Call of Duty Warzone infinite cluster strike killstreak glitch
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Since Call of Duty: Warzone battle royale released earlier this year, it has experienced its fair share of glitches. From a strange Counter-UAV bug to more game-breaking issues, developer Infinity Ward has been on its toes trying to keep balance. However, more and more problems seem to arise with every passing week, much to the frustration of the player base. However, this newest glitch in Warzone may take the cake when it comes to game-wrecking bugs. The glitch involves players earning an infinite amount of Cluster Strike killstreaks and destroying lobbies.

The infinite Cluster Strike glitch in Warzone

While the community is unsure if this is actually a glitch, it is clear that it’s not an intended part of the game. So, this could simply be the work of hackers, which Warzone has no shortage of, or some player found a new exploit and is taking full advantage.

The “Infinite Cluster Strike glitch,” as players are calling it, has been happening in more and more lobbies. However, it was best showcased by a player in YouTuber’s Jackfrags lobby. Jack uploaded a video to show off the exploit in hopes of getting a fix or comment from the developers.

As you’ll see at around the 10-minute mark of the video, a player in the lobby is using an endless amount of Cluster Strikes. If you’re unaware, this killstreak allows players to pick a certain spot with a laser and then missiles will rain down on that spot for a few seconds.

Although, in Jackfrags’ video, the Cluster Strike lasted for minutes on end. It’s clear the player in the video was able to obtain an infinite amount of the killstreak. How they did this is still unknown, but hopefully, Infinity Ward can find a fix if this actually a glitch. If it isn’t, then the cheating problem is still growing in Call of Duty: Warzone.

Have you run into this glitch? Let us know, and keep up with Daily Esports for all Call of Duty news.

Joey Carr
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.