KEY POINTS

  • Launched in March, "Call of Duty: Warzone" now has more than 85 million players
  • The game introduced the Juggernaut suit in limited-time modes and made it available in regular modes at the start of Season 6
  • There is a way to get unlimited Juggernaut suits in the game

Because of a glitch, some players are able to get unlimited Juggernaut suits in "Call of Duty: Warzone." But first, they need to complete an Easter egg that rewards them with access to the maintenance subway train. For those who haven't tried it yet, here are some tips and tricks that could prove useful.

How To Get Unlimited Juggernaut Suits

YouTuber Cable711 shared the exciting detail about one of the exploits in the game via Modern Warzone. In the video titled "Warzone Unlimited Juggernauts (sadly not clickbait)," the content creator revealed the steps on how players could take advantage of this latest game-breaking glitch.

To execute the exploit, players must activate the Juggernaut while picking up a killstreak at the same time. If timed perfectly, players could create Juggernaut canisters on the ground. This should then be picked up and thrown to call the suit in.

Based on the video, the content creator managed to generate 14 Juggernaut suits in just a few minutes. It is worth noting that the exact timing needed to avail the glitch is highly difficult.

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What Juggernaut Suits Are

Juggernaut suits have earned players' interests since it was introduced in the game. This piece of equipment is not only a super-powered armor but also features a minigun that transforms any player wearing it into a walking fortress with unbelievable offensive prowess.

However, it also comes with several drawbacks and compromises. Unfortunately, Juggernaut suits have the tendency to crumble into dust after a certain amount of time. Some players also noticed that moving too much causes them to get exhausted and do some acts that allow them to become vulnerable. 

This is just one of the many instances wherein "Call of Duty: Warzone" players are discovering ways to exploit the game. Since the game was launched in March 2020, Activision has been having a hard time dealing with cheats. There's a great chance that the devs would urgently deal with this glitch.