Call of Duty: Warzone we just removed the helicopters in combat mode, but before that happened, a group of understandable warriors ended the quest no one dared to try: we parked the jeep in the yard.
What is so fascinating and foolish is this kind of deception WarzoneThe chopsticks are not built for airplane trucks – instead, players drive the jeep up on a helicopter and ride passengers on rotor blades.
Reddit post from user BoldWarrior14 shows a Warzone Teams use a helicopter to fly a jeep (called an SUV in-game) to a large stadium. The group uses various tactics to turn this dream into a reality.
The idea is simple: One of our coworkers is a helicopter near the stadium, and the other is driving a jeep on a high rotor. If done correctly – as can be seen in BoldWarrior14's video – the jeep will carefully balance the top of the helicopter. After all, it's just an easy way to fly a helicopter, weighed down by a giant giep, at the top of the stadium.
But there are a lot of practical issues that challenge #TeamMountainGoat, as they call it. First, they have to get close enough to the stadium to get rid of the jeep without crashing in to a helicopter. Next, they should be lucky enough not to be killed by other players in the game – which is a problem that favors a few moments in the video.
When the team managed to overcome the bizarre physics of the game and put on a jeep where the jeep was never meant to be, the applause exploded. There is something wonderful about watching a jeep move freely above the main stadium, and watching it return to earth knowing exactly when #TeamMountainGoat takes it to the edge.
This is not # First TechMountainGoat Rodeo when it comes to lifting heavy vehicles in high places. About a month ago, the group suggested a one-man ATV at the coliseum. But fans want more, as the comment section of this Reddit post already has some users asking for #TeamMountainGoat to suggest Big Bertha – WarzoneGreat, heavy work “A freight truck” – enter the next field. "I may love life more than (Reddit) Karma but we'll see!;)," says BraveWarrior14.
In the meantime, we'll wait, wondering what the heavier thing #TeamMountainGoat will despise physics next.
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