Call of Duty: Warzone is once again suffering from a glitch that offers almost unlimited in-game stimulations. Since its launch, a number of bugs and exploits have been fixed, but it appears that since integration, the game is experiencing a resurgence of issues. Fans of Call of Duty: Warzone they await once again a solution to the infamous “stimulation error.”
This glitch originally appeared months ago, offering fans of Call of Duty: Warzone the opportunity to live on gas. Considering that this failure is relatively easy to perform, its appearance causes a surge of activity that makes this a bigger problem than originally anticipated. Warzone has already gone through two patches to resolve this bug, but now it has appeared once again causing as many problems as before.
The failure in Call of Duty: Warzone
Detecting the error has become quite easy with the application Call of Duty: Warzone which makes the player’s data accessible. Questionable accounts can be easily seen and can often contain some consistent patterns that point to the exploitation of packs of stimulation. Players who abuse the glitch often don’t have many kills and typically end up with a heal greater than 10,000 before the end of the round. This is mainly due to a lack of in-gas clashes mixed with a spam from the in-game healing mechanic. Eventually, all other players will die from the gas without being seen by the exploit user.
While this failure is often referred to as the “unlimited pacing” failure, it is best viewed as an unlimited tactical failure. The method used to duplicate and spam the Stim Pack can also be applied to stuns, flashes, lures, and more. Still, players tend to use the stimulation pack system as a way to abuse the limiting mechanic in the game and exist within the gas.
While the developers have previously fixed this bug, it is unclear what caused its reappearance. Call of Duty: Warzone players should be on the lookout for potential exploit users and attempt to eliminate them before the circle closes in its end zone.
This is just one of several active bugs and glitches in Warzone. While it has a definite impact on the functionality of the game, many fans consider the current DMR imbalance to be a more pressing issue. Still, it will certainly be an easy fix for Raven Software, as this recurring problem is only just beginning to make a comeback.