Call of Duty: Warzone: Invisibility Glitch Has Returned

It's back...

The first season of post-launch content for Call of Duty: Warzone is in full swing.

Despite Raven Software implementing nerfs to the controversial DMR 14 tactical rifle, the MAC-10 sub-machine gun, and the Dual Wield attachment for the Diamatti pistol, players are still unhappy with the current state of the popular battle royale.

The weapon balance may not be at its best but Season One has marked a new era for Warzone. The entire Black Ops Cold War weapon arsenal has been integrated alongside the launch of a new map known as Rebirth Island.

As players continue to drop into the action, players appear to have encountered a glitch that was removed earlier in the season.

Here’s what we know about the return of the invisibility glitch.

At the beginning of Season One, the Attack Helicopter was the newest vehicle for players to use to eliminate enemies and navigate around the map.

Just hours after the choppers had been implemented into the BR, players started turning invisible, giving them a huge advantage over any opposition they encountered.

Raven Software was quick to act and removed Attack Helicopters from the game, seemingly fixing the issue.

Despite their absence from the game, it appears that the invisibility glitch has returned.

When Will It Be Fixed?

Encountering an invisible opponent is far from ideal when roaming Rebirth Island or the streets of Verdansk.

Given the severity of the issue, it is likely that Raven Software will rectify the issue as quickly as possible in order to restore some form of normality.

Depending on how easy the glitch can be fixed, it could be sorted with a quick hotfix but if not, players may have to wait until the mid-season update goes live on January 14th.

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