Twitch Streamer Blew up Call of Duty: Warzone Server
Twitch streamer MarleyThirteen and 149 of his followers recently dropped in a match of Call of Duty: Warzone with a ceasefire. The players all teamed up to relocate the vehicles scattered around the map to a centralized location, Promenade East, in an effort to explode them all at the same time using cluster strikes. After several failed attempts, the first successful attempt caused the Warzone server to crash. Call of Duty: Warzone is available right now for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
While it’s no shock to see streamers team up with their followers, it’s rare that they get up to server-crashing shenanigans. Upon exploding every vehicle in Verdansk, the Call of Duty: Warzone server crashed which was likely due to the graphical requirements of rendering every explosion in one location at the same time overwhelming the server.
MarleyThirteen and his followers have been trying to mess with the Call of Duty: Warzone servers in various ways lately from giving one player all of the cash in Verdansk and calling in 100 loadouts to varying degrees of success. While they didn’t find success with these attempts at messing with Warzone’s server, it looks like the centralized car explosion accomplished the mission.
“Could we cause a rift in the servers by blowing up every vehicle on the map at once? Well, you better believe we could,” said MarleyThirteen. Are you surprised that car explosions crashed the Call of Duty: Warzone server? Let us know in the comments below!