They would like you to think that war is like Modern Warfare 2 – where everything you do is glorified, your team is always right, and you're surrounded by cool technology, all for the purpose of killing evil people. But the truth is that war is more like Warzone 2 – nothing works properly, you have no idea who is shooting at you, and someone is always making money off of it. Yes, Warzone 2, much like war, is a broken concept, and we're finding new cracks just about every day.
The latest one is more of an exploit rather than a bug, resulting in players picking up the maximum amount of money possible (thanks, GameRant). In a video shared by James – JGOD on Twitter, we can see a player coming across a $500 stack of cash, except that it becomes $1.3 million when they pick it up. That is the maximum amount that players can pick up. It turns out that there is a specific process via which you can get this to happen.
If you happen to spot a cash lying around in Warzone 2's DMZ mode, drop a weapon right next to it. You then have to position yourself in a way that the cash is between the weapon and you; and at an angle that your crosshair is on the weapon, but the interaction UI for the cash pops up (like in the video below). You'll then grab the gun, and for some reason, $1.3 million in cash.
This exploit is still relatively new, so it might take some time till it's fixed. Considering that the developers already have a lot on their plates, it might take some time for them to get around to it. Also, since it's so easy to perform, I doubt there will be too many players complaining about it either.
One of the many things the devs need to fix is the flying boats. Hackers have figured out a way to make boats fly in Warzone 2, and are swooping down upon unsuspecting players with a literal boatload of Operators. However, some of them are even offering rides via proximity chat.
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