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Warzone 2 players ruin games with infinite health: Cheat or bug?

Warzone 2 players ruin games with infinite health: Cheat or bug?

Published: 2022-12-05T16:37:48

Updated: 2022-12-05T16:37:59

A Warzone 2 glitch or cheat gives players infinite health, making them immune to attacks aimed at them – but is it a frustrating cheat or just a very lucky bug that saves players from being taken down?

During a tense Warzone 2 match, a player reported a bug or hack that gained unlimited health against the player’s RPK and Fennec 45. The video, posted on Reddit, shows the player getting the drop on the enemy and starting shooting them. After many hit markers, it’s clear that they do no damage at all, so quickly switch to their RPK only to find that the enemy is immune to it as well.

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Naturally, the player and their team are quickly sent to the Gulag, but such an incident has led to many questions in the comments section. The primary debate is whether this is the player cheating or an unintended bug built into Warzone 2.

Are players destroying Warzone 2 with infinite health or is it a bug?

It’s no secret that there are a lot of bugs and hackers in Warzone 2, but one of the most frustrating elements is the infinite health. It makes players immune to all attacks and will quickly ruin the game for everyone involved.

After the Reddit video was posted, it sparked intense debate, with some players claiming they were “pretty sure it’s a bug” after reporting that they had experienced a similar “unkillable” person killing them in “similar manner.”

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Other commenters agreed that this is more likely a bug, pointing out that “if he was a hacker, he would have done something fancier with his weapons than punch you in the face.”

Many players are of the mindset that the enemy seemed just as confused when the bullets didn’t do any damage, which means it’s probably a bug.

Alternatively, some players argue that it’s actually a cheater using similar logic as before, saying that “this guy just cheats and trolls, I mean charges with bare fists…yeah kinda sis.” Others comment that, whether it’s a bug or not, “they’re still abusing what’s called ‘exploitation’, which is cheating.”

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Whether it’s a bug or a hack, it’s clear that such immunity ruins the game for players and causes a lot of frustration in the community.

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