A talented Call of Duty: Warzone gamer put together a movie fusing gameplay and some of Tom Cruise's stunt shots. The end result is a funny Call of Duty: Warzone stunt that matches the live-action footage almost exactly.
Players can deploy a variety of vehicles in Call of Duty: Warzone as they engage in warfare across the map to be the last man or the last squad standing. ATVs, SUVs, cargo trucks, big helicopters, and even off-road vehicles are among the vehicles that players can employ. Buggies are among the least protected and most fragile vehicles, although they can go quite quickly and easily. A skilled driver is capable of some absolutely amazing feats and amazing acrobatics. There are enough Call of Duty Points available for purchase in the game.
In a video that combines gameplay from Call of Duty: Warzone with real-life footage of Tom Cruise, player Taiizor showed off their editing prowess and originality. Tom Cruise is seen driving a buggy at the beginning of the clip, which then changes to the camera team with a war zone overlay. The camera pans to the battlefield where an off-road vehicle operator is seen as Tom Cruise starts to ride the motorcycle down the ramp. Back to the film crew filming, and then to a war zone operator firing a crossbow in a rage from an off-road vehicle. Before the Warzone helicopter lowers a rope and the footage cuts to Tom Cruise being hoisted into the air by the helicopter, the production crew can be heard congratulating and applauding the stunt's success.
The video is amusing and does an excellent job of showcasing Taiizor's editing abilities. It's also fascinating to see accurate Call of Duty: Warzone gaming footage synchronized with Tom Cruise's real-world stunt footage. The majority of Warzone films merely feature entertaining gameplay, so adding real action footage and overlaying it elevates this one.
It's possible that some of the claims made in the post about the initial Warzone game being fabricated or staged are real. Many more players, though, commended the video for being incredibly amusing. Fans found Taiizor's video to be humorous, regardless of whether or not the Warzone buggy stunt was manufactured. It's a refreshing change of pace from videos that poke fun at bugs or that highlight Warzone 2's server problems. You can find more Call of Duty player guides at Topgmnews.com.