One player has captured footage of Call of Duty: Warzone where a nuke crashed into Verdansk and then nothing happened like some sort of cataclysmic event we did expect.
This bug looks so funny after all, you can see in the video that a huge missile heading downward from high-up in the sky before landing on the ground with a loud sound. After the crash, some smoke and dust create a cloud around that area, and then things get back to the normal state instantly. The player was so surprised after seeing the situation.
It’s a glitch that has to be noticed, but it is also a very nice preview of the actual Warzone nuke coming very soon, most probably in a live event, to include major changes to the map. To give an idea of the missile’s size, ModernWarzone has done an excellent job by capturing the incoming missile screen just before it makes contact with the ground.
Now, it remains a big question that what will happen after the real nuke drops. Raven Software has been teasing about the nukes for a while, but still, this is not clear that what exactly it’s gonna bring to the Warzone Season 3 map.
According to a recent leak, the new map will be a Cold War-era Verdansk rather than totally a new map, though this is still not confirmed. The Warzone Season 3 will be released on April 22 or around this time, and then it will be exactly clear the level of devastation those Warzone nukes are carrying.