A Warzone player figured out how to use munitions boxes to do the infinite stim glitch

Warzone munitions boxes stim glitch

Since the release of Call of Duty: Warzone, players have encountered various bugs and glitches. One prominent glitch is the infinite stim glitch which has returned time and time again. Now, a player has discovered their own way to do the infinite stim glitch. This unique trick requires a lot of cash, and a lot of  munition boxes to pull off.

It all started with a clip that was posted on Reddit which described a legitimate stim glitch play. The prominent Call of Duty: Warzone streamer opmarked was then able to work out how much cash was needed to buy enough munitions boxes to make it to the end of the game. Opmarked and his squad then demonstrated that they were able to buy enough munition boxes which allowed them to perform the Warzone infinite stim glitch.


As a result, they were able to do this in the gas and without the boxes disappearing. All the players had to do was place one down when they needed a health boost. Repeating the process of shuffling between the munitions boxes allowed them to stay alive.

The Legit Stim Play from CODWarzone

Munition boxes make the infinite stim glitch more problematic

Many players have praised this creative way of doing the stim glitch, due to the amount of work that is required. The team had to accumulate a total of $100,000 to get enough munitions boxes. To do this, the squad had to complete multiple contracts in the match. Although while it has been argued as a legal way to renew health outside of the zone, it has equally been criticized. Some Warzone fans have expressed that using munitions boxes is just as bad as the original stim glitch.

For now, we can only hope that a patch will be released to remove the stim glitch from Warzone once and for all. Until then, the infinite stim glitch will remain in Warzone and now munition boxes have been added into the mix.

Lauren Sayles
About The Author
Lauren is passionate about games, so she writes news and guides at PC Invasion. You’ll catch her watching esports, particularly the CoD League, Halo, and VALORANT. If you ask her what her favorite game is, her answer will change every time.