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The infamous infinite stim glitch is back in Warzone again, just a couple of weeks after everyone thought it had been fixed forever.

Warzone has had more than its fair share of glitches since it released just over a year ago. Most of them have been fixed, but there is one that keeps returning again and again.

You’ve guessed it – the infinite stim glitch is back in Warzone again.

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New Infinite Stim Glitch in Warzone

Raven Software thought that they had finally fixed the infinite stim glitch once and for all in a recent update. However, just a couple of weeks later it is back again.

This is a glitch that lets players get an infinite amount of tactical equipment. Players could use this to get an infinite amount of stun or smoke grenades, but most players use it to get a never-ending supply of stimshots.

This is because it let them stay in the gas forever to get easy wins. Players could just use a stim repeatedly to stop the gas from killing them.

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Luckily, this is not possible anymore as the gas damage increases over time. However, Warzone players are still able to stay in the gas with infinite stims for around 40 seconds which should be enough for most players to get the win.

Another fix for the stim exploit isn’t the only thing players are demanding. These are the huge improvements Warzone fans want before Season 3.

We won’t be sharing how to do the infinite stim glitch as it is better that players do not find out the method. Although, it is important to raise awareness of this bug so that Raven fixes it quickly.

Let’s also hope that Raven addresses this huge problem in Warzone that is worse than ever.

Meanwhile, the infinite stim glitch is the least of Warzone players’ problems as new Dev Errors are kicking players out of matches. This why so many players are demanding that Ravens adds a rejoin feature to Warzone.

Also, check out this teaser for Call of Duty 2021, found in Cold War Zombies Outbreak.


Call of Duty: Warzone's Infamous Stim Glitch Returns With A Vengeance

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. Call 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. Call 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.

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The glitch was spotted and confirmed by the Call 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. Call 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.

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 Call 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, Call of Duty: Warzone is still suffering from a form of this notorious bug.

Call 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.

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Regretfully, Call Of Duty: Warzone's infinite stim glitch is back

Remember a few weeks back, when we reported that Call Of Duty: Warzone's stim glitch might have been buried for good? While that report came with the caveat that Raven had less fixed the exploit, and more made its effects less damning—and with the glitch making its reappearance in recent days, it looks like the developer might've made the right call in handling the infamous bug.

Charlie Intel reports that the infamous recurring exploit has once again been popping up. But while it's still reportedly fairly easy to pull off, Raven's recent changes to Warzone as a whole have made the exploit far less effective at ruining matches. 

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Changes to the way the gas works in Warzone Season 2 means that you can no longer stim yourself for health faster than the gas can harm you. After 40 seconds, it'll just kill you outright, stim or no. It also seems that switching weapons or sprinting breaks the effect, severely limited its usefulness.

Stim Glitching has been a persistent pain in Warzone's side for months. Infinity Ward first called the problem solved back in October, only for it to pop up again, and again, and again. While it's frustrating to see the same glitch time and time again, Raven's tactic of making the glitch itself is a smart move. 

The exploit may prove impossible to solve in the long run. But making the most glaring instance of its game-breaking power effectively useless comes close second to squashing this bug for good.

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Warzone fans think they’re noticing the Infinite Stim glitch returning in Warzone, but it might not be as clear as first thought.

One of the most notorious glitches in Warzone might be back, as users start to notice what looks like the return of the Infinite Stim. In a new viral clip on the game’s subreddit, fans complain that the game-breaking bug is back in Warzone once more.

If you’re new to the game and don’t know about the Infinite Stim glitch just yet, it’s exactly what it sounds like. Thanks to a fault in the Warzone code, there seems to be a way to glitch yourself to be able to use tactical equipment an unlimited number of times.

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Of course, this is bad enough when using flash or stun grenades, but it’s even worse when a glitched player equips the Stim. With Infinite Stims, the player can simply wait out their inevitable victory in the Warzone gas, while all other players die as the final ring closes.

But even though we’ve seen the dreaded Warzone Infinite Stim glitch even this very month, this new reappearance might not be all that it appears.

Infinite Stim Glitch Reappears in Warzone?

