It’s a case of one advance and 2 actions in reverse for Call of Duty: Warzone exploits, with gamers now abusing an invisibility problem to win.
This problem, initially reported in December 2020 however apparently intensified by recently’s Warzone upgrade, comes hot on the heels of designer Raven Software’s repair for the problematic limitless stim problem, which had actually pestered the fight royale leviathan for months.
The invisibility problem seems limited to the Armored Royale mode, which was contributed to Warzone on 5th February as part of the video game’s weekly playlist upgrade.
Armored Royale mode is distinct because it provides teams of gamers a Cargo Truck kitted out with enhanced armour plating, a customized mobile buy station for lorry upgrades and, most importantly, an integrated turret.
The invisibility problem that struck Warzone in December 2020 focused on the brand-new helicopter minigun, and it’s believed this brand-new problem might be part of a comparable bug. Raven wound up briefly pulling the attack helicopter from both Warzone maps as it dealt with a repair.
I was gotten in touch with by a raft of disappointed Warzone gamers over the weekend who had actually run up versus this invisibility problem. In the video listed below, from Twitch streamer Yoda0103, one video game of Armored Royale ended with 9 unnoticeable gamers throughout 5 groups.
Players are likewise reporting the problem on the Warzone subreddit:
The hope is Raven will arrange this one out faster instead of later on, although pulling the Cargo Truck from Armored Royale would mess up the mode. Perhaps Raven will pull the mode completely while it deals with a repair.
This isn’t the only invisibility bug in Warzone today. Grinch’s Forest Spirit skin presently has a bug that makes the design unnoticeable at particular ranges (just their head and weapon shows up). Raven is dealing with arranging this one out.
Warzone is doing business for Activision, however it’s having a reasonably bumpy ride for bugs and problems at the minute, all the while Activision fights to reverse its credibility as a video game swarming with unfaithful.