Call of Duty: Warzone players cannot seem to catch a break, as numerous bugs have replaced hacks as the battle royale’s most troubling issues. Fans are divided on the latest Call of Duty: Warzone issue, though, as it is unclear if players were intentionally cheating.
Call of Duty: Warzone’s latest bugs have caused a variety of issues. The Krampus AI has gone invisible, as have actual players when the tier 100 battle pass skin has been equipped. Players have been instantly killed while dropping into the map, while others have been sent to the Gulag instantly for no reason whatsoever. With ADS bugs prevalent, too, the current state of the game is not very stable, and now a final circle bug seems to be ruining the last fights of each match.
A Call of Duty: Warzone clip from Reddit user picklejuice33 sees the gamer and their teammate surviving until the very last circle. As the gas closes in on them, they begin to take damage, and they have no stims to heal themselves once the storm encroaches. As such, the gas eventually downs them, with picklejuice33 trying to use a self-revive to get themselves a bit more time. While they do get back up briefly, they are knocked back down, being killed by the storm and taking second place.
As seen in the footage, there are no other players in the surrounding area, which makes little sense considering that the Redditor was in the very last circle. This has led them to believe that the other player is cheating, which is certainly a possibility. Commenters like OK_Afternoon4050 suggests that the dreaded stim glitch has made a return, joining the demon texture glitch as another unwelcome comeback. However, another theory suggests that this is simply an issue with the game and that the other players were not intending to cheat.
Redditor KimG84 mentioned how they saw a clip of a Call of Duty: Warzone player that was in a downed state but was completely invulnerable to damage. This same idea was backed up by another commenter named marcgallant433, who points out that gas will not hurt anyone impacted by the invincible downed state bug. While they are unsure if players can willingly go into this state to exploit the bug, it is possible that someone was downed far off in the storm, explaining why they were not seen in the final circle.
Whether it is Call of Duty: Warzone’s despised stim glitch, the invulnerable downed glitch, or some kind of cheat that allows players to go invisible, it is clear that something is off in picklejuice33’s clip. Whatever the issue may be, hopefully developer Raven Software can find a solution for it soon.
Call of Duty: Warzone is available now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.