The Call of Duty: Warzone infinite stim glitch returns despite developer efforts to patch and resolve the lingering game-breaking issue.
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Just when Call of Duty: Warzone fans thought it was gone, the infinite stim glitch appears once again for the sixth time. While it is not as effective as before due to developer adjustments to the game, the bug has been spotted by several players. Game of Duty: Warzone’s community braces for another wave of gas exploitation.
The good news is that Raven Software has been able to limit the abilities of the infinite stim glitch. Game of Duty: Warzone cheaters are capable of performing the glitch, but it is not nearly as effective as it has been in the past. For the moment, things seem to be under control, but there is no telling how long that will last before the glitch dominates again.
The glitch was spotted and confirmed by the Game of Duty: Warzone content creator JGOD. The player points out that the glitch is easy to perform despite limitations set by Raven Software in the previous patch. Thankfully, the developer’s work did make it rather ineffective as players who use the glitch were restricted to a single weapon and could not move faster than walking speed.
As soon as the glitch was spotted, Raven Software has put out a hotfix overnight addressing the bug. Game of Duty: Warzone’s gas continues to get deadlier, but other details to the fix are unknown for the time being. Raven Software has been diligently updating the game in an effort to patch this bug out of existence.
Few changes to the game
There are a few changes to the game that make performing the infinite stim glitch near impossible for wins. With more lethal gas introduced in Season 2, players had to have perfect timing if they were to outpace the never-ending damage. To make the game even more secure, any player who remains in the gas for longer than 40 seconds is automatically eliminated in Game of Duty: Warzone.
It is important to remember that the infinite stim glitch affects more than just the stim item. The same bug allows players to throw infinite flash and smoke grenades, and the gas update will have a hard time preventing players from doing this. While the infinite stim glitch can no longer hide in the storm, Game of Duty: Warzone is still suffering from a form of this notorious bug.
Game of Duty: Warzone cheaters can get banned for using this exploit within the game. While the bug is still active, it is severely restricted in the effect that it has on the game environment. Players should report and document any cases of the glitch in an effort to help developers resolve this long-standing bug.
Call of Duty: Warzone is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.