Call of Duty: Warzone is one of the most successful installments in the Call of Duty franchise. Millions of players jump into the fictional city of Verdansk every day to fight it out and be the last one left alive. Of course, with many battle royale games, this means jumping into the map from a plane and parachuting safely to the ground. However, some players have discovered that you can use satellite dishes to land without ever deploying a parachute—and the trick is going viral.
It’s no secret that one of the times that you are most vulnerable is when you are slowly gliding down from the sky to try to land on the ground. Players that get the solid ground the fastest will often try to find a way to get easy kills by picking off people who are still working their way down. Because of this, many players wait until the last possible second to deploy their parachute, in an effort to move fast enough to avoid dying in mid-air.
Recently, it’s been discovered that you can land on the map without deploying your chute—if you’re lucky enough, anyway. Redditor u/Thexer0 posted a video of themselves pulling off the maneuver, and suggesting that it can be replicated. However, they are careful to recommend that you attempt the trick at your own risk.
The move involves lining yourself up with one of several mesh satellites that adorn the tops of buildings in Verdansk. If you can manage to hit the satellite just right, you will land beneath it without taking any damage. Of course, on the way down, you will be moving very fast and won’t have much opportunity to change your direction once you’re committed, so you’re going to want to make sure that you have it down just right.
If you can manage to pull it off it’s one of, if not the, fastest way to hit the ground running, so to speak, and get a jump on your opponents. Of course, this is probably not something that’s meant to happen, so it’s possible that this move will eventually be patched and will be unusable. Until that happens, though, feel free to attempt your own parachute-less landing with this trick.
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