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Call of Duty: Warzone’s game-breaking invisibility glitch is back

It appears that the invisibility glitch has returned to Call of Duty’s Warzone as a video has surfaced showing a player mysteriously dying.

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Warzone is being plagued by another invisibility glitch that is making players completely undetectable to the naked eye in Call of Duty’s popular Battle Royale shooter.

The CoD community is still enjoying Warzone despite some glitches affecting gameplay as the active player base count is still high, but people are becoming more and more impatient with every new glitch that makes its way to the game.

It seems that Activision Blizzard‘s Warzone seems to gain a new technical fault each week and this is the latest in a long string of invisibility and/or invincibility glitches in the game.

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CoD: Warzone invisibility glitch

Sometimes glitches can be fun and can even be funny. But when you’re in the middle of a game of Warzone and you get killed by a ghost, then that just isn’t ideal.

This was the case for Twitter user Zombo as they posted a video to Twitter showing this exact series of events happening to them.

In the video, Zombo is quite clearly aware of the presence of an enemy near them and they have their pistol locked and loaded and ready for a fight.

Our player stands there aiming for an eternity waiting for the other player to emerge, but they never do. Then a moment of panic hits as Zombo realizes the player is there, but they can’t see them. Zombo then blindly fires in front of them to no avail.

They are quickly gunned down and the game goes from 11 players remaining to 10 in the unfortunate blink of an eye. Even if this took place during the first skirmish of the map it would still be unacceptable, but given that it was so close to the end it looks even worse.

When something like this happens, it creates a seed of doubt in the backs of player’s minds. What’s the point in getting a boatload of kills just to make it to the final two, just to be killed by someone that was never going to appear on your screen anyway.

Glitches of this nature are usually taken very seriously by the developers and this has been seen previously with the infamous attack helicopters that had to be removed from Warzone. So with some exposure, we’re sure they’ll be hard at work on a fix.

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Best perks to use in Call of Duty: Warzone

Every CoD loadout needs the best perks to match, so here are the best perks to use in Warzone Season 1’s Verdansk and Rebirth Island.

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A CoD loadout is nothing without the upgrades to match, so here are the best perks to give you a competitive edge in any Warzone game mode.

While Warzone is now a standalone game, it is still connected to Modern Warfare. It uses its engine, menus, movement system, and perks. In Warzone Season 1, none of the perks from Black Ops Cold War can be used, so you must equip Modern Warfare’s.

Here are the best perks to use in Call of Duty: Warzone Season 1.

Perk 1

CoD Warzone EOD perk

E.O.D

E.O.D reduces explosive damage taken, which makes it a vital Perk in Call of Duty: Warzone. If you’re stuck in a room with players outside, expect a barrage of Semtex and Frag Grenades coming at you. If you have any hope of surviving, you need to have E.O.D equipped.

As long as you have a sliver of armor left, you can survive any explosive other than a direct hit, so keep putting on plates and you’ll be invulnerable.

Double Time

Double Time allows you to Tactical Sprint for longer, as well as crouch walk faster. Mobility is key for pushing enemies and avoiding the closing circle of gas.

In solos, you need to be the first person in the next zone and Double Time will allow you to quickly move around the map without a vehicle revealing your location. The increased crouch walk speed also gives you high mobility while sneaking up on enemies.

Perk 2

CoD Warzone Overkill perk

Overkill

With Verdansk having both long lines of sight and close-quarters combat, most players bring both a long-range and up-close weapon in their loadout. The Warzone meta following the DMR nerf is a Kar98k paired with either an FFAR or MAC-10.

Use Overkill to get both weapons in your first loadout for effectiveness at all ranges, then take either Ghost or Restock from your next loadout crate and you’ll have the best of both worlds.

Ghost

Ghost is probably the most used perk in Warzone. With UAV’s constantly being popped, and almost every player running a heartbeat sensor, keeping yourself off the radar is vital.

You can sneak up on teams and make a quick getaway if you’re in a tight spot. Or, if you’re a building camper (no judgments here), listen to your enemy’s rage in the death chatter as you take them by surprise.

Restock

CoD Warzone Restock perk

Restock is only useful if you’re an extremely confident, aggressive player. If you’re driving around the map taking out bounty target after bounty target, Restock is a must-pick. Starting a fight with a well-placed Stun Grenade will almost always give you the kill, and Restock allows you to get your equipment back every 50 seconds.

You’ll lose out on the Ghost perk, but if you’re driving at enemies to take them out as quickly as possible, then Ghost really won’t be necessary.

Perk 3

Amped

As Gaz said in Call of Duty 4, “switching to your pistol is always faster than reloading.” This remains true in Warzone over a decade later, and the Amped perk makes this all the more effective.

There’s nothing worse than running out of ammo and watching helplessly as you’re taken out while either switching weapons or reloading. Amped allows you to almost instantly swap weapons so you can keep shooting with minimal delay.

