Since launch, Call of Duty: Warzone has seen its fair share of bugs and glitches. From players being able to get inside of walls to the broken ghost perk, fans have seen a range of them ruin games. However, not all bugs are as game breaking and detrimental to your experience. A new Warzone bug is changing the victory cutscene when you and your squad win your match. Usually, winning a match means you are greeted with a reel of the names of players who were in the same game as you. Then, a cutscene takes you up to a helicopter and out of the battlefield. Now, it appears that some players are seeing the familiar final kill cam screen after a Warzone victory.
For multiple years, Call of Duty multiplayer matches have ended showing the final kill cam. This shows the last battle that occurred in the match before it ended. More recently, this has changed to show off the best play in a game of multiplayer.
Where has the victory cutscene gone in Call of Duty: Warzone?
A Warzone player shared a clip on Reddit of the moment they won a match while playing on Rebirth Island. The squad managed to secure the final kills they needed to be crowned champions. However, they quickly realized that the cutscene that players have seen since the game was released was not shown. Instead, the final kill cam played for the entire team to see and the game then ended.
Many players were quick to comment stating that they prefer the final kill cam bug to the Warzone victory helicopter cutscene. The same victory screen has been in the game for almost two years, so it is understandable that fans want to see a change. It will be interesting to see if a fresh cutscene will be added to the highly anticipated Pacific map.