Call of Duty Warzone Infinite Juggernaut Glitch is breaking the game

Rizwan Anwer
Rizwan Anwer
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it seems that a Call of Duty Warzone Infinite Juggernaut Glitch is breaking the game for many players, and there are even reports of the glitch being replicable on scorestreaks. In this state, getting a win is easy as ever for those who are looking to use exploits to win the game.

Call of Duty Warzone Infinite Juggernaut Glitch – Too many Juggernauts in the battlefield

Call of Duty Warzone is the free to play version of a Battle Royale mode. Launched earlier this year, the game was integrated as a part of Modern Warfare (2019) and will soon be integrated into Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War.

Call of Duty Warzone brought some unique mechanics from the multiplayer into the free to play mechanic of the game, but also a unique idea of giving players in the game a second chance at getting back in the game via Gulag Fights.

Players who die within a certain timeframe in the game are elegible for fighting for a chance to come back in the game by fighting in the Gulag, a place where other dead players can fight for an equal chance, but only one gets that chance.

Despite the immense success of the mode, the game is still susceptible to bugs and glitches every now and then, but this new glitch is too big to ignore.

According to Modern Warzone, a known resource for Call of Duty news, they’re reporting a broken glitch that allows players to call in the Juggernaut score streak infinitely.

They have also demonstrated a whole squad going out of the way to use the glitch to win.

Here is another video of the incident

There are reports of the glitch being replicable for score streaks as well, but there isn’t footage for this yet.

If the glitch really is this extensive, Activision will have to take swift action, especially since it is a Sunday, a day which see’s a majority of the userbase playing the game.

What are your thoughts on the glitch? if you have encountered the glitch in the game, let us know in the comments section below.

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