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Warzone Pacific devs lower Caldera’s player count in surprise update

Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific developers Raven Software have lowered the player count on Caldera Trios, Quads, and more.



Warzone players fighting in Caldera Gulag

Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific developers Raven Software have officially lowered Caldera’s player count in order to prevent a bug causing players to disconnect from matches.

Warzone Pacific has been suffering from many bugs and glitches over the festive period, including players being able to redeploy with their weapons and Perks. However, players have been suffering from disconnects, preventing them from playing the game. 

Raven Software released a temporary solution on December 29, officially lowering the number of players on Caldera. 

Warzone Pacific Caldera Mines POI

Players began to notice that Caldera’s player count had been reduced from 150 to 140 on December 29. It turns out that this wasn’t an accidental change, as Raven Software announced it on their Trello board

Raven Software added a card to their Caldera Issues Trello column on December 29, announcing that the “Max Player count has been reduced to help mitigate issues causing Players to disconnect from matches” in Core Modes. 

As pointed out by YouTuber JGOD, here are all of the lobby sizes following the change: 

  • Vanguard Quads: 152
  • BR Quads, Duos, and Solos: 140 
  • BR Trios: 138

Although the change isn’t too drastic, it remains to be seen how lowering the player count by ten players will affect gameplay.

When will Warzone Caldera’s player count increase again?

Warzone players firing weapons in Pacific Caldera

There’s no way of knowing when Caldera’s player count may increase again, as Raven Software first need to iron out the issue that’s causing disconnects. 

The majority of the dev team are on holiday break, so it’s likely that the issue will be fixed once they return after New Year. We expect there to be a large update incoming, as invisible skins and broken Shotguns have been swarming Caldera. 

You can also check out when we expect Krampus to finally leave Warzone and Vanguard. 

Image Credit: Activision

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“Busted” Warzone Einhorn Revolving loadout is the most broken Shotgun ever

Warzone’s Einhorn Revolving Shotgun has been called the most broken Shotgun loadout to ever hit the game thanks to its incredible range.



Einhorn Revolving in CoD Warzone Pacific

A new Warzone Shotgun loadout is tearing through Caldera, being able to two-shot enemies at incredible range. It has been called the “most broken” Shotgun Warzone has ever seen, so here’s how to build it yourself. 

Shotguns are blasting their way into Warzone’s meta with the Double Barrel Shotgun being called “the most broken weapon in the game right now.” However, another Shotgun has come to take its crown, with Vanguard’s Einhorn Revolving being called the most broken Shotgun Warzone has ever seen. 

With the right build, the Einhorn can two-shot players up to 23 meters, so here’s how to build it for yourself. 

“Most broken” Warzone Einhorn Revolving loadout

Most broken Einhorn Revolving loadout
  • Muzzle: M97 Full Choke
  • Barrel: Klauser 710mm 02B
  • Optic: Medium Iron Sights
  • Stock: VDD Hunter
  • Underbarrel: Mark VI Skeletal
  • Magazine: Birdshot 5 Round Cylinder 
  • Ammunition: Incendiary
  • Rear Grip: Leather Grip
  • Perk: Gung-Ho
  • Perk 2: Quick

Warzone YouTuber Elgoomtaf discovered the loadout and said that it’s probably “the most broken actual Shotgun the game has ever seen,” with it being even worse than the ‘doof doof’ fire R9-0 meta

The Einhorn Revolving is capable of two-shotting players up to 23 meters, which makes it even stronger than the best SMGs. The first shot rips off the player’s armor, and then the second will deal the killing blow – but only if you aim down sights. 

First, you want to equip the M97 Full Choke and Klauser 710mm 02B, as these vastly increase its damage range, making it contend with SMGs up close. 

But then, using the Incendiary rounds and the Birdshot 5 Round Cylinder combined are what transform it into the broken Shotgun that’ll soon be dominating Caldera. Elgomootaf said that “all logic goes out the window,” and it now two-shots players up to 23 meters – which is an incredibly long distance for a Shotgun. 

The loadout is now doing the rounds on social media because of a clip of the Shotgun wiping a four-man squad in only four shots. Warzone pro ZLaner called it “busted,” so we expect it to start dominating Caldera now it’s been revealed. 

Elgoomtaf said that the gun will probably get a nerf soon, as it’s way more powerful than it should be. 

You can also check out the game-breaking pay-to-win Warzone glitch that allows players to redeploy with their full loadout. 

