Call of Duty: Warzone is not resting. In the Battle Royale, the so-called Infinite-Stim-Glitch has caused trouble several times in the past. Due to a bug, players were able to heal themselves infinitely often with the help of the syringes and thus survive forever in the deadly gas. In the meantime, the glitch has actually been fixed thanks to a patch, but the mechanics behind it have not yet been resolved.
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The YouTuber JGOD, who built up a large fan base around CoD Warzone, informs in a video about the new form of the glitch. This time it is not a bug, but a more or less legitimate method that does not take advantage of an explicit bug.
The new way for countless stims
As JGOD points out in its video, the current method requires around $ 50,000, a stim pack, and a purchase station. Once there, you have to buy as many ammunition boxes as possible. These not only fill up the weapons, but also the tactical equipment, which includes the Stims.
With the help of the ammunition boxes, a huge supply of stims can be built up, through which players can heal themselves permanently. The YouTube video shows what this looks like in detail:
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To ensure that the supply of stims does not decrease, the players only have to constantly pick up the ammo boxes and drop them again to ensure that they do not despawn. If implemented correctly, it can easily survive again in the gas.
What is the solution?
In contrast to the previous Infinite-Stim-Glitch, the new method is technically not a cheat. Instead, an exploit is used that has already been used in a similar way with gas masks.
JGOD recommends in his video two solutionswhich requires developer intervention in both cases. The first solution involves changing the despawn time. So far, it takes about two minutes for objects in the gas zone to disappear. If the time was significantly reduced, the trick with the ammunition boxes would no longer work as easily.
The second suggestion is to increase the damage the longer a player is inside the gas. If you stay too long in the death zone, you will eventually suffer 100 points of damage in one fell swoop and immediately go to the ground.
Just one of many problems
It remains to be seen whether and which solution the developers will take care of. The stim mechanic isn’t the only problem currently plaguing CoD Warzone. Our shooter expert Phil names five points in his column that the Battle Royale absolutely has to get under control:
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