Call of Duty: Warzone 2 Clip Highlights ‘Fortnite’ Strategy

Call of Duty: Warzone 2 Clip Highlights ‘Fortnite’ Strategy

A new Call Of Duty: Warzone 2.0 clip shows off a player’s ability to utilize an item in a way that makes it seem more like they’re playing Fortnite. Fortnite is one of Warzone‘s biggest competitors in the battle royale space, but the building mechanics are unique to Epic Games’ product.

Fortnite and Warzone 2.0 are two somewhat-similar battle royale games that have vastly different approaches to how players go about being the last standing on the map. Victory Royale in Fortnite very much orbits around the player’s ability to build as much as their accuracy or agility. Successful Warzone players tend to invest more into mastering and exploiting the games’ movement mechanics and loadout system. That just makes it all the more interesting when one player chooses to use a largely-neglected CoD item in a way that many would describe as rather Fortnite-like.


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A Reddit clip posted by a user named Maletal shows off a clip where the player is cleverly using the Deployable Cover item in Warzone almost like a wall can be used in Fortnite. The player will plant the Deployable Cover down quickly at the beginning of an engagement and then quickly maneuver around the cover to avoid as many bullets as possible and then drop the enemy. This is a fairly non-standard use of this item in the game, as most players wouldn’t even dare attempt wasting precious time during an engagement to plant the Deployable Cover down.

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Some are definitely skeptical about how actually viable the Deployable Cover is when used like this. One of the top replies on the Reddit thread mentions that the poster probably died multiple times for the 5 successful attempts shown off at utilizing this strategy. The poster even admits in the replies that a compilation of every failed attempt at this strategy would be 20 minutes long. It’s unlikely that Deployable Cover will factor into Warzone 2.0‘s best loadouts anytime soon.

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The Deployable Cover may not go on to be part of the Warzone 2.0 meta, even after a clip like this, but it does showcase how any player with a good idea and a willingness to experiment can get a good clip with basically any item in the game. Call Of Duty: Warzone 2.0 may not be the most balanced game in the world, but it provides players with a lot of different options for approaching different situations. It can be easy to slip into only using the most broken weapons and items to go for the easy win, but it can be a lot more fun to see what happens when unorthodox methods are tried out.

Call of Duty: Warzone 2 is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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