On many occasions, the outcome of a Warzone match comes down to the finest of margins. Whether it’s mistiming a reload or jumping from a rooftop and forgetting to pull the parachute, there are many ways players can miss out on scoring a victory.
As the community continues to drop into Caldera, Rebirth Island, and Fortune’s Keep, players are sharing their worst in-game habits and how they’ve prevented them from becoming the last one standing.
The worst Warzone habits
Thanks to a post from Reddit user “DefunctHunk_COD,” numerous players are sharing their worst in-game traits.
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“If I’m on a roof and getting shot, I’ll jump off of the back of the roof and use a stim mid-fall. However, using a stim stops you from pulling your parachute, so I just fall to my death every time.”
Another user mentions the sudden melee action in a hectic situation. “This drives me nuts,” says one commenter. “How is it that whenever I try to melee the person just backs up a bit and blasts me?”
While some players cite their mechanical abilities, others say their style of play is their worst habit during a Warzone match. “Playing too passive when I should be aggressive,” says “xiDemise.” Sometimes I give my opponents too much respect and second-guessing myself gets me killed.”
Considering the launch of Warzone 2 is on the way, there’s a high chance of the core mechanics changing to tie in with Modern Warfare 2. This means your worst Warzone habits could disappear altogether.
While we attempt to stop slide-cancelling all over the place, be sure to check out our guide showcasing the best Warzone sniper rifle to use in Season 4 Reloaded.