Warzone player notices frightening “paranormal activity” in prison
Call of Duty: Warzone fans discover a case of poltergeist activity as items in Verdansk move on their own without any player involvement.
Call of Duty: War Zone is filled with weird bugs, interesting glitches, and unique hidden secrets. While many times fans claim to find a new Easter Egg, it can often be a simple case of a misunderstood bug. However, that didn’t stop one fan from announcing his sighting of ghost activity in Call of Duty: Warzone’s Jail.
Paranormal activity, in general, is best described as objects moving with no known cause. While many films suggest the presence of ghosts, it tends to become a more common occurrence in digital environments. Call of Duty: War Zone has several map issues involving in-game mesh, and at times this causes weird interactions with in-game items.
In a post on Reddit from regularmaaz, the player spotted “paranormal activity” appearing around a box inside the prison. In the clip, a paper storage box is seen on the floor circling around with no obvious cause. The player observes the box for several minutes before pulling it several times, but this does not stop its momentum to spin. If anything, the shot accelerated, its rotation counterclockwise. While this is probably not caused by a ghost, it does show an interesting bug between Call of Duty: Warzone’s mesh and paper storage box.
The title is probably a reference to the film Paranormal activity, in which objects in a person’s house are thrown by a ghost. Poltergeist activity often involves objects moving on their own, and a counterclockwise rotation would be a very haunting thing to grasp in action. Although it is not a Call of Duty: War Zone Easter Egg, this box offers a bit of fun between shooter and tactics in Verdansk.
In the comments, one player quotes the popular song “You Spin Me Round” by Dead or Alive in reference to the spinning box. A second fan continues the lyrics, but the series dies there, with only part of the song lingering in the comments section. This is just another example of Call of Duty: War Zone fans find their own enjoyment in Verdansk outside of the game’s objectives.
While Call of Duty: Warzone’s the community has been under stress recently and this clip provides a much needed lightheartedness among the serious issues. With lawsuits, hackers, and many other issues bringing the game down, many fans are leaving War zone. However, there is still some fun exploring the map and finding some weird interactions between the game’s assets.
Call of Duty: War Zone is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X / S.
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