Call of Duty Warzone: historical glitch is about to be fixed forever

Call of Duty Warzone: historical glitch is about to be fixed forever

Call of Duty Warzone

The work carried out by the Activision teams on Call of Duty Warzone is constant and always gives players a good reason to return to play. Since COD's battle royale came to life, however, fans are constantly assailed not only by the contents, but also by some annoying glitches to say the least. We have seen and commented on several bugs, but perhaps one of the most hated is about to be eradicated forever by the battle royale.

Let's talk about one of the most recurring glitches since Call of Duty Warzone has existed; that is, the one defined as the infinite stim bug. Activision corrected this glitch on four different occasions, but nothing, players still managed to survive inside the gas for an indefinite period of time using the stim. Now, a gameplay change implemented during Warzone season 2 seems to permanently fix this glitch that made games incorrect.

As you can read inside one of the latest Call patch notes of Duty Warzone: "Players who are inside the gas will take more damage over time." A modification that is delighting fans of Activision's battle royale: if on the one hand it makes gas decidedly more deadly, on the other it no longer allows the use of the stim glitch to try to survive one's fate.
On paper, this simple change could definitely eradicate one of the most recurring and most famous glitches even outside of Call of Duty Warzone. What do you think of Activision's move to counter this Warzone bug? Do you think cheaters will be able to find another way to enact the stim glitch? Tell us yours with a comment in the dedicated section.

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'Call of Duty: Warzone' New Cold War Map Update Due in April, Rumors Claim

a person standing on top of a snow covered mountain: © Raven Software/Activision 'Call of Duty: Warzone' rumors suggest a new map may finally be coming in April. Will Verdansk get nuked? 'Call of Duty: Warzone' is available now on PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC.

Call of Duty: Warzone just dropped its most significant Verdansk map update yet to kick off Season 2, but rumors from Video Games Chronicle suggest there are much bigger plans for this April.

Up until now, Warzone has mostly stayed true to its Modern Warfare origins, with many series fans assuming a bigger Cold War-themed overhaul would have arrived alongside Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War in mid-November. VGC's sources claim this was originally supposed to be the case, but 'several factors' contributed to what will be a fairly significant delay.

The report says that the nuclear warheads hidden inside the Verdansk bunkers will ultimately obliterate the map as we know it and transition into something more befitting of a 1980s aesthetic. The source equates the shift as an event similar to the iconic black hole fiasco that ushered in Fortnite Chapter 2 in 2019.

Specifics about the alleged map remain mostly up to speculation. If the basic design philosophy of Verdansk is any indication, one might assume the large-scale Fireteam maps found in Black Ops Cold War could be used as a starting point for an entirely new arena in the same way the first iteration of the Warzone map borrows heavily from Modern Warfare's Ground War.

And, taking a cue from the map before it, this upcoming one will allegedly feature points of interest related to its parent subfranchise. The source report mentions locales based on Zoo and Summit Black Ops maps as possible inclusions.

Very little has been offered in an official capacity to support these rumors, but it's worth noting that official Season 2 artwork does allude to this latest Battle Pass being 'the beginning of the end.' It's a suspicious statement to make and sounds as if it might hinting at the Verdansk nuclear scenario. If an in-game timer is any indication, players should learn more about the future of Verdansk sometime around April 22 when the new Battle Pass is expected to wrap up.

Season Two Cinematic Trailer | Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War & Warzone






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These Call of Duty: Warzone rumors arrive hot on the heels of the start of Black Ops Cold War and Warzone Season 2. Even though Verdansk remains mostly unchanged after the latest patch, there are new points of interest to explore such as Shipwreck and Missile Silos. It seems somewhat strange to add these new places right before much of the map might be eviscerated, but it's possible these two most recent additions will play a role in the story to come. Enjoy the version of Verdansk that exists today, because, if these rumors are true, it won't last for too much longer.

Call of Duty: Warzone is available now on PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC.

What would you like to see from a new Warzone map? Is Verdansk about to get nuked? Tell us in the comments section!

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