Call of Duty: Warzone's unlimited stim glitch is back again

Sharps shooter. 

Final circles in battle royales can be daunting for the best of us, but for some players it seems to be something they want to avoid entirely. Warzone's infinite stim glitch has returned, and players are once again using it to win games by hiding out in the gas. Not so great for those who want to end a game with an actual shoot-out.

The glitch, which first appeared back in October last year, allows players to use infinite tactical items, thus making it possible to spam healing stims and hide away from other players until the game is over. It's also possible to use the glitch to spam stun grenades, which seems just a little overpowered. Numerous videos have popped up on social media showing players using the exploit over the last few days, including one in which a hacker and a stim glitcher go toe-to-toe. Who will win? Only one way to find out...

Infinite stuns/stim glitch is back... is it 4th time already? can we just remove stims from the game already? from r/CODWarzone
Hacker vs Stim Glitcher (Current state of the game) from r/CODWarzone

Yet some players have managed to get their own back on the stim glitchers: one doing so by truck, and another group hunting a stim exploiter down across the map to clutch a victory. It's all extremely satisfying to watch.

Found a stim glitcher :) from r/CODWarzone

The glitch is obviously infuriating for those hoping to play Warzone legitimately, and there's currently no news on a fix. This appears to be the third time the glitch has popped up in Warzone, as although Infinity Ward issued a fix in October, it reappeared a month later. Will Raven finally be able to put the glitch to bed? Third time lucky, I hope.

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