Call of Duty Infinite Warfare’s June 8 Update Finally Removes Snaking
Continuing their weekly update trends, Infinity Ward rolled out a patch today, June 8, for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare which fixes the exploit known as “snaking.” By rapidly moving between crouched and prone positions, players could becoming invulnerable and still be able to peek over the top of terrain. It even got so bad at one point that competitive teams made an agreement never to use snaking in Call of Duty World League.
You can find the full patch notes for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s June 8 Update below:
- Various map fixes
- Fix a bug for the X-Eon’s vertical kick
- CWL Only: Planting and defusing bombs will no longer add to your Payload meter. These actions will still give Scorestreak points
- Prep for this weekend’s featured mode
- Fixed an animation issue where rapidly moving between prone and crouch stance wasn’t updating the character model state at the correct rate (snaking)
Here’s a video of what happens when you try to snake after today’s update.
THEY PATCHED SNAKING RT! pic.twitter.com/XWJ8xqoR9j
— ChaBoiSlayerz (@ChaBoiSlayerz) June 8, 2017
In other Call of Duty news, Activision announced more multiplayer details for Call of Duty: WWII ahead of E3. The new Divisions feature will replace the current create-a-class system that Call of Duty has utilized across many of the series’ iterations. Instead, you’ll now choose between one of five Divisions: Airborne, Mountain, Infantry, Armored, and Expeditionary Force. Each of the new classes have access to weaponry unique to their Division as well as several perks that influence your role in the team.
It’s yet to be determined if Divisions will impact matchmaking or the formulation of teams when you play Call of Duty: WWII’s multiplayer, but Sledgehammer Games will announce more during E3.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s June 8 Update is currently available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.