Call of Duty: Warzone players have been subjected to rock music on repeat thanks to an annoying new glitch.
Call of Duty: Warzone might be more popular than ever as we barrel toward Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War's release date, but that hasn't stopped another frustrating glitch making the game unplayable for some.
While Warzone is known for getting us pumped up with its epic soundtrack, there are instances you'll want a little peace and quiet so you can focus on the game. Unfortunately, the latest glitch has a roaring soundtrack blasting out of speakers even when Warzone is supposed to be muted.
Previous Warzone glitches have included everything from being able to shoot when falling over, glitching through the floor of the prison, and supply drops getting trapped on the top of helicopter blades. Some glitches are more severe than others, with the music one being more than just a slight annoyance.
Posting on YouTube, Warzone player ToBi aKa NEo showed off the video where loud rock music continues to play even after you've left a vehicle. According to the video, the music volume is set to zero and War Tracks are supposed to be off in vehicles. Other players claim they're also being plagued by a similar problem after their squad has died in a vehicle.
What are Call of Duty: Warzone War Tracks?
Season 5 introduced a new feature where you could play songs in your vehicles. While the first few were just generic background music, there was the introduction of some familiar songs. Alongside Skrillex's "Bangarang" and "Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites", there was also Tiësto and SWACQ's "Party Time", as well as Jack Harlow’s "WHATS POPPIN", DMX’s "Ruff Ryder’s Anthem", and Clipse’s "Grindin".
As a trip down memory lane, developers also added a tonne of familiar soundtracks from past CoD titles. It's unclear whether the latest glitch is part of the musical overhaul, but either way, it's one that seems to be on the rise. A similar glitch was previously reported back in Season 5, and by the looks of it, patches haven't fixed the issue.
The music glitch admittedly isn't as game-breaking as some of the others, but here's hoping devs are aware of the problem and patch it soon. Even though the constant rat-tat-tat of gunfire might not be everyone's taste, surely it's better than music blasting out at full volume and bursting all our eardrums? If heavy-hitting EDM tracks are your jam, it looks like you're in luck.
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