Another day, another game-breaking bug. Players have discovered a way to transfer attachments between different games in Warzone...
Warzone and Vanguard Season 2 brought us a ton of wacky content, from 4-man bomber planes, to secret hatches, and even redeployment balloons. But it also introduced a ton of new bugs and exploits to the game. Now, this is obviously annoying, no-one wants to see flying cars make a comeback. But what if there was an exploit that was shocking easy to do and allowed you to use MW weapons again to compete with the new meta? Surely, that would interest quite a few of you.
The Warzone Attachment Exploit Explained
An exploit has been discovered by players that allows you to put any of the Vanguard Perk 1 attachments on to any weapon in the game, even Black Ops Cold War and Modern Warfare weapons. So you can put Hardscope (a very effective recoil control perk) onto an old Modern Warfare weapon like the M4, for instance, thus, giving it six attachments. Needless to say, it seems like everyone is doing this right now.
Here's the AS44 being shot with Tight Grip, a perk which it wouldn't normally have access to:
A bug has been discovered and recreated in Warzone that allows you to have weapon attachments such as tight grip on weapons that aren't intended to have it.— ModernWarzone (@ModernWarzone) February 28, 2022
This includes weapons from a completely different game (Cold War). #Warzone #Vanguard pic.twitter.com/RwolILCkMi
You can see how outrageously effective this is going to make certain weapons; as you can see above, it somehow makes the AS44 controllable. The only perk this doesn't work for right now is Akimbo, which is upsetting because that would have been hilarious on some weapons.
How Do You Put Attachments On Different Weapons?
We don't like to share exploit guides about Warzone, because the game has enough issues with users playing fairly, but it isn't hard to find. One of the big YouTube content creators for Warzone has done a complete how-to guide on this exploit, maybe start there.
...but you're going to need to be quick if you want to do this exploit yourself, as Raven Software are actively working on a fix. As they recently said themselves:
We are investigating an issue that unintentionally allows Weapon Attachment Perks to be transferred between Weapons.— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) February 28, 2022