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Major Warzone Ghost glitch breaks popular Perk

Players are reporting that a glitch with the Ghost Perk in Warzone Season 6 is causing major problems in the game.

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Ghost is one of Warzone’s most popular Perks, thanks to its ability to hide the player from enemy UAVs and Heartbeat Sensors. But a “game-breaking” Season 6 glitch is causing the Perks effect to stop working, leaving unsuspecting players exposed.

With Call of Duty: Vanguard so close to its worldwide releases, many fans are jumping into Warzone Season 6 for Verdansk’s final chapter.

Season 6 has brought plenty of Halloween-themed content to the battle royale with The Haunting event, from the new Ghost of War skin to an entire batch of new challenges.

However, with all the spooky additions, the Ghost Perk has also been broken by a “major” glitch.

CoD YouTuber Immortal explained the new Ghost glitch in a recent upload to his channel.

Ghost is supposed to stop players from showing up on enemy UAVs and Heartbeat Sensors, allowing them to stay hidden.

The bug appears to be making the effectiveness of the Perk with UAVs extremely inconsistent, with users being obscured one moment and revealed the next.

Equipment like UAVs ping every few seconds, revealing nearby enemies with each one. Immortal notes that as it stands, some pings will randomly reveal an enemy’s position, then the next will see them vanish again.

The glitch, which he describes as “pretty game-breaking,” is leaving squads players unsure of whether or not a rival team is aware of their presence or not.

Immortal also mentions that it is an issue for players using a UAV, as it’s impossible to track enemy movements if they are constantly appearing and disappearing from the map.

Ghost has been a divisive perk in Warzone for some time, but the way it is working at the moment is causing issues for every player.

Raven Software has confirmed they are aware of the issue and have a fix on the way, although they did not give a timeframe for how long it will take to implement.

It shouldn’t be too long before the developers release their fix for the Ghost Perk glitch and fans can trust they are being hidden 100% of the time.

As always, stay tuned on Charlie INTEL for all the latest Warzone updates.

For more on Warzone, check out how to get the Donnie Darko skin Season 6, and the latest playlist update.

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Best Volk loadout for Warzone Season 4 Reloaded

The Volk is a solid Assault Rifle to use in Warzone Pacific Season 4 Reloaded, so here’s the best loadout including attachments and Perks.

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The Volk is a fast-firing AR that can be deadly in the right hands. So we’ve put together our best Warzone Pacific Season 4 Reloaded loadout for it featuring optimal attachments, Perks, and Equipment.

Warzone Pacific Season 4 Reloaded is well underway, and players have been quick to test out different weapons after the season shook up the meta with several buffs and nerfs as well as a new gun in the Vargo-S Assault Rifle.

The Volk Assault Rifle is not one of Warzone’s most popular weapons, with WZ ranked showing a mediocre pick rate of 0.65%. However, recent buffs have turned the Volk into one of the most underrated weapons in Warzone.

Here’s how to make the best Warzone Pacific Season 4 Reloaded Volk loadout.

Best Warzone Volk loadout attachments

  • Muzzle: Recoil Booster
  • Barrel: Krausnick 428mm 05V
  • Optic: Slate Reflector
  • Stock: Reisdorf 22V Adjustable
  • Underbarrel: Mark VI Skeletal
  • Magazine: 7.62 Gorenko 45 Round Mags
  • Ammunition: Subsonic  
  • Rear Grip: Taped Grip
  • Perk: Perfectionist
  • Perk 2: On-Hand

We’ll start off this Volk loadout by equipping the Recoil Booster to boost the fire rate and recoil control, while the Krausnick 428mm 05V will improve the weapon’s bullet velocity and damage range.

Given this Volk loadout is meant to be used as a close-range AR, the Slate Reflector is a go-to optic. You can use the Reisdorf 22V Adjustable and Mark VI Skeletal to improve the Volk’s ADS movement speed as well as its sprint-to-fire time.

The 7.62 Gorenko 45 Round Mags will grant you enough ammo to kill multiple enemies, and we went with the Subsonic ammunition to keep you off enemy mini-maps when firing the Volk.

Coming to our choice of perks, Perfectionist will provide another valuable boost to recoil control, whereas On-Hand will further increase ADS speed.

Best Warzone Volk Perks and Equipment 

  • Perk 1: E.O.D
  • Perk 2: Overkill
  • Perk 3: Amped
  • Lethal: Throwing Knife
  • Tactical: Stim

We recommend equipping E.O.D as your first Perk so that you can tank explosive damage from Grenades, C4, and Claymores that enemies will throw your way during close and medium-range battles.

Overkill allows us to pair the Volk Assault Rifle with a long-range gun like the ZRG 20mm Sniper Rifle, and Amped is perfect for quick weapon swapping during different combat situations.

The Throwing Knife allows you to finish off opponents at close range, and the Stim will grant you a health boost if you find yourself facing an overwhelming number of enemies.

How to unlock the Volk in Warzone

You’ll need to be Level 55 to unlock this gun in Vanguard and Warzone Pacific Caldera.

