A new glitch has been found in Call of Duty: Warzone, allowing players to have infinite ammo while using the Akimbo perk on their weapons.
Modern Warfare’s battle royale mode, Warzone, has had its fair share of puzzling issues since its launch on March 10.
The latest game-breaking exploit that was found is one of the most bizarre, however, as it allows players to have infinite ammo when making use of the Akimbo weapon perk.
While Akimbo weapons are not often seen as a go-to pick in Warzone loadouts, due to their inaccuracy outside of short-range gunfights, a new exploit allows players to never run out of ammo when using the perk.
YouTuber Acez Gaming highlighted the glitch on April 18, explaining that although it was situational, it could still provide players with an unfair advantage during certain fights.
He showed that players could fire all but one round out of their left or right akimbo gun before swapping it with a weapon on the floor, then picking it back up to find that the clip’s ammo had completely replenished.
"When you’re shooting with that left pistol and picking up a weapon, it reloads it automatically and works for any Akimbo pistol," he explained.
Acez also highlighted that the glitch was particularly strong with weapons such as the 357 Snakeshot and later called for Warzone devs to patch the exploit.
“You essentially don’t have to reload your weapon. You can just sit here and spam, you can kinda see how this would be broken right?" he added, "the goal is for the glitch/exploit to be fixed and removed from the game."
Although it requires players to be near a weapon when abusing the exploit, it has the potential to give players an unfair advantage in gunfights, particularly at some of Verdansk's power positions that are often scattered with loot. Thankfully, most of the time the glitch will be too situational for players to use, but a fix would still be best.