New ‘Call of Duty: Warzone’ glitch makes players invincible

Call of Duty: Warzone players have discovered a brand new glitch, which makes them invincible during the closing of the final circle.

Since its release, Call of Duty: Warzone has become one of the most popular battle royale games today. However, the game is still far from perfect. Warzone is still haunted by multiple bugs, glitches, hackers, and exploits.

Players are getting more and more disappointed by cheaters not being able to take damage, various weapons emerging in Gulag battles, and even weapons edited to look like a dog.

Now, the worst among the bugs is here. Players have discovered the newest exploit – to become invincible during the final circle.

If you buy a teammate back after circle is closed you become invincible from CODWarzone

How to activate the exploit

The recent exploit was revealed online by Reddit user Matt5hew and even taught exactly how to do it. Players who want to activate the bug only need to do one simple thing.

A teammate has to buyback a fallen ally after the game’s final circle has closed. The fallen ally will then respawn in the air and be invincible. The exploit lets them fly in the air without taking any damage while letting the gas kill all the enemies on the ground.

Of course, no one wants to play a battle royale game with an active invincibility bug. However, the exploit is purely situational. Players will need a buy station to appear during the final circle and a couple of seconds to buyback the fallen teammate.

Quick fix

As this is still an invincibility bug, Infinity Ward will surely address the issue sooner or later. Expect the release of an update patch shortly.

The game’s developers have been amazingly fast when fixing bugs and other issues with the recent Call of Duty games. Sometimes, developers even roll out numerous updates in a week. Just last week, a few days after the April 28 major update, another update was rolled out for Warzone

The update was supposed to remove the infamous Most Wanted contracts and install the original bounty contracts back to the game

The developers decided to remove the Most Wanted mode after they received furious backlash from fans.

Upcoming update

Usually, Infinity Ward rolls out Call of Duty updates without providing too much information to its fans. However, this is not the case for the next update.

It has been confirmed that the next update will add two new game modes to Modern Warfare. Hopefully, whatever patch Call of Duty: Warzone will receive, will fix the invincibility issue.

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