As with any multiplayer game, Warzone 2 has had its fair share of bugs and glitches on launch that can hamper the overall experience. However, players have recently discovered the return of a bug that was patched in the game’s predecessor. Although it looks amusing, the glitch has caused many players problems.
Call of Duty Warzone 2 has had various bugs and glitches of different magnitudes since launch, such as when players were locked out of the game. But now a famous one has been found for the battle royale known as the “Superman Glitch.” This is not something related to the superhero, but it is a glitch that allows you to make incredible jumps around the map, making it seem like you’re flying.
The glitch is almost eight years old, as Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare had the same glitch that lasted for a while. The glitch happens because the game would be confused and allow players to move at speeds as if they were in the air and falling, but actually, they were on the ground. The nickname ‘Superman’ is because this move aligns the player model horizontally in a skydive position.
The glitch made a return in Warzone, and as fans recently discovered, the Superman glitch is now back and wreaking havoc on the Battle Royale sequel. Many people have posted clips showing players performing gravity-defying mid-air jumps to cross gaps, avoid gunfire, and surprise those fighting below.
While using the glitch has its perks, it should be noted that it can be unpredictable and only sometimes works in your favor. This is true during tight 1v1 matches where the glitch is a disadvantage, especially for those who use it unintentionally.
Infinity Ward has yet to add a glitch to the game’s known issues board, though that’s likely because it’s helping Raven Software fix the number of bugs that have cropped up since launch. Activision will likely implement a patch soon to address the bug.