Warzone Players Discover "Game-Breaking" Ghost Glitch

As Season 6 of Warzone progresses, attention is slowly shifting towards the upcoming release of Call of Duty: Vanguard and how it will be integrated into the battle royale. Season 6 brought in a lot of content for the community including The Haunting event which introduced new game modes and additional features in-game.

One of the most popular Perks of Warzone, Ghost has the ability to hide the player from enemy UAVs and Heartbeat Sensors. Although, one of the players has discovered this game-breaking glitch which causes the Perks effect to stop working and leaves unsuspecting players exposed.

One of the popular CoD Youtuber, Immortal has uploaded a nine-minute video showcasing the new Ghost glitch and how this bug is making the Perk inconsistent leaving the players confused and annoyed.

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Player Discovers Game-Breaking Ghost Glitch in Warzone

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The video explains in detail how this glitch is leaving players unsure if their rival team is aware of their presence on the map. This is a major issue for players using a UAV, as they ping every few seconds and reveal all the nearby enemies. However, this glitch makes it impossible to track enemy movements as they appear for a second and then vanish the next.

Raven Software has confirmed that they are aware of these issues and will be coming out with a fix pretty soon. Ghost has always been a popular perk to use in Warzone and is amongst one of the favourites in the Call of Duty community.

Players are hoping that the developers come up with a fix that resolves this problem once and for all and they can go back to using their favorite perk in-game. For more Warzone intel, find everything you need to know about the Warzone Halloween Event in our dedicated hub.

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