Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has been available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC since last month, but players are still learning how to make some incredible new things in the game. For example, you can turn off a UAV with a maintenance package. You have to be the luckiest person in the world, but you can do it. When one player joined Reddit, he recently shared a short gameplay clip in which he fired an anti-aircraft missile atop a UAV to be blocked by a sky-falling care package. But instead of exploding, the care package was flown directly into the UAV, which then blew itself up. Not really. Whether this happens, who knows, but even a developer of Infinity Ward was blown away in the comments, and it's not a good gameplay feature to blow up UAVs with care packages on the Reddit side of the game, and that's about to happen Quite the craziest thing the site has seen since launching the game.
A new way to destroy a UAV. from r / modernwarfare
Blasting UAVs with care packages is not the only thing players have recently discovered. One player also found out that ATVs on the roof of a skyscraper are deadly. Right, off-road vehicles are not only a means of transportation, but also incredibly advanced, lethal weapons that snipers can use.
Stay tactical kids by r / modernwarfare
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