fans would agree that the New World got off to a rocky start

  • For every massively popular game in the gaming industry, it appears that players are devoting an equal amount of effort to finding ways around the game's rules in order to gain an advantage over their opponents. In games such as Genshin Impact and Destiny 2, as well as more casual titles such as Nintendo's Animal Crossing: New Horizons, this can be observed.

    There is no doubt that many fans of Amazon Games' massively multiplayer online game (MMOG) would agree that the game got off to a rocky start when it first launched. As a result of the heavy server load, many new players have abandoned the game, and now New World has longer maintenance times, which continues to annoy fans who are only concerned with getting into the game as quickly as possible.

    It has been discovered that players are taking advantage of a recent new world coins bug that allows them to stand around and be invincible while still connected to the internet. While this is not the case in New World, because the majority of the gameplay is centered on territorial battles between the three factions, having an unstoppable toon in the middle of a failed attempt to capture an important point in a contested fortress is unquestionably advantageous.

    Earlier this week, a user by the name of Gothalion brought attention to this glitch on Twitter, and he even tagged the official buy new  world gold account in an attempt to draw attention to the problem. Given the invincibility bug, it was suggested by Gothalion that the development team should temporarily turn off the New World faction wars and issue an emergency maintenance announcement to address the issue in question. Because of this, the game's balance will be restored, which will likely please fans who have been personally affected by the invincibility bug.

    It is still remarkable, however, how quickly new world gold has risen to the top of the Steam charts, and how successfully it has maintained that position, since it was first made available to the public. Players in the New World have discovered an exploit that appears to grant them invincibility and is simple to use, as follows:All it takes is switching to windowed mode and dragging the game window around to get the desired result. While repositioning the {anchor} window, players enter a state of suspended animation, and as the video above from Kona demonstrates, they are unable to be killed while in this state.

    As soon as the window is closed and the player's character returns to the server's reality, the character's invulnerability is terminated, and the accumulated damage hits them like the final blow in the final fight against the Fist of the North Star pressure point attack. It was put to the test by two of PC Gamer's New World players, who confirmed that it is, at the very least, somewhat effective. In terms of the attacking player's point of view, damage is dealt to the player who is utilizing the exploit, but once they have reached zero health, they do not die and instead remain in place until they release their grip on the exploit window. For one of our testers, the trick worked perfectly: he was able to jump off the edge of a cliff and then freeze in mid-air while viewing the game from the perspective of the opposing player. Roleplaying as an extinct species is reminiscent of a certain Trevor Moore skit from the mid-2000s.)