Basically, everyone can play Call of Duty: Warzone as they want and with skill many can do what others find impossible. A few golden rules apply to everyone.

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In a Reddit clip, a streamer shows two important basic rules for Call of Duty: Warzone. He learns it himself painfully, but doesn't deserve it any other way.

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The first rule applies to most situations in video games and actually in life, if you misbehave, you often get it back. "Karma is a bitch" sums it up pretty well. Streamer Webzy is actually doing a good game and outnumbering the last two teams. After eliminating the last two opponents, however, he does not immediately secure victory.

He goes to the last opponent and starts teabagging this. What happens next is karma:

It comes, as it must, the opponent can revive himself and kills Webzy because he would rather make fun of him than win. This brings us to the second rule: Always think about the Revive Kits.

It happens almost regularly in Warzone that players shoot someone who is incapacitated and do not think that they can bring themselves back. Therefore: always nice to confirm the kill. Of course, that only applies if I don't put you in danger myself.

As luck would have it, you can also enjoy the scene from a different perspective:

Webzy has certainly learned his lesson, his teammates, who laugh at him audibly in the clip, will probably make an effort not to forget it too quickly.

Has karma caught up with you in Call of Duty: Warzone? Or have you been able to get away from such a situation with a win because your opponent was not careful?

Daniel Hartmann
Daniel Hartmann, GIGA expert for FPS, e-sports, streaming culture and mass effect.

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