Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Bug Making Juggernauts Useless

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has encountered a vexing bug that has made the Juggernaut killstreak become ineffectual. This game allows its players to choose from a vast selection of killstreaks, with the Juggernaut being the most tricky one to achieve. It necessitates the user to get 15 consecutive kills or obtain 1,875 points without dying, which can be made easier with the Hardline perk.

Since its launch, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has presented a multitude of issues for gamers. For instance, one fan encountered a series of inexplicable glitches whilst playing on the Shipment map, where they were unable to utilize the Chapter Gunner killstreak. Recently, another user of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has reported a peculiar bug with the Juggernaut killstreak.

It has been announced that the sequel to Call of Duty: Warzone will include Kevin Durant as a playable character. More details can be found here.

EliteTanker, a Reddit user, posted a Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 clip from their match on the Shoot House map. In the game, the Juggernaut killstreak provides players with a lot of health and a minigun that can devastate others. As a result, many gamers can expect a lot of kills after using the killstreak. However, EliteTanker was surprisingly taken down quickly by an opponent, as if their extra health had no effect.

A fan in the comments suggested that a bug may have been the cause of the issue, speculating that when a player equips the Battle Rage field upgrade in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 they may be prone to a glitch that prevents them from increasing their health to the amount of a Juggernaut. According to another gamer, this glitch keeps HP at its current level instead of increasing it. It could have been a failsafe to stop players from regenerating health as a Juggernaut, but it resulted in EliteTanker unfairly dying in the Modern Warfare 2 match.

A number of Call of Duty admirers voice their discontent with the current state of the game, specifically its steep cost of $70. This bug appears to have been present since Modern Warfare 2 and some players are astonished that it hasn’t been resolved yet. Activision has issued several updates for Modern Warfare 2 since its launch, so it’s disheartening to see that gamers are still encountering these matters.

The PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S platforms can now access Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.