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After ruining the game for players back in October, and then again in November, the Call of Duty: Warzone infinite stim glitch is back to frustrate users. Allowing cheaters to get easy wins by repeatedly using stims to outlive enemies in the gas, this stim glitch turns what should be an intense final 1v1 into a cowardly conned victory.
How are players doing the Infinite Stim Glitch in Warzone?
To do the Infinite Stim Glitch in Warzone, players simply equip both a grenade and stim. They then throw the grenade at a wall, pick it back up, and then drop their two weapons. They will now have infinite stims.
While other bugs have been found in Warzone, the infinite stim glitch is one of the easiest to do. Players can find everything they need on the Warzone map, without needing to get a loadout or specific vehicle.
There is no limit on the number of players who can do this glitch. This means that entire parties can load up on grenades and stims to all be invincible in the gas. Matches could go on forever with different squads using the infinite stim glitch.
Players on the r/CODWarzone subreddit have been complaining about the newly-revived infinite stim glitch. Here’s hoping a fix will be rolled out relatively quickly, as arming all players with the ability to easily cheat wins is going to end in disaster.
Call of Duty: Warzone is under siege from another bug that is making the game pay-to-win with overpowered Weapon Blueprints.
Despite attempts to nerf Warzone‘s most overpowered weapons, it seems that developer Raven Software didn’t do enough, as both the DMR and Diamatti pistols are still kings of the battlefield.
Those interested in tracking skill-based matchmaking and the Warzone lobbies they are matched with should check out this third-party tool.