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.
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.
We also have the full Season 1 patch notes (that's right, we're back to Season 1).