If you’ve played COD’s new play-mode Warzone than you definitely have run through the agony of the Gulag. After death on the battlefield players are tasked to find any advantage of winning the Gulag’s 1v1 final battle. The loser gets taken back to base where their life can be purchased back by their team and the winner automatically respawns into the battlefield.
Players can run around the top floor of the Gulag while two people are fighting it out in the arena below. Most interactions here are people punching each other out or trolling each other by throwing rocks. Players are tasked to find any advantage of winning out in the Gulags 1v1.
“Don’t waste your time punching enemies in the Gulags, give them a tag and make them easier to see!” –Reddit user ‘PublicWest-
Opening up the game’s sprays selection wheel, players can choose to equip the brightest colored tag to use on an opponent’s character model. PublicWest uses the yellow ‘One Shot’ spray on the other Gulag resident that gave the right side of their body a color that completely contrasted the rest of the in-game model. Even in the shadowy perimeter balcony, the spray looked like it was illuminating the other person.
“Thought it would be funny to tag the other person with a spray but, it turned out super useful.” -Reddit user ‘PublicWest-
As you’re loaded into the ground floor ground the opponent will still have the bright spray mark on them. The spray can is much brighter than everything but the lights in the Warzone Gulags.
While both players were in search to get the first shot with the handgun, the sprayed character could be easily seen as they were strafing through the stage. If someone manages to use the spray on the head of a character’s model, then that would basically be a dead giveaway of where the other person needs to aim.