Call of Duty Warzone has added a third-person spectator mode, but luckily Raven Software has fixed the obvious fair play issues.
Some Warzone players with eagle eyes on Reddit have noticed that you can now see people in the third person after being eliminated in a Warzone match. This offers a much broader perspective of the action, so you can follow the trials and tribulations of any player who has managed to eliminate him.
You’re also free to rotate the camera, so you’re not locked into the same camera perspective as the player you’re watching, meaning you can see their disappearance long before they do. If you enjoy watching the player who knocked you down get his due, a gift awaits you.
The immediate reaction from the Warzone community was that this could be extremely powerful and potentially unfair if you could observe your teammates in the third person to give them additional information about the enemies flanking them, but luckily Raven Software saw this issue coming. You cannot see your teammates in the third person, only enemies.
Since there has been no official announcement from Raven Software about this feature, it has been speculated that it is simply a bug that allows you to jump to third person. This would be a strange bug, given that it is tied to a specific key and can only be used when observing enemies. Previously, there were third-person viewer bugs, but they didn’t have these restrictions, so it looks like this is a feature, not a bug.