Infinite Munitions & XP Glitch Season 2 COD MW2 and Warzone 2

In our Infinite Munitions & XP Glitch Season 2 COD MW2 and Warzone 2 guide, we are going to show you how to pull the bug off and grind as many munition boxes and XP you want. At least, until the developers roll out a patch. It’s a fairly simple process, if you know what to do. And it looks really absurd, which is always a bonus. Here’s how it works.

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Infinite Munitions & XP Glitch Season 2 COD MW2 and Warzone 2

How to Do Infinite XP & Munitions Glitch in Warzone 2 & MW2 Season 2

To do the infinite XP and munitions glitch in Warzone 2 and MW2 Season 2, you are going to need a frag grenade, a munitions box, and someone to revive you (or a self-revive). Drop the grenade close to yourself, ideally right at your feet. Count down three seconds (my favorite being counting Mississippis), and as soon as you hit three, open the munitions box. Let the grenade explode you, and then revive yourself or get a teammate to do it. If you’ve done everything correctly, then you’ll still have the munitions box in your inventory. The next step is to stow it (X on Xbox). All being well, you should now be able to spawn infinite munitions boxes out of the backpack.

And there you go, that’s how you do the infinite munitions and XP glitch in COD MW2 and Warzone 2 Season 2. This is according to YouTuber B Man, who has figured it out already. You can check out his video to see how the glitch works in practice. Every time you try to stow a box, you’ll instead create five more. Repeat the process to your heart’s content, until you’re drowning in them. As for how this process makes XP – you get a hundred and fifty every time one of your teammates uses one of the boxes. So, if you have three people on your team, you can farm a stupid amount of experience pretty expediently. Make the most of the glitch before the devs patch it out.

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