Apex Legends 08 Apr 2021 8:52 AM +00:00

Apex Legends Season 6: Octane Double Jump Glitch

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Season 6 has had its fair share of bugs and glitches, which is always expected in a new season.

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The newest glitch involves the speedy boy, Octane.

His double jump is giving some players an infinite amount of jumps, here's what we know.

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Octane Double Jump Glitch

Sometimes when using Octane's Launch Pad ultimate ability, players can experience a bug that doesn't allow them to do a double jump properly.

Well, now Octanes are running into a glitch which means the bug will be encountered over and over again. 

Reddit user Fish_Smell_Bad took to the site to show a clip of this issue (see below).

“This bug only happens sometimes when you take a pad, but other players can not see it,” they titled the post. “It's new in S6 and very annoying but not too game breaking. And to my knowledge it has nothing to do with ping.”

Source: Fish_Smell_Bad on Reddit

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Many believed this bug was linked to ping connection, then others suggested it could be due to server problems.

One Redditor commented that they believed it had something to do with packet loss when using the Launch Pad.

“I've noticed it happens when you go jump as you hit the pad while there's a bit of packet loss. Nothing to do with ping,” they said.

In the video posted by Fish_Smell_Bad, whenever a player goes to jump, and the glitch activates, a connection issue is shown in the top right of the screen.

Fingers crossed the devs pick up on this soon as they have done with previous bugs posted to the Subreddit.

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