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Warzone 2 player gets 0 kill win by playing as Uber driver

Kate Harrold

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Warzone 2 player gets 0 kill win by playing as Uber driver

Featured Image Credit: Activision, Bre Eazyy via Twitter

Following the hugely successful launch of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, there were high expectations when it came to last week’s release of Warzone 2.0 but Activision certainly don’t need to worry. Warzone 2.0 has gone down exceptionally well. The new DMZ mode doesn’t quite rival Escape From Tarkov in the way that some were hoping, but fans are enjoying it nonetheless.

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There’s also the new tactical nuke and third-person mode. The real star of the show though is the proximity chat. The internet is already full of entertaining clips showing the feature in action but today I bring you a very funny story. One Warzone 2.0 player has achieved a zero kill win by playing as an Uber driver. Allow me to explain.

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Twitter user Bre Eazyy shared the feat online and whilst playing as an Uber driver may sound weird, it’s exactly what it sounds like. Bre patrolled the streets of Al Mazrah using proximity chat to offer fellow players a ride. Quite literally, Bre would pick up other players and drop them off at their intended destination. All whilst this was going on, the remaining players continued taking one another out.

Eventually, only Bre and one other player remained. How did the user achieve a no kill win, I hear ye ask? As reported by Dexerto, the remaining enemy couldn’t keep up with Bre’s vehicle and ended up dying inside the storm. Take a look at Bre in action below.

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That was a close call. In other Warzone 2.0 news, players are being encouraged to change one important setting. Having trouble looting without getting taken out? Thankfully, you can just change the ‘contextual tap’ option to save yourself some valuable time when looting. You’re welcome.

Topics: Call Of Duty, Call Of Duty Warzone, Activision

Kate Harrold
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