Each new day in Call of Duty: Warzone seems to bring a new issue for Raven Software to look at. Following the long history of infinite stim glitches and the latest iteration for radiated zones, Activision has now swiftly moved in to shut down the latest exploit. If you were not aware, players could turn completely invulnerable for the whole match. No bullets, vehicular combat, or even melee assassinations could bring them down. The problem was a glitch with the Most Wanted contracts in Call of Duty: Warzone.

As a quick fix, Raven Software has announced that the Most Wanted contracts have been disabled for the immediate future. No date has been set for their return. For those who have come up against a god-like enemy, this is the best news yet.

 

At the start, players were likely triggering the Most Wanted contract glitch by mistake in Warzone. However, once the exploit became more infamous, more and more began to use its nefarious powers to cheat their way to victory.

Fixes when required

The glitch had no negative side effects either. You could still play the entire game normally, while others looked at you and knew they were powerless to defeat you. We still do not know the cause of this particular problem. However, it most likely has something to do with the radiation zones, which revive players who die and turn them into zombies.

Considering the glitch in Call of Duty: Warzone is activated when you respawn, and just as a Most Wanted contract ends, means the two could be linked.

Even with Warzone constantly dealing with issues like this, the popularity of the BR mode continues to rise. It probably explains why the development team is swift to take action on anything that could ruin the experience. We shall see what else happens next as the end comes next week.




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