Mercy is alive, it looks like we have a convoy.
Call of Duty Warzone’s the current solo meta became dominated by players moving around trucks, also known as the Great Berthasi. These large trucks suffer a lot of damage to stop and can run over players, killing them instantly. They have become so popular that some matches end with three, four or even five trucks towing around.
As noted by Eurogamer,, Warzone’s meta became heavily distorted to players moving around in large, hard-to-destroy trucks. Although these trucks are not new and players have been using them for months, things have been reviewedit seems a little getting out of control.
Players complain about individual matches almost always ending with at least a few big Bertas rolling around. Others point out that at the beginning of most matches you will see players parachuting straight to one of these large, powerful trucks. As trucks are not too difficult to find and can be used as a portable cover, they have also become a popular way to survive in the early game.
Although it is possible to stop one of these things, it requires explosives, a lot of ammunition or a really happy and experienced sniper. Blowing up or destroying one of these trucks is feasible for the most experienced Military zone players. But when four of these bad guys roll toward you, it’s hard to have the resources or the time to stop them before you become Sailcat.
As with any tactic, annoying and stupid like this, some players call for Activision and Raven Software to annoy trucks or rfeel them completely from stand-alone matches. Although other players are happy as drivers Call of Duty, creating convoys and falling doors on 98.
I say, let them be driven by drivers, 10-4.