In a recent post to the CODWarzone subreddit, one angry fan posts their encounter with what appears to be the Infinite Stim exploit.

As the user reaches the final circle of the battle royale, their enemy is nowhere to be found. The gas closes in around them and no other players appear.

Both Reddit user Zero_Day_Virus and their teammate try and stall their deaths for as long as possible. Eventually, though, both players die and place 2nd in the game.

Two users then board the chopper, getting the Warzone Victory, but all is not as simple as it seems. After all, a quick trip to cod.tracker reveals that the ‘winning players’ were actually 41st in this game of Warzone.

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The statistics tracking site also reveals that there was no team in first place this time around. Because of this, one Reddit commenter points out that it was likely a glitched game of Warzone.

The idea that a Warzone game can end with no winner isn’t too surprising. After all, Warzone’s ultimate bug list features over 100 different issues with no fixes.

We’re thankful that it seems like the Infinite Stim glitch isn’t actually back in Warzone just yet. Although it seems almost inevitable that it’ll be back again sometime soon.

Warzone players even want Raven Software to remove the Stims from the battle royale completely. Of course, this would still leave users with infinite stun grenades, which sounds just as toxic.

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But, watching this Warzone player’s incredible Stim victory in the gas, we’d be missing out if Stims were removed.

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Call of Duty: Warzone patch fixes the infinite stim glitch

Call of Duty: Warzone has a new patch that fixes the infinite stim glitch that has plagued the game for months.

Warzone's stim has for some months now caused havoc in the battle royale, with the developers seemingly struggling to get on top of it.

The stim is a piece of equipment that restores health points to your character and refreshes super sprint. It's supposed to help players get out of tough situations, but it has also been used nefariously as part of a raft of troublesome glitches and exploits that just wouldn't go away - despite multiple patches.

The most well-known of these is the infinite stim glitch, which lets players use infinite tactical items, thus making it possible to spam healing stims and hide away from other players from within the gas until the game is over. The exploit became so popular, some Warzone players resorted to sacrificing themselves to take down the stim glitchers.

Last weekend, Eurogamer reported on a gameplay clip that shows the spectator view of an apparent cheater who used the throw back frag grenade mechanic to trigger the infinite stim glitch.

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It's this method that has been patched in the latest Warzone update, which weighs in at 11.2GB on PlayStation 4. From the patch notes:

"New fix to remove infinite stim glitch: Issue stemmed from player getting stuck in throwback state after throwing back a live grenade."


That, hopefully, should be that for the infinite stim glitch, but we'll keep an eye on it. It has returned in the past. Perhaps it will return in the end.

Elsewhere, the patch focuses on other bug fixes. The highlight perhaps is that certain operator missions for Stitch should now track as intended. There are no weapon balance changes here, but the patch does adjust the timing of ammo replenishment during empty reloads for Black Ops Cold War weapons.

Warzone's weekly Warzone playlist update has also gone live. It adds Verdansk BR - Armored Royale, Plunder - Quads, and Rebirth Island - Resurgence Trios. Plunder - Blood Money Trios is removed.


Warzone's Infinite Stim Glitch Is Back

Warzone, the first free-to-play Call of Duty on PC and consoles, has had a stellar year – but the game has had issues with cheaters.

The "Infinite Stim Glitch", allowing players to constantly top up their health even when out of the play area, is back.

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Warzone's Infinite Stim Glitch Is Back

The good news is that this has been patched more than once, and each time it's only been for a few days.

Unfortunately, it does mean you're likely to encounter enemies hanging out in the gas, spamming the healing item to ensure they don't die and actively avoiding other players.

If you see someone doing it, be sure to report them where possible.

As fun as Warzone is, cheaters remain prevalent almost a year on from release.

Back in August, Activision filed a lawsuit against CXCheats, a purveyor of cheating software which forced them to stop creating products for Call of Duty.

It's a shame because what's there is great fun – but there's always someone that has to ruin things for everybody else.

For more on Black Ops Cold War's Warzone, check out our guide to the Yellow Door easter egg.

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Call Of Duty: Warzone's Infinite Stim Glitch May Be Back Once Again

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.

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.

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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

Source: PCGamesN


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