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The latest Call of Duty Warzone update fixes the infinite stim exploit
Issue was enabling players to use an unlimited number of tactical items
Raven Software has fixed a Call of Duty Warzone issue that was allowing players to use infinite tactical items.
Some users had been abusing the exploit to infinitely heal themselves with stim packs while in the gas, virtually guaranteeing a win – an issue which also cropped up earlier this year before being patched out.
The latest update for the battle royale game also fixed an issue preventing seasonal challenge progression and includes a “speculative fix” for players getting stuck when accessing loadout drops.
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Last week Raven temporarily removed Warzone’s new attack helicopters to combat a glitch which allowed players to turn invisible.
Attack helicopters were introduced to the game at the start of Cold War and Warzone Season 1, which is billed as “the largest free content drop in Black Ops history”.
In includes three Operators, five weapons, eight multiplayer maps and a new Warzone map called Rebirth Island, among other features.
Publisher Activision is currently running a free Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War multiplayer week which ends on December 24.
It includes access to a limited portion of the game’s multiplayer component across 18 maps. Available modes include Gunfight, Team Deathmatch, Domination, Prop Hunt, Combined Arms: Hardpoint and Fireteam: Dirty Bomb.
Warzone has attracted over 85 million players since its release in March, according to Activision.