Since its arrival on the market a little less than a year ago, Call of Duty: Warzone is one of the most popular free games. As of December 2020, the type experience Battle Royale had no less than 80 million players.
That being said, Call of Duty: Warzone has also sown controversy on several occasions. Despite all their good will, Infinity Ward, Treyarch and Raven Software introduce bugs that have major repercussions on the gaming experience. glitch recent that affected the parachute landing, the user Scop3s discovered a way to become invisible.
A recently added outfit, Forest Spirit GRINCH, is at the heart of the controversy. The cosmetic item offered at the cost of 1200 COD Points (approx. $ 15) makes it invisible at a distance of 34 yards if the enemy is not in aim mode Aiming Down Sight (ADS). The suit also makes it invisible at a distance of 55 yards if a player uses the precise aim mode. Still according to the research carried out by Scop3s, the player becomes partially visible at 125 meters (we only see the head and the weapon) with a weapon equipped with a sight with 4x zoom.
This is the second time in a month that players have discovered a way to go invisible in Call of Duty: Warzone.
Call of Duty: Warzone and the skins
The glitch Scop3s uncovered highlights a recurring problem with Call of Duty: Warzone: that of significantly superior cosmetic elements. Activision does not seem to have learned the right lessons. As recently as this week, the community was unleashing their rage against the skin opaque Rook for Agent Roze.
The reward offered at level 100 of the Battle Pass for season 5 of Call of Duty: Warzone allows you to blend into the environment … a little too well. The situation is such that a good number of players go after their opponents who use this skin in order to eliminate them as quickly as possible. Add to that the GRINCH fiasco and you have an incendiary cocktail for the gaming community that is not out of the woods.