Star Wars Battlefront: Rare Glitch Makes Players Invincible
Star Wars Battlefront, one of the most anticipated games of 2015 has finally hit the market. The multiplayer shooter, which arrives on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, makes a pretty decent figure in terms of visual fidelity and performance – but, like every other video game release, it’s not exempt from bugs and crashes. And now, players are even reporting a rare glitch, which ensures invincibility.
According to players who experience the glitch, they can get as many shots as they want, and still take no damage. Many players have shared footage of unbeatable enemies and their own experiences with immortality. The glitch gives unlimited health making you almost as invincible as an AT-AT.
Currently, it’s not known what exactly triggers the bug, but some believe that players who crash their ships, or eject just before hitting the ground, go through this glitch. There’s no confirmed method for activating the unlimited health bug though.
Whether and when the developer DICE releases patch for this new glitch, is unknown yet. Have you experienced the glitch in your Battlefront matches? Let us know in the comments section below.
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