While it may be tempting to use some of the post-launch weapons that are now free for all players, unlocking the Volk is well worth your time as you’ll gain a powerful close-range weapon.

Best Warzone alternatives to Volk

If you’re looking for a great alternative to the best Warzone Volk loadout then we recommend trying out the Cold War AK-47. You can also go for the Cooper Carbine, which is easy to handle in combat.


For more Warzone, check out how Shotgun fans are annoyed with the close-range SMG meta or find out when Plunder is coming back to Warzone.

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Shotgun fans annoyed with Warzone’s close-range meta dominated by “broken” SMGs

Warzone’s close-range meta has been dominated by SMGs for several seasons, much to the dismay of Shotgun fans.

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Warzone players have voiced their frustration with the longstanding close-range meta dominated by SMGs, leaving no room for Shotgun viability.

Warzone’s Season 4 Reloaded update brought several buffs and nerfs to the battle royale, but while it altered the long-range meta dominated by the NZ-41, it did very little to impact the close-range meta.

For some time now, Vanguard SMGs have completely commanded the close-range meta with other viable options few and far between. Not only does this limit the opportunity to use Modern Warfare and Cold War SMGs, but it also limits the viability of Shotguns in Warzone.

Vanguard SMGs like the Armaguerra 43, Marco 5, Type 100, and even the recently nerfed H4 Blixen are amongst Warzone’s top weapons in terms of popularity and K/D.

Even Warzone expert JGOD’s recent video highlighting Warzone Season 4 Reloaded close-range meta is almost exclusively dominated by Vanguard SMGs.

Players have picked up on this trend and voiced their frustration with Warzone’s close-range meta. The question many players seem to be asking is: why has there not been a consistent Shotgun in Warzone’s close-range meta for months on end?

As this Reddit post explains, the entire shotgun class seems to continuously get neglected in favor of increasingly broken Vanguard SMGs.

The comments showcase a healthy debate between players discussing the state of Shotguns in Warzone. The most convincing of the bunch summarizes a possible reason behind the notable absence: “Shotguns are always either totally broken or useless they are a plague to balance.”

They weren’t the only player to share a similar opinion: “Shotguns are impossible to balance well since they’re only useful if they can basically one-shot at close range, otherwise an SMG is pretty much always better.”

Players seem to believe that the degree of difficulty involved in balancing Shotguns is what’s holding the weapon class back. It would be tough to justify a one-shot kill weapon capable of downing a player with a maximum health of 300.

Alternatively, one player gives the ideal example of what a balanced Shotgun felt like: “I would normally agree but the VLK pre-buff is a great example of a shotgun that was actually kinda decent but not OP.”

While it seems like some players believe a middle ground is achievable, the majority of players are wary of repeating past mistakes: “Dude, you must’ve not been here during the whole doof-doof crisis, plus the JAK-12 and the Streetsweeper.”


For more, check out how Warzone players are also frustrated with skydiving gunfights and how they want a Modern Warfare exclusive LTM before Modern Warfare 2.

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Warzone Pacific August 8 update patch notes: Dev Error fix & H4 Blixen nerf

Here are the full patch notes for Warzone Pacific Season 4 Reloaded’s August 8 update which has nerfed the H4 Blixen and fixed a Dev Error.

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Warzone devs Raven Software released a patch on August 8 that fixes a common Dev Error as well as provides a movement speed nerf for the H4 Blixen in Season 4 Reloaded.

Season 4 Reloaded has been a breath of fresh air for players as Warzone’s meta is the most varied and balanced it’s been in a long time. While minor nerfs to some Modern Warfare weapons on August 3 slightly dampened the excitement, most would agree that the meta is still in an excellent state when it comes to variety.

Unfortunately, since the start of Season 4 Reloaded, several players were encountering a Dev Error that would prevent them from enjoying the new meta. Now, Raven Software have taken the appropriate steps to fix the Dev Error issue plaguing the Warzone experience.

Dev Error 5476 fix & H4 Blixen nerf

Dev Error 5476 was preventing players from joining matches after the Season 4 Reloaded update. While there were a few DIY fixes for the Dev Error, this should no longer impact players trying to enjoy Warzone as the devs have fixed the issue with the August 8 update.

Furthermore, the devs have reverted an unwanted change from the August 3 update that was supposed to nerf the H4 Blixen‘s 7.62 Gorenko 54 Round Mag attachment.

When the update went live on August 3 it accidentally buffed the attachment. This unwanted change has been corrected with the August 8 update and the attachment’s movement speed has been decreased by 2%. In addition, the popular SMG also had its max damage reduced to 38 from 39.

Warzone August 8 update patch notes

BUG FIXES

  • Fixed an issue causing Players to encounter Dev Error 5476 which caused the game client to crash.
  • Fixed an issue causing the H4 Blixen’s (VG) 7.62 Gorenko 54 Round Mag to increase movement speed by 2% rather than decrease it as intended.

WEAPONS

Weapon Adjustments

» Submachine Guns «

H4 Blixen (VG)

  • Max Damage reduced to 38, down from 39

For more, check out our ranking of the best guns in Warzone Season 4 Reloaded.

Source: Raven Software

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