It hasn't been two days yet, but exploiters gonna exploit. In Call of Duty: Warzone, players have found a way to win games by infinitely reviving each other in the gas.
All players have to do is keep reviving each other in the final circles. You don't have to go out and fight and shoot people. Just revive your partner and hope that he'll revive you. If he does, then you can infinitely revive each other until everyone else is dead or your party becomes bored.
However, it isn't quite as easy as just reviving each other endlessly. The Tune Up perk should be equipped, which speeds up the revival time by 25 per cent. It can be done without the perk, but apparently it's a lot harder without it, especially later on in the game when you don't have as much time to revive your partner.
The good folks at Eurogamer gave it a try, and found that they couldn't replicate the exploit without the perk, eventually stating that it's only realistically viable with the perk.
Call of Duty: Warzone is available now for free on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC with over 6 million players having partaken in the game in the first 24 hours.
That's a pretty funny glitch, actually. If I was in the mood to download 100 GB worth of data I'd definitely get a buddy and try it. This should be fixed very soon, and if not then Warzone is going to be overrun with people doing this in the gas. It's pretty ironic that the gas is safer than the actual warzone itself, eh?