Call of Duty Warzone interrogating may cause bug
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Warzone players may want to avoid interrogating until a known bug is fixed

Just thirst your enemies and put them out of their misery.

Interrogating enemies in Call of Duty: Warzone is a useful tactic to locate the enemy team. Like using Caveira in Rainbow Six: Siege, a downed player can be interrogated to reveal their teammates’ location. However, right now, the mechanic is causing a game-breaking bug that’s probably not worth the risk. Better to hold off and find those enemy locations the old fashioned way.

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Interrogating in Warzone can prevent you from swapping weapons

According to a recent post from Call of Duty Updates on Twitter, an issue is under investigation where interrogating downed enemy players can prevent you from swapping weapons. The developer Trello board says the bug is active in Battle Royale, Resurgence, Plunder, and Lockdown game modes. The investigation began on Thursday, March 7.

Until the developers provide an update on the status of this bug, it might be worth not interrogating anyone. Swapping weapons is a rather important ability for many reasons. As such, the few seconds of locating an enemy’s teammates probably isn’t worth the risk. Especially in Battle Royale, where you can’t exactly just die and reset very easily.

In other game modes, like Resurgence, there are better methods of pinging enemies on your radar. For those unaware, killing an enemy in Resurgence game modes automatically pings the rest of their team on your radar for a few seconds. As such, it’s incredibly useful for players who move around and hunt for kills a lot. Flying around Fortune’s Keep in the castle or another close-quarters map is much easier to survive if you know where your dead enemies’ friends are.


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Tim has been playing games for over 25 years and tries to play as many as possible to completion. From FPS games, survival horror, RPGs, and platformers to soulslikes, he likes to dabble in everything. He's also played every Call of Duty title since Call of Duty 2 came out in 2005. His favorite games of all time include Banjo-Kazooie, Gun Star Heroes, Bioshock, God of War Ragnarok, and far too many more to choose.