The notorious infinite stim glitch that has plagued several Warzone matches appeared after Activision told PC Gamer that its latest ban wave had shut down over 30,000 accounts that were using cheats to their advantage.
While some were quick to utilise the exploit to their advantage, the developer was quick to act.
Warzone Infinite Stim Glitch
Just a few hours after players rediscovered the glitch, the developer was quick to confirm that a hotfix addressing the issue had been deployed, much to the delight of the community.
While players won’t encounter the pesky stim glitch anymore, a new wave of dev errors are currently proving problematic for thousands of players.
The issue seems to occur at random when players are in a match, and with no sign of any fix being issued, the errors look to be the next major hurdle for Raven Software to deal with.
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Why Does The Infinite Stim Glitch Keep Appearing?
The glitch which allows players to abuse stims to stay alive in the gas all but guarantees them a victory if the remaining players don’t have a stim to use or aren’t using the glitch.
A new method always appears after Raven Software announces a ban wave has taken place or if it has addressed another issue within the game.
The simple solution to this incredibly infuriating issue would be to remove stims from Warzone altogether.
Seeing as the issue keeps returning on what seems like a monthly basis, surely this is the next course of action to take to prevent the issue from happening again?