A YouTuber has done an extremely odd experiment in Call of Duty: Warzone. So what happens during a match of Warzone when you call in 100 loadouts drops at the same time? Well, it looks like that game doesn’t seem to like it too much.
Loadout drops are large crates that fall from sky in Warzone, containing pre-made weapon loadouts. They spawn randomly or can be called in by players who purchase them from a buy station. It’s unclear how long it took for these folks at YouTube channel DefendTheHouse to get 100 players to get enough money to buy a loadout drop, but it must have been an insane amount of time.
The end result was a massive pile of crates. Of course, after each crate had landed players began calling in airstrikes and blowing holes into each other.
While the people filming clearly thought dropping 100 loadout crates was a good time, the game didn’t seem to think so. Once they all hit the ground, some of the crates started to flash in and out of existence, which proves the game can’t really handle that many drops.
The video from DefendTheHouse is the latest in its Call of Duty: Warzone Mythbusters series. Among other myths tested were whether you could destroy an attack helicopter using only ballistic knives or if a trophy system could destroy a drop marker.