Call of Duty: Warzone removes vehicles due to game-breaking glitch

Modern Warfare & Warzone Playlist Update September 5 Rolled Out

Modern Warfare & Warzone Playlist Update September 5 Rolled Out

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Those wondering why this has happened, it's due to a game-breaking glitch that once triggered, would kick players into the lobby!

These problems will undoubtedly be fixed shortly, and players will have a way to drive vehicles again in Call of Duty: Warzone, a casino game that will also be part of this year's Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.

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Infinity Ward have flipped the perspex lid and slammed both fists down on the bright red panic button, issuing an update across all platforms that removes every vehicle from the game entirely. Playlist updates for Call of Duty are generally released during the week and not over the weekend. This glitch can not be done with a vehicle (via ModernWarzone), hence it got taken out ASAP in an emergency update.

In the meantime, check out our Warzone buy stations, best Warzone guns, and Warzone contracts guides to get the most out of the game while you're waiting for its sets of wheels and rotors to return.

Vehicles will likely return as soon as Infinity Ward fixes the bug, however, so don't expect to be running across large areas for much longer.

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