There's a new glitch active in Warzone that will turn a player completely invincible and invisible. Here's how to kill the cheaters anyway:
We're only a day into the new Warzone season and there's already another game-breaking exploit ruining matches. In possibly the worst exploit of the battle royale's history, even beating the infinite Stim Warzone glitch, this new technique makes a player both invisible and invincible.
Of course, the user can still fire at players in-game with no issue, leading to some easy wins. However, there is a way to kill an invisible player if you come across one in-game.
Warzone's Invisible Player Glitch
For those that are yet to witness the invisible Warzone player glitch, it's actually very easy to pull off. The glitch involves the new Attack Helicopter, which has made its way into the battle royale, meaning that the new addition may shortly be getting temporarily removed.
UPDATE: A new tweet from Warzone developers Raven Software confirms that the Attack Helicopter has now been removed from the game. It will reportedly be back when the issues are resolved.
We're not going to discuss how exactly what a player has to do to turn invisible in the hopes that fewer users will exploit this issue. However, early reports suggest that the bug is one of the common exploits to encounter in Warzone to date.
This is already leading to dozens of invisible players ruining matches for a free Warzone Victory. But it turns out that there is a way to take down an invisible enemy without using a gun at all.
While Warzone's invisibility glitch makes a player impervious to any incoming fire, there's one thing that does, in-fact, harm them.
Killing the Invisible 'God Mode' Warzone Players
Thanks to one Reddit user, we know that these invisible Warzone players can be killed. However, it's going to be tricky to take them down when encountering the users in your battle royale game.
In a new clip posted to the Warzone subreddit, user downtown44's teammate is the last surviving member of the squad. The team made it to the last circle in the new Rebirth Island Warzone map.
However, once here, one player gets taken down by an invisible enemy. Realizing that there's no way to win, the remaining user 'sub10mile' decides to get in a car and attempt to run the cheater over.
When this fails, they get out of the vehicle again, resigned to their fate. To their surprise, the invisible enemy then boards their car, aiming to disrespect the player by running them down for the win.
Unfortunately for the cheater, it turns out that being inside an exploding vehicle is a special sort of insta-kill that will take down even an invincible enemy. Through the use of a C4 from close range, sub10mile blows the cheater sky-high and claims their rightful victory.
Sometimes, even in Warzone, cheaters do get what's coming to them. In the past, we've even seen two riot shield players beat a Warzone hacker in an epic fight.
Despite NICKMERCS' claim that Warzone is dying due to a hacker infestation, the game is very much alive. In fact, the battle royale recently hit the 85 million player mark.
This makes it all the more disappointing that Activision is yet to invest in a decent anti-cheat software. And it's no surprise that those same cheaters are now infiltrating the Call of Duty League.