Exploiters are at it again, as they abuse Call Of Duty: Warzone’s infinite stim glitch which seems to have reappeared after the latest update.
For the seventh time now, Call of Duty: Warzone devs seem to have unwittingly unleashed the glitch that exploiters use to receive infinite stims. The multiplayer battle royale game has seen many such glitches throughout its highly successful lifetime, giving players plenty of opportunities to exploit bugs and gain an edge over other players. Some glitches give players extreme advantages, like one that lets players get underneath Rebirth Island and fire on enemies without retribution and others that simply let players slide across the floor like a snake. Either way, glitches can be obnoxious for players to deal with, and the latest one makes Warzone matches all but unwinnable.
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The stim glitch has been around for quite some time. Every time players think the glitch has left Warzone permanently, it finds its way back into the game. Back in February, Activision thought it fixed the glitch for good, but after the recent update, players have had to deal with it again. While the glitch has been triggered and used in many ways, the core concept behind the exploit has stayed the same: players use infinite stims to heal themselves and stay in the smoke until the end of the game. What this means is that any Warzone player who abuses the stim glitch will have an exorbitantly higher chance to win games, by staying alive indefinitely in the safety of the otherwise lethal fog.
The newest iteration of the glitch was reported by PCGamesN, as the most recent update has brought the infamous stim glitch back to Warzone. Players have sent in videos that show the end of Warzone matches, where the enemy is nowhere to be found, but entire squads are being wiped by the smoke that has closed in on the map. Although the players are often hiding in the smoke and aren’t shown on camera performing the stim glitch, it is assumed that the only possible way they are alive is by exploiting infinite stims.
The stim glitch is one of the hardest glitches to counteract in Warzone and is almost as difficult to defeat as the invisible players who invade the game. While Warzone devs have taken strides to ban hackers and exploiters from the game, many continuously take advantage of glitches and are left unscathed. All players can do is report the enemy and hope that Activision is adamant about punishing offenders.
Hopefully, the stim glitch is quickly fixed and the cheaters who exploited the glitch to win Warzone matches are blocked in the next ban wave. Until then, players should prepare themselves for the final wave of gas by saving their gas masks until the end and trying to locate and destroy the cheaters while they have the chance.
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Call of Duty: Warzone is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Microsoft Windows
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