Image Credit: Activision / Elgoomtaf

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Warzone’s game-ruining demon gun glitch hits Halo Infinite

Halo Infinite is now being plagued by Warzone’s demon gun glitch that covers weapons and players in a huge, horrifying shape.



Demon gun glitch in Halo Infinite

Warzone has been plagued by a demon gun glitch that completely covers weapons and players making it impossible to see, and it’s now ruining games of Halo Infinite too. 

Call of Duty: Warzone players know the demon gun glitch all too well as it completely hides weapons and player models behind a horrifying mess of broken code. It disappeared from Warzone for months but returned after the Warzone Pacific Season 1 update

Now, the demon gun glitch has made an unwelcome arrival in Halo Infinite, where it’s ruining matches. 

Halo Infinite has been praised for its extremely smooth and relatively bug-free surprise launch, but players are in for a nasty surprise now that the demon gun glitch has arrived. 

Twitter user ‘IDasHHH_’ uploaded the footage proving that the glitch is now breaking Halo. In the clip uploaded to Twitter, we can see several Spartans are completely hidden by the demon glitch’s polygons. 

Then they uploaded a clip showing how it ruins gameplay too. In this second clip, we can see the enemy they’re fighting is completely hidden behind the jagged mess. They still manage to hit a Perfect shot with the Shock Rifle, though. 

How to fix demon gun glitch in Halo Infinite 

While this glitch has been plaguing Warzone, some users have suggested that it’s an issue related to graphics drivers, rather than Halo Infinite itself. Twitter user Uzis said that “updating drivers usually fixes it, or wait for a driver patch, etc.” 

Here’s how to update your graphics drivers.

How to update NVIDIA graphics driver

If you have an NVIDIA graphics card, the GeForce experience app will handle this for you.

  1. Download GeForce experience through
  2. Open GeForce experience
  3. Select the ‘Drivers’ tab
  4. Click ‘check for updates’ in the upper right corner
  5. If an update is available, follow the steps

How to update AMD graphics driver

If you have an AMD GPU, you can use the Radeon Settings to update your drivers.

  1. Right-click on your desktop
  2. Select AMD Radeon Settings
  3. Click on the Home icon
  4. Click ‘New Updates’ on the bottom left
  5. Select ‘check for update’
  6. If an update is available, follow the steps

Whether it’s an issue in Halo Infinite or a driver issue remains to be seen. 343 Industries haven’t responded yet, but we expect this to be on their list of priorities once they return to work after the holidays. 

You can also check out the five things Halo Infinite needs in 2022.

Image Credit: 343 Industries / IDasHHH_

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Game-breaking pay-to-win Warzone glitch lets you keep weapons & Perks after death

A bizarre pay-to-win Warzone glitch is allowing players to redeploy with their weapons and Perks still equipped.



Warzone flaming throwing knife

There is reportedly a game-breaking pay-to-win Warzone glitch where you can keep your loadout weapons and Perks after you redeploy.

Warzone has seen its fair share of game-breaking glitches over its lifetime including god mode glitches and the Vanguard Battle Pass Tier 100 skin turning players invisible.

Now, a new pay-to-win glitch appears to allow players who have died to redeploy with their weapons and Perks, giving them a distinct advantage over their opponents. 

Electric throwing knife in CoD Warzone

Call of Duty leaker TheGhostOfHope appears to be the first person to discover the glitch, claiming that if you put the Flaming Throwing Knife, EHV Throwing Knife, or Phlebotomist Throwing Knife in your loadout, “you get to come back with your guns and perks after dying.”

They later gave an update, saying that you only come back with your Primary weapon, so make sure that the gun you want to hold onto is in the first slot.  

This has been branded pay-to-win by players in the comments, as these pieces of Lethal Equipment can only be purchased through the Store. However, TheGhostOfHope said they could use them even though they haven’t bought them. 

Usually, the punishment for dying is that you need to find weapons and cash again to regain, but now you’re good to go the second you come back. Since this glitch has now been found, we expect it to become much more widespread over the coming days. 

This is only one of a number of glitches that Raven Software will be quick to fix once they’re back from their holiday break. Currently, the Double Barrel Shotgun gives players extremely easy kills, and stacking XP Tokens on Rebirth Island allows weapons to be leveled up in only “30 minutes.” 

For more Warzone content, you can check out when the Festive Fervor event ends and Krampus leaves Caldera for good.

Image Credit: Activision 

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