Roleplaying Uber drivers is what Warzone 2 is really about

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Like a surreal modernisation of the 1914 Christmas truce (opens in new tab), players in Call of Duty: Warzone 2 are setting aside their differences and laying down their arms in the name of, uh, providing short-distance cab rides. War is hell.

Spotted by VG247 (opens in new tab), a Warzone 2 player by the name of crescendummain has been gaily jaunting about Warzone 2’s maps in a chop top, pulling up alongside his opponents and (if he can talk them down from riddling him with bullets) using…

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