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A hilarious glitch in the new ‘Call of Duty’ game has created a murderous office chair (ATVI)


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A hilarious glitch in the new ‘Call of Duty’ game has created a murderous office chair (ATVI)

The latest “Call of Duty” game is a smash-hit success, and is projected to be the best-selling video game of 2019.With millions of players testing the limits of the new game, some bugs were bound to emerge — and the latest one discovered by a player is fatal.An otherwise unsuspecting office chair has a surprising…

A hilarious glitch in the new ‘Call of Duty’ game has created a murderous office chair (ATVI)

No one would suspect the chair, but it was indeed the murderer.

When a “Call of Duty” player assaulted an unsuspecting office chair during a multiplayer match, they assuredly didn’t expect the chair to hit back — but that’s exactly what happened.

The results, sadly, were fatal. And there’s video evidence to prove it:

You can commit death on the spinny chairs on St. Petrograd from r/modernwarfare

“Call of Duty: Modern Warfare” players will no doubt be familiar with the St. Petrograd map from multiplayer. That’s where the video clip above is pulled from, and the map features the seemingly benign/actually extremely deadly office chairs. 

As you might imagine, the chairs aren’t intended to cause instant death. Instead, it’s a glitch that went undiscovered in the game’s development process. 

The game’s developer, Infinity Ward, has yet to issue a statement regarding the glitch, and the game’s publisher, Activision, didn’t respond immediately to a request for comment.

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For now, if you’re playing “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare” multiplayer, do yourself a favor and stay away from those murderous office chairs.

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