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Bullseye Reticle Causing Framerate Issues

The issue was discovered by Reddit user 'eggybread_' who quickly posted a clip of the bug in action.

As the player equips the LW3 - Tundra sniper rifle while in freefall, the framerate of the game drops drastically, eventually causing the player to plummet to the ground without being able to pull the parachute.

Once on the ground, another bizarre occurrence took place. The player was able to change their loadout and fire the weapon which adds another layer of confusion to the issue. When the sniper was removed, the framerate did improve significantly.

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Thanks to the help of the knowledgeable community, the issue stems from the Bullseye reticle for an unknown reason.

When Will It Be Fixed?

With plenty of players experiencing this issue, Raven Software or Activision has yet to comment on the issue meaning a fix for the issue could be a while away.

Until then, the best possible way to avoid the low framerate is to use a different reticle.

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