Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (opens in new tab) and Call of Duty: Warzone (opens in new tab) players have discovered "grenade dribbling" as part of the first-person shooter's Season 4 Reloaded (opens in new tab) update, which allows users to catch their own grenades by rebounding them off surfaces.
The move only works if you have E.O.D. equipped, which is a tier one perk that reduces explosive damage. It now also apparently lets you retrieve your own live grenades without fear of blowing yourself up in the process. Reddit user Spiffip demonstrates the technique below.
Some players have even managed to secure some pretty tasty kills using this showboaty move, with SuorinGod performing a "EOD alley oop" by throwing their retrieved grenade back into the battlefield, and scoring a kill.
To be honest, the viability of "grenade dribbling" is pretty limited, and mainly another way for players to show off another obscure kill method rather than rely on it as a genuine technique for multiplayer or Warzone.
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