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A Call of Duty player accidentally found a third-person mode that's way too different
In a weird twist of FPS fate , Call of Duty : A Call of Duty player accidentally discovered a third-person mode during a match of Spec Ops. The user posted their discovery to the Call of Duty : Warzone subreddit on friday in a short clip demonstrating the strange function of third-person camera.
The player said , the player have to play the game in the view at an overhead perspective as a traditional spectator camera would . When they aim, the camera responds like a third person shooter by zooming in over-the-shoulder. The aiming reticle was missing as well.
The player was not expecting such third-person view in Call of Duty. For a game which is mainly meant to be seen from first-person perspective, character animations and models hold up remarkably well up close. It's kind of looks like PubG.
Regardless of its origins—if it's a relic of how spectating works in Spec Ops mode, or possibly some scrapped third-person option—I'm curious to know if this could be adapted to a mode that a lot more people actually enjoy, like Warzone. I'd love to know how a Warzone match would feel with third-person considerations like corner-peeking. Infinity Ward is always trying weird new variants to mix up its battle royale mode, so why not third-person? The powers that be should make it happen.
It certainly wouldn't be the first time. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 had an official third-person playlist in 2009 that supported multiple game modes. It was janky and unnatural, but a fun distraction after your fifteenth team deathmatch of the day. An official third-person Warzone mode could work for the same reasons.
They said in the comments that triggering the bug was an accident. They also explained how it happened, and it doesn't sound too hard to replicate. Apparently, all it took was a teammate leaving the match while one was reviving them. Sounds like the game got confused and just left the camera panned out and nothing else.