Warzone players have unfortunately discovered the infamous “invisibility glitch” has returned after the Season 4 Reloaded update went live.
Another bug has reared its ugly head in Call of Duty (COD): Warzone—and players are not happy. This time, players are being forced to contend with the treacherous invisibility glitch that visually hides opponents from their targets. Clips have been making the rounds on Twitter featuring law-abiding fans being all but devastated by the see-through “specters” of Verdansk.
The Notorious Warzone Invisibility Glitch has Returned
Not even Warzone’s most popular content creators are safe from its ire. Recently, well-known creator and streamer JGOD fell victim to an invisible foe—a clip he quickly published on his own Twitter profile with the simple caption: “Invisible People are Back SMH.”
In the clip, JGOD’s team found themselves locked in a battle with an invisible player. Experienced fans such as James and his teammates were able to recognize the exploit immediately—even as their opponent melee’d the streamer to the ground.
“F*** this game,” he said.
This sparked another wave of backlash toward Raven Software as fans have started calling for a “global boycott” en masse. Some even called the patch’s new weapon balancing into question, noting that the changes are “nice, but a playable game is even better.”
One reply even went as far as to call the franchise a “scam.”
Ultimately, the consensus by fans in the clip’s replies was that all the issues have drained Warzone of any enjoyment. Several expressed that while they did once have fun playing, they’ve since stopped due to the tidal wave of problems.
One user remarked that they felt bad for streamers who were “kinda forced” to play the game to make a living.
“Let’s all be honest,” they wrote, ”the game is awful and low key no one enjoys playing anymore.”
As usual, no one holding the reins for Warzone has issued a statement or acknowledge the glitch’s return. Raven Software’s Twitter account remains silent at the time of writing despite multiple tags and calls for action on the platform. We can only hope that the publicity through streamers encourages the developers to push out a fix faster.