Tracker

CoD Warzone Tracker perk

This perk is especially effective in solo matches, where you’ll usually only be focusing on a single player at a time. This perk allows you to see the enemy’s footsteps so you know if someone has been nearby recently. With how slow and tactical solo matches can be, you’ll be surprised how many times it will save your skin.

Best perks for Warzone solos

Warzone solos is almost an entirely different game from squads, where you must quickly rotate into new zones and know where enemy players are in order to survive. Here are the best perks to get that solo victory.

  1. Double Time
  2. Ghost
  3. Tracker

Best perks for Warzone squads (duos/trios/quads)

In Warzone quads, you’ll be fighting multiple enemies at once so you’ll need E.O.D to survive multiple explosions and Amped to avoid reloading mid-fight.

  1. E.O.D
  2. Overkill then Ghost
  3. Amped

Run these perks along with the meta weapons, and you’ll be putting yourself at a significant advantage in both Verdansk and Rebirth Island.

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NICKMERCS reveals his dominant FFAR Warzone loadout

The FFAR has become one of Warzone’s most powerful weapons. Here’s NICKMERCS complete loadout for the Assault Rifle.

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The FFAR is undergoing a resurgence in Warzone thanks to recent nerfs to the DMR. Nick ‘NICKMERCS’ Kolcheff has created a new, overpowered loadout to dominate Warzone.

The Warzone landscape has officially changed with the DMR no longer being a dominating force that puts other weapons to shame. It’s eligibility as a bonafide Warzone winner has gone. This means that other weapons are now in the running as the main meta weapon.

An old Black Ops Cold War favorite is very much popular at the moment. So much so that NICKMERCS is running the FFAR in Warzone and he’s found the perfect way to utilize it.

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NICKMERCS FFAR Warzone loadout

There’s been a lot of discussion since the Warzone Jan 13 update as to what could become the new king of Call of Duty. The Kilo 141, the M4, and AMAX have all been discussed as heir apparent.

But many people, NICKMERCS included, have taken to the FFAR. The weapon is essentially the FAMAS, which has been present in multiple CoD games over the years, and it ruled BOCW’s early days.

Here are all the setting that NICKMERCS uses for his FFAR in Warzone.

  • Muzzle: Agency Suppressor
  • Barrel: 21.2” Ranger
  • Underbarrel: Bruiser Grip
  • Ammunition: Salvo 50 round fast mag
  • Stock: Raider Stock

The loadout does take a hit on the FFAR’s accuracy somewhat. But it also greatly increases its range and damage. For someone like NICKMERCS, a drop-off in accuracy isn’t the end of the world as it’s far more manageable for a pro like him.

So many guns, integrated from Treyarch‘s Black Ops Cold War, have been dropping like flies recently. Along with the DMR, we’ve also seen the demise of the MAC-10 and the Diamattis.

Even though he thinks that the FFAR could “replace a lot of the SMGs”, NICKMERCS also says: “Are you going to see me or anyone else for that matter with this in a tournament? Er, nah.”

It remains to be seen how long the FFAR will be a go-to weapon for Warzone players. But in any event, it’s definitely an option to consider for the foreseeable future.

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Warzone squad sets new kill record at 143 kills

A new Warzone kill record has been achieved, at an impressive 143 kills. This surpasses Vikkstar’s record of 138 kills.

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A new Warzone record has been hit, raising the new quads mode record to a stunning 143 kills.

A new group of players has beat the previous quads kill record of 138 and now take the crown for most kills at 143.

The group, composed of players TheMylesLive, JerK, ScummN, and Stukawaki achieved this gameplay on January 11, 2021. This surpasses the previous record set by Vikkstar, Abezy, Cellium & Priestahh.

The squad, armed with DMR’s and MAC-10’s managed to turn the entire server into swiss cheese, mowing through every player unlucky enough to be in the path of their carnage. One player, Stukawaki even managed to pick up an impressive 48 kills solo, which put him at the top of the scoreboard.

Following Stukawaki’s kills, we have ScummN with 43, TheMylesLive with 27, and JerK with 25.

Considering this record beats the previous kill record set in May 2020, it may be some time until this record is beaten. The DMR meta equipped players to take down enemies in record time, so players will definitely have issues trying to top this record.

Regardless of the meta, this record is very impressive and the gameplay clearly shows the synergy and communication between this well-tuned squad of expert players.

This record has flown a bit under the radar for a few days now, but its official: the previous 8-month standing Quads kill record set by professional Call of Duty players, has now been beaten by a rising group of Warzone superstars.

Could this be the ultimate record?

With the DMR meta being patched by Raven, leaving the rest of the Black Ops Cold War weapons for use in Warzone, we imagine it will be quite some time before players get comfortable enough with the new loadouts.

We’ll just have to see what weapons the community gravitates to in the coming weeks, and how efficient squads will be at winning gunfights with them.

With that said, a huge congratulations to all these players for setting the kill record. You can find all their Twitch channels below.

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