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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.

Image credits: Activision Blizzard

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First Warzone nuke event teaser drops with possible location & date

The first teaser for Warzone’s highly-anticipated Nuke event has dropped, including a possible start location and date.



Warzone Season 2 nuke event

Treyarch have officially dropped the first teaser for the highly-anticipated Warzone nuke event that could destroy Verdansk, giving us a look at where it could start, and a date.

Warzone Season 2 is rapidly coming to its conclusion, with players excited at the possibility of some major changes to the battle royale and its map when Season 3 officially launches.

For weeks, leakers and dataminers have been discussing a possible Nuke event that could change Verdansk forever, however, Treyarch and Raven Software have remained tight-lipped about the possibility despite the anticipation.

That all changed on April 13, when Call of Duty League caster Joe ‘MerK’ DeLuca posted an image of a gift he received from the developers, which includes some major clues about what we can expect.

In the tweet, MerK showed off a special construction helmet he had been sent by Call of Duty, completely with Black Ops Cold War and Warzone on one side. On the other, a yellow warning sign with a gas mask sits above the phrase “Verdansk Dam.”

The package also include a message, which reads: “Once the hostiles reach here, we levee a guess that Verdansk is all but gone to the damned. April 21st 12PM.”

Not only does this give us the date of the event, but it confirms suspicions that the zombies who are running rampant across Verdansk will make their way all the way from the south of the map to the north, which will trigger the apparent demise of the area.

Hordes of the undead arrived at the start of Warzone Season 2, when a ship crashed into the shore near Prison, filled with zombies. Since then, the creatures have spread across Verdansk, taking over areas like Downtown and TV Station at different stages.

Many believe this event will lead to a brand-new Warzone map, although this remains unconfirmed. A sign spotted in Superstore on April 13 appears to confirm rumors that we could be heading to a 1980s-themed version of Verdansk, but we’ll have to wait for official confirmation on that.

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JGOD explains how to turn Warzone’s FR 5.56 into the ultimate M16 counter

Warzone YouTuber JGOD has revealed one simple trick that can make the FR 5.56 compete with the AUG and M16.



JGOD demonstrates Warzone's FR 5.56

Warzone YouTuber JGOD has revealed one simple change that can make the usually ignored FR 5.56 compete with the M16 and AUG meta.

The FR 5.56 has long been considered one of Warzone’s weakest weapons. With its wild bullet spread and low time-to-kill, most players have written it off as not worth their time – according to’s data, the FR 5.56 has a pick ratio of 0.1%. However, YouTuber JGOD has discovered a simple trick to make this weapon counter Season 2’s burst meta.

The AUG, and now the M16, have been running the long-range meta in Warzone Season 2. There aren’t any other weapons that can beat their TTK at distance, at least until JGOD discovered this FR 5.56 trick.

Warzone FR 5.56

Turning the FR 5.56 from a dud to one of the game’s best, you simply have to change the fire mode to single-shot. Warzone defaults this to the ‘B’ key on keyboards, so make sure you still have that bound. And for controllers players, you hit ‘left’ on the D-Pad.

JGOD explains how changing the fire mode fixes the biggest problems with the FR 5.56. While firing semi-auto, it becomes much more accurate with an easier-to-control recoil pattern. You’ll be able to down an enemy in a maximum of 7 shots, and with how fast you can spam the shots, its TTK up there with the best.

JGOD also said that what really sets it apart from the meta weapons is its bullet velocity, “particularly at range.” The weapon will almost feel hitscan at times, meaning you hardly need to lead shots and you can shoot enemies out of the air with ease.

JGOD’s semi-auto FR 5.56 loadout

  • Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
  • Barrel: FR 24.4″ Sniper
  • Optic: VLK 3.0x
  • Underbarrel: Commando Foregrip
  • Ammunition: 50 Round Mags

As long as you keep the FR 24.4″ Sniper barrel, you can really customize the weapon however you want. In solos and duos, you can take off the 50 Round Mags, and if you need more recoil control, you can opt for a Compensator Muzzle attachment instead. Just remember to switch the fire mode to semi-automatic.

JGOD said it’s unlikely that the FR 5.56 will take over the M16 and AUG as the meta as they’re just too easy to use, but the FR 5.56 is an extremely viable alternative. He calls it a “high skill” gun, but if you manage to land your shots, you’ll find great success even in the burst meta.

With Season 3 right around the corner, perhaps either the FR 5.56 or one of the new leaked weapons will become the new meta.

Image Credit: Activision / JGOD

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Possible Warzone Season 3 teaser discovered in Superstore

A teaser recently discovered inside Verdansk’s Superstore has further hinted at the major overhaul coming to Warzone’s map in Season 3.



Verdansk Superstore in Warzone

A new teaser discovered in Verdansk’s Superstore has made Warzone’s 1980s overhaul all the more likely for Season 3.

Most battle royale games, such as Fortnite, PUBG, and Apex Legends have several maps that change over time. This has led to much speculation that Warzone would be receiving another map down the line. We received Rebirth Island with Cold War’s integration, but players are desperate for changes to the 150 player battleground.

It was first rumored that Warzone would head to Urzikstan, the fictional setting for much of Modern Warfare, then Cold War’s Ural Mountains became the most likely candidate. We never received the Urzikstan map, and a leak has since revealed that the Ural Mountains was designed for a scrapped ‘Blackout 2.0.’

Cold War's Ural Mountains Alpine map

Now, however, we understand that Warzone’s Verdansk will be going back in time to a 1980s setting. As Cold War (set in the 80s) and Modern Warfare share a universe, a 1980s Verdansk is the perfect way to continue and expand on the developing story.

As noticed by Reddit user PuppyFTW, a new teaser for Season 3 has arrived in Superstore. Inside Superstore, a poster for the 1980s Moscow Summer Olympics has been found. This new poster alongside the leaked commercial for 1980s Verdansk makes Warzone’s 1980s overhaul all the more likely.

The United States led a boycott against these games in protest of the Soviet Union’s invasion of Afghanistan in 1979, and many countries joined in. With Russia’s invasion of Urzikstan being crucial to Modern Warfare’s plot, this real-life event could be used as inspiration for Warzone’s developing storyline.

With a poster from the 1980s remaining in Superstore until the present day, this could also be a hint that this fan-favorite location will remain after the overhaul.

Zombies have nearly overrun present-day Verdansk and a leaked upcoming game mode has revealed that it’s likely to end with Verdansk being nuked. We’ll just have to wait and see how this supposed nuke event will bring Verdansk back to the 80s.

It’s likely that more teasers for the highly anticipated Season 3 will continue to pop up around Verdansk and Cold War’s multiplayer.

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