Call of Duty: Warzone Player Demonstrates Fastest Gulag Win Ever

The Call of Duty: Warzone Gulag stands as a test of will and the last opportunity to earn another round in Verdansk. While the fairness of the Nuketown Gulag has been discussed among fans, never has a Gulag ended in such a rapid and dramatic fashion. With Call of Duty: Warzone players already requesting a return to the standard shower map, this clip may finally prove the imbalance within the Nuketown alternative.

The Gulag has long offered a wide variety of Call of Duty: Warzone weaponry for fans to do battle with. With players spawning with assault rifles, snipers, and sometimes their bare fists, there is no telling if the set up will be right for a player’s victory. When this fan was given the Rytec AMR, they made an interesting prediction that proved true in a matter of seconds.

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The clip is from guberNailer’s stream and shows the streamer calling the “quickest gulag win ever” at the beginning of a Gulag match. As the timer counts down, the player aims for an opening between the Nuketown sign and the wall before firing an immediate shot. Suddenly, the Gulag ends with the words “One Shot, One Kill” appearing on the screen. Total time in the Call of Duty: Warzone Gulag was roughly two seconds of live combat, making this one of the quickest Gulags seen to date. The expression on the streamer’s face is one of surprise and glee as the shot was a matter of timing and luck on his part.

Fans in the comments were surprised that the streamer was not reported for hacking. The way that he instantly locked onto the enemy Call of Duty: Warzone player and managed to get an instant kill could hint at external software being used. Despite this, his expression and the instant nature of the kill disputes this theory giving way for a more authentic understanding of this clip.

Other fans expressed appreciation for the streamer’s precision and skill. One fan claims to have struck a similar shot with a crossbow, while another simply complimented the shot. For some fans, this shot is a clear example of why a player should never go left while in the Call of Duty: Warzone Nuketown Gulag.

While this shot is impressive, it does play towards the idea that the Call of Duty: Warzone Gulag is rather one-sided. Players spawning on the car side of the map can line up easier shots and have a heavier cover option. Players should move carefully when navigating the infamous Nuketown Gulag.

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