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Warzone players stunned as ADS invisibility glitch makes everything disappear

Warzone players have found a new invisibility glitch that causes “everything” to go missing, even the target you are shooting at.

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Invisible Operator skins was one thing, but now a Warzone player has found an ADS invisibility glitch that completely ruins the gameplay.

Warzone is definitely not immune to glitches and bugs, with the devs recently communicating their plans to work on the game’s current issues that have been causing frustration among the community.

Unfortunately, yet another Warzone invisibility bug has been found, which seems to activate when players ADS.

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Reddit user lookmaimonthereddit put up a post in the Warzone subreddit with the title: “Invisible skin was one thing. How about invisible everything.”

The post contained a video showing off the new ADS invisibility bug, which subsequently causes the player to miss an easy kill.

The player’s weapon, optic, and even the enemy go invisible soon after the player aims down their sights. This is clearly game-breaking, as it prevents them from being able to finish the kill and is also probably very frustrating.

They aren’t the only ones who have experienced this issue either, as others in the comments are also sharing their experiences with the ADS invisibility bug: “I also get it on the latest patch, latest driver and 3x-6x scope on the STG44.”

It’s not quite clear exactly what is causing the bug, one user suggests that it could be optic related, while another claims it could be their “ultrawide” aspect ratio: “I have the same on my 32:9 screen with this scope.”

It could be a variety of issues, as some claim it also happens to them “without scopes.” Who knows, but since the devs are seemingly more focused on communicating issues with the community, perhaps we will get answers soon.


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