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Two of Warzone’s most notorious glitches have seemingly returned to the game in the form of the invisibility and infinite stim exploits.
The former, which causes players to appear invisible to opponents, first reared its head in December following the introduction of attack helicopters to the game.
Players were able to turn invisible simply by being revived after being downed while in the minigun seat of the attack helicopter, leading developer Raven Software to temporarily remove the vehicle from the battle royale game.
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According to multiple online reports and video accounts, the problem has returned to the game this month.
The glitch enabling players to use infinite tactical items, which has become a recurring Warzone problem, has also reportedly returned to the game.
Some users are abusing the exploit to infinitely heal themselves with stim packs while in the gas, virtually guaranteeing a win.
UPDATE 13/01/21: The infinite stim glitch has been fixed in a new patch.
In the same way that Verdansk is partially comprised of Modern Warfare’s Ground War maps, with the large multiplayer arenas stitched together, the new Warzone map is said to be a combination of Black Ops Cold War’s Fireteam maps.