Warzone 2 Streamer Manages To Get The "First Ever" Al Mazrah Nuke
The popular content creator known as Wagnificent has just posted the “first ever” footage of the Al Mazrah nuclear bomb exploding in Warzone 2, confirming the long held suspicion among players that nukes are actually in the game. Wagnificent is described as a “five time Warzone world record holder” and can frequently be found streaming on YouTube.
Wagnificent posted a short video earlier this week on Twitter that shows a player standing in a small room waiting for the explosion to occur. The player fires a pistol before the screen turns orange and yellow, prompting shouts of delight and remarks along the lines of “let's go” and “oh, my god” from fans and followers in the background. The streamer can then be heard saying “we're the first in the world, baby!"
How precisely Wagnificent managed to detonate the nuke in Warzone 2 remains unclear for the time being, but now that players are aware of the possibility, someone is likely to figure out the exact sequence of events. Rumors have been swirling around for some time now that a special contract which rarely spawns and is "extremely difficult to complete” could be the solution to this problem.
This comes in the wake of news that Warzone 2 has been asking players to purchase Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 if they want to continue playing the game, something which has left fans of the franchise in a state of utter disbelief.
Players have been taking to social media platforms like Twitter and especially Reddit to express their discontent over the matter. "Since yesterday, I played probably around six Warzone 2 matches with no problem (finished my last match a few minutes ago). Now, when I try to play it, when I click Battle Royale Solos, I get the ‘Purchase Modern Warfare 2 to have access to everything’ window (I've also tried the other battle royale variants with the same result). I've restarted the game and my PC, but that didn't help,” the user on Reddit going by the name of Unf0cused for example noted.
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