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A Call of Duty: Warzone player has made his way into Rebirth Island’s Golden Vault

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A Call of Duty: Warzone player has sneaked his way into Rebirth Island’s Golden Vault.

The Mysterious Vault was added during March’s Season Two Reloaded update and was teased to open soon, but one impatient player has now managed to pry their way inside.

As reported by DualShockers, Twitter user @BobNetworkUK uploaded a video of the glitch (below) showing another player essentially pushing her through the vault door with a jeep.

Aside from its locked doors, the vault appears to be fully functional as it is full of loot crates that open as usual. However, the dropped weapons are useless as there is no way to get back into the main map.

The previously mysterious doors were supposed to be unlocked once Infinity Ward had performed the “Golden Vaults Mystery” as a reward in their current Rebirth Reinforced event.

Rebirth Island, the smaller Warzone map, underwent a major overhaul last month, changing several points of interest and adding a brand new one, Dock.

Three game modes have also been revamped: Resurgence got a solo mode, Payload became a 12v12 battle, and Plunder returned with guaranteed cash drops.

A range of new weapons, camouflages and skins have also been added, including a playable Snoop Dog operator.

In our 7/10 review of the pre-release, IGN said, “The Call of Duty: Warzone beta remains consistently entertaining, despite serious concessions to depth made in the name of instant gratification.”

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who occasionally thinks about tweeting @thelastdinsdale. He’ll be talking about The Witcher all day.

https://www.ign.com/articles/call-of-duty-warzone-glitch-into-rebirth-island-golden-vault A Call of Duty: Warzone player has made his way into Rebirth Island’s Golden Vault

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