Call of Duty: Warzone’s game-breaking invisibility glitch is back

Andrew Highton
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Warzone is being plagued by another invisibility glitch that is making players completely undetectable to the naked eye in Call of Duty’s popular Battle Royale shooter.

The CoD community is still enjoying Warzone despite some glitches affecting gameplay as the active player base count is still high, but people are becoming more and more impatient with every new glitch that makes its way to the game.

It seems that Activision Blizzard‘s Warzone seems to gain a new technical fault each week and this is the latest in a long string of invisibility and/or invincibility glitches in the game.

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CoD: Warzone invisibility glitch

Sometimes glitches can be fun and can even be funny. But when you’re in the middle of a game of Warzone and you get killed by a ghost, then that just isn’t ideal.

This was the case for Twitter user Zombo as they posted a video to Twitter showing this exact series of events happening to them.

In the video, Zombo is quite clearly aware of the presence of an enemy near them and they have their pistol locked and loaded and ready for a fight.

Our player stands there aiming for an eternity waiting for the other player to emerge, but they never do. Then a moment of panic hits as Zombo realizes the player is there, but they can’t see them. Zombo then blindly fires in front of them to no avail.

They are quickly gunned down and the game goes from 11 players remaining to 10 in the unfortunate blink of an eye. Even if this took place during the first skirmish of the map it would still be unacceptable, but given that it was so close to the end it looks even worse.

When something like this happens, it creates a seed of doubt in the backs of player’s minds. What’s the point in getting a boatload of kills just to make it to the final two, just to be killed by someone that was never going to appear on your screen anyway.

Glitches of this nature are usually taken very seriously by the developers and this has been seen previously with the infamous attack helicopters that had to be removed from Warzone. So with some exposure, we’re sure they’ll be hard at work on a fix.

Image credits: Activision Blizzard

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