Ever since Black Ops Cold War was integrated into Call of Duty: Warzone at the beginning of Season One, the popular battle royale has been plagued with various bugs, glitches, and exploits that have severely impacted the game.
One of the most notorious bugs to appear in Warzone over the past six months is the unlimited stim glitch.
The exploit allows players to acquire a limitless supply of stims which can be used to resist the damage dealt from the gas.
After Raven Software stated that it had fixed the glitch after it appeared in early 2021, the glitch has appeared for a fifth time, much to the annoyance of the entire Warzone community.
Unlimited Stim Glitch Returns
The return of the glitch was discovered by Reddit user thewolfofwestoz, who immediately shared the video to spread awareness of its return.
As the video shows, the cheater throws a grenade against a wall, picks it back up again, and activates their night-vision goggles which somehow gives the player unlimited stims.
What is strange about this particular method is the presence of night-vision goggles.
Only available in the Modern Warfare campaign and in night-time multiplayer maps, the goggles aren’t available to use in Warzone.
A dedicated keybind to equip night-vision goggles can be found within the in-game options on PC, suggesting that this method can only be performed by PC players as there is no bind for night-vision goggles on the console versions of the battle royale.
Remove Stim Altogether
With the discovery of the stim glitch for an unprecedented fifth time, calls are growing for Raven Software to remove the controversial piece of utility altogether.
Considering that the glitch has appeared once again, the developer removing stim would certainly be an effective way to prevent the glitch from happening again.