A new game-breaking glitch has been discovered on Infinity Ward's Call of Duty: Warzone this week. Players in Verdansk are finding themselves miraculously returning from what otherwise would have been a match-ending death in-game.
The bug was originally discovered and posted to Reddit by user b6109. During a solo instance on of Verdansk, late in the game, the player count abruptly began to climb upward. Normally, this isn't a huge issue. Warzone has a unique feature where players can compete in the Gulag to earn a spot back on the map. This time, however, that function was closed due to this being the last part of the match.
Game-Breaking Warzone Glitch Gives Infinite Respawns
No matter how many times players were eliminated or died by other means, they were able to consistently respawn back into the match. It didn't matter how they died, where they died, or who killed them. Players in the instance could rejoin the battle indefinitely.
This persisted even has gas flooded the map.
The bug led to an endless deathmatch that kept players in the instance. As long as they were logged in, they would respawn and prolong the fight. The match could still be taking place right now. In fact, it likely could continue until the servers need to be shut down.
There is currently no fix or word on exactly how this issue occurred. Infinity Ward has yet to respond to reports concerning the glitch.