The latest accessory of "Call of Duty: Warzone" Season 6 has become a dreaded nightmare for a lot of players. It appears that wearers of the new Strange Magic and Time of the Season wrist watches could be in peril. A new report claims that these cool accessories allow its wearer to be visible through walls.
On Reddit, streamer Khurlauss shared his surprising discovery about the new watch in "Call of Duty: Warzone." Based on the short clip, these watches give their wearers a disappointing disadvantage as they stand out even through walls. The watches cause a bright glow around the wearer's wrist, which is pretty visible even at a far distance.
In the short "Call of Duty: Warzone" video shared by the streamer, it shows that he ran in the middle of the Gulag, but his opponent's watch is visible in the form of a tiny speck behind the wall. Through this, Khurlauss was able to take out the enemy easily. As shown in the video, the bright light emitted by the watch is definitely not a good idea for players who want to be stealthy in the game.
PSA: Don't wear these watches because they are visible through walls (Strange Magic, Time of the Season) from r/CODWarzone
Another bug discovered in the Time of the Season's watch is that its display jumps in its wearer's face, which is a major distraction, especially when in the middle of a fight. This happened when the "Call of Duty: Warzone" player checked the time on his watch. Both watches with alleged bugs were introduced in Season 6 of the game.
These watches feature a distinct holographic appearance and easily became the fan-favorite among "Call of Duty: Warzone" players. PC Gamer suggested that the glitch could be fixed by switching it off. This is possible by toggling the Inspect Watch gesture.
According to the site, when this is done, the glow that makes the players visible through walls disappeared. "Call of Duty: Warzone" players could obtain these watches as rewards for reaching Level 93 on the Battle Pass. But, based on the report, it looks like the bonus is more of a headache than a bonus. Currently, the issue is not yet in the developer's Trello board of "Call of Duty: Warzone."
Gamers are looking forward that the bugs could be fixed before the integration of "Call of Duty: Warzone" to "Black Ops Cold War" happens in December. However, until these bugs are not yet fixed, players should refrain from wearing these watches.
"Call of Duty: Warzone" is currently playable on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.