The infamous underground glitch has returned, allowing players taking advantage of the exploit to rack up kills in their unsuspecting enemies.
Players are quickly becoming tired of bugs and glitches making their way into the game, as Rebirth Island has been filled with map clipping exploits for months now. This has left players furious as cheaters have been taking advantage of this bugs giving them the ability to rack up lots of kills.
It was just two weeks ago that we saw Raven Software issuing a patch to fix the latest bug in the game in the Season 2 Reloaded update, however it seems that it has returned with a vengeance and is just as troublesome as before.
The problem with this bug is that it allows players to sneak underneath the map undetected giving them the perfect location to loot and shoot people while shielding themselves from any danger.
Reddit user “MrMakaveli” took to the platform to share footage of a player being killed by an invisible enemy. The video comes weeks after the problem was allegedly fixed, it wasn’t until the player noticed the kill cam after making it clear that the attack came from under the map.
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The post was soon met with comments from other players who seemed to share the same frustrations with one comment saying “How do these people find enjoyment in doing this stuff? I honestly don’t understand. Is it the excitement of doing something considered wrong or do they just want to see the world burn?”.
Although, it is unclear if this is definitely the same map clipping as the one we had experienced previously, it does share some eery similarities.
There is not a lot players can do to try and combat this problem at the moment, all there is to do is try avoid the area at the northeastern corner of Rebirth island as this is where the problem seems to occur.
Fans will just have to keep their fingers crossed in a bid that the issue will be patched out sooner rather than later, hopefully this time for good.
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