A new glitch in the Call of Duty: Warzone gulag has given the old superpowers treatment to one player.
On the clip below, you can see a clip in which a Call of Duty: Warzone player looks out of a building, and sees the red outline of a player slowly moving toward them. Using this strange outline, they’re able to track the movement of the player, and down them as soon as they poke their head out from behind cover.
The player in question spawned into the Gulag, but was immediately greeted with a victory screen, and deployed immediately back into the Warzone, without them having to fire a single bullet or do anything to stay in the game.
Then, when they respawned from the gulag match, it turned out they could see the red outline of the one particular player from the other side of the Verdansk map, giving them a constant hack on their position.
The player theorizes that the opponent’s teammates must’ve completed a Most Wanted Bounty as soon as they were spawned into the Gulag fight, hence why the fight ended straight away and they were redeployed.
The player then goes on to theorize that this glitch we’re seeing play out above is the hangover from the start of the Gulag match, where you can see a red outline of your opponent on the other side of the small arena.