Call of Duty: Warzone Community in Awe of Player Who Dominates in Verdansk with Just one Arm

Published 10/15/2021, 10:41 AM EDT


Call of Duty Warzone is not an easy title to learn, let alone mastering every aspect. This steep learning curve and complex nature of the title attract players from the world over. Anything can happen in the open-world aspect of the Battle Royale that adds another layer of difficulty.

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However, there is one particular player in the community who has managed to gain a significant grasp over the game despite having just one hand. The majority of the fanbase doesn’t have this innate issue and yet this player’s skill will definitely outdo two-handed foes.

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One-handed Call of Duty Warzone has amazed the community

Reddit user u/calcantara908, shared a clip of a one-handed Warzone streamer. The player showcased great control over his gameplay and battled opposing enemies with great skill. It never seemed like he was uncomfortable with his setup, as his impressive skill spoke in volumes about his hard work.

He made use of a controller to play games as a keyboard and mouse wouldn’t be possible to use with just one hand. Managing the aim with his jaw while holding the other end of the console with his hand, the player was able to secure some impressive kills. Playing with one hand is not easy at all, and this player’s gameplay is so fluid that he seems like an everyday high-skill player.

 

 

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One handed player with the skills from CODWarzone

In other news, Call of Duty fans might finally get a chance to experience a hacker-free environment. In a recent announcement, Activision shared a great piece of news about an elaborate anti-cheat system that is being worked on. The new kernel anti-cheat system will go by the name of ‘RICOCHET’ and could be a game-changer. 

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This anti-cheat will deep dive into players’ files in pursuit of malicious files and potential cheats. However, the studio has promised that the system will not be an intrusive application. It will only go live when Call of Duty is being played, allowing the app to scan players’ files and hunt for suspicious behavior. This information will then be used by the developers to hand out elaborate bans. 

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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