A player in Call of Duty: Warzone came across a glitch that saw the John McClane operator welcomed to a rather painful-looking party.
Posted to Reddit by xDCx00seven, the crazy clip shows a couple players boarding a helicopter during a match in Call of Duty: Warzone. But, instead of getting inside of the helicopter, the other player is caught on the blades of the chopper.
Usually, players caught in this predicament might explode in a cloud of red mist or dust, but in this case, the John McClane avatar was spun around by the blades. Just look at him waving those arms about like he’s in the middle of a mid-air rave of sorts.
“Don’t be expecting to hear the sound of those blades slapping against John McClane or the laughter from the team”. Instead, we’re treated to an in-game soundtrack of Dead or Alive’s You Spin Me Right Around.
Since the video getting pretty good attention on Reddit, xDCx00seven gave everyone a much needed part 2 of the clip, and it certainly looked like John McClane overworked himself. Rather than appearing excitable, he now looks exhausted, trying to gather up any ounce of energy to wave his arms about as the helicopter wobbles him awake from a lingering nap.
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