Call of Duty Warzone: A tremendous glitch is back, for the umpteenth time

Call of Duty Warzone: A tremendous glitch is back, for the umpteenth time

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With the arrival of the new Season 4 Reloaded, fans of Call of Duty Warzone and Black Ops Cold War have begun to get their hands on a whole host of new content recently added. In addition to the news, however, it seems that the bad omens of some players have found a real response within the new patch. Yes, according to the testimony of a player it seems that a hated bug has returned forcefully, for the umpteenth time.

Although the signs were positive, the new Skin inserted in Call of Duty Warzone with Season 4 Reloaded also brings back the invisibility glitch. The nightmare of the players is back then, with the last negative experiences related to the Skin of Roze that come back to life in the shoes of a new glitch that inherits the tremendous bug. To reveal the bad news was an enthusiast, who posted a clip in which he is riddled with shots without noticing any enemies nearby.

The absurd thing is that in one way or another this bug it seems to come back constantly. It does not matter how many times he appears in the game (we are now in fourth place) but once again invisibility lies behind some of the most absurd eliminations that can be suffered in the battle royale. After a series of reports from players, the details of the return of this hated glitch are still unknown, but we hope that everything can be solved as soon as possible.

Please tell me I'm not loosing my mind, but did y'all see the guy? This was taken yesterday July 17th from CODWarzone

At the moment we don't even have official statements from Treyarch or Activision, but in the past the US company has shown a lot active in solving this kind of glitch. Official confirmation is expected, and it is hoped that the next correction will be the final one.

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The hopeless state of Call of Duty: Warzone

When Activision announced Call of Duty: Warzone last year, it planned to revolutionize gaming with an all-new COD BR experience. Both fans and popular streamers were excited to try the game once it released.

That is exactly what happened. Only a short while after Call of Duty: Warzone launched, it already had millions of players, and Fortnite streamers like Nickmercs, TimTheTatman, Symfuhny and many others had already jumped ship.

As Warzone's popularity grew, Activision's hopes for the game did as well. It invested a lot in the BR game and made it the center of attention of the Call of Duty franchise. Even with new games like Cold War and Vanguard being released, Warzone is here to stay and will be integrated with all upcoming COD titles.

Unfortunately, all these big plans surrounding Call of Duty: Warzone came crashing down when Activision and Raven Software couldn't solve the simple gaming problem of cheaters and hackers even after much effort.

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Players have desperately demanded an anti-cheat for Warzone over the course of the last few months. Thousands of YouTube videos and Reddit posts have exposed hackers, and while Raven Software might manually ban them, the problem doesn't go away.

Raven Software might have banned over half a million accounts that were found to be cheating or hacking. But the fact that so many hackers have existed in the game for so long is concerning in itself.

Compared to Call of Duty: Warzone, games like Fortnite and Valorant are doing extremely well because players can enjoy them without having their games constantly ruined by hackers or glitches.

It can't be denied that the content of Call of Duty: Warzone in the past few months, and all that is about to arrive (according to the leaks), sounds very exciting. But unless the game gets a permanent anti-cheat software, the content will not be enough to engage players.

Streamers such as Dr Disrespect, Nickmercs, Cloakzy and TimTheTatman have already expressed their intentions to move onto the next big game that arrives. This is also going to be the case with the casual players if Activision doesn't get its house in order and pull Call of Duty: Warzone out of this hopless state.

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