The famous stadium glitch is still causing havoc in Call of Duty: Warzone despite a patch being issues which was meant to fix the issue.
Call Of Duty: Warzone’s third Season is well under way. It brought with it a host of new changes to the game. Although, one thing that hasn’t seemed to change is the amount of bugs and glitches that seem to make their way into the game.
Warzone is no stranger to bugs since it launched back in early 2020, leaving players more than frustrated. Raven Software has often issued patches in a bid to rid the game of these menacing glitches however they still seem to pop up regardless.
The latest glitch frustrating players is allowing them to navigate under the map giving some players a huge advantage of their enemies.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen this bug either, it first started back when Season 3 was first launched however Raven Software were quick to address the issues and fix the locations where players were able to do this.
Two patches were issued to rectify the problem, although now it seems as if the second patch may have affected the progress made by the first patch as players have been able to make their way under the map at the Stadium and Airport once more.
Players can do this by locating gaps in the map that give them access to stand underneath, this means they can then creep up and shoot players above.
Reddit user ‘chubbygibletts’ took to the platform to share a clip of the glitch in action.
The post read “I know there are millions of these videos at the moment but hopefully more exposure = fixes”.
This issue has resulted in players warning other players to avoid these areas due to the glitch becoming so popular and many taking advantage of it to get ahead.
There has been no comment from Raven Software on this issue currently, although they have noted on. their Trello board that the issue is being ‘monitored’ and ‘investigated’ so hopefully a patch may be issued soon.
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