Following multiple reports of the return of invisibility and unlimited stim glitches, several "Call of Duty: Warzone" players are now complaining about at least two glitches that ultimately affect their gameplay and overall gaming experience.
"Call of Duty: Warzone" Zone Circle Disappearance
A strange glitch, which until now has no known surprised lots of "Call of Duty: Warzone" players. While playing in the game mode Buy Back, players claim that they could not see the circle on the map. This did not change even when they landed.
Because of this, they are unaware of where the storm would be coming from or how close they are to their deaths caused by the gas. In any battle royale title, following the circle is one of the crucial unwritten rules every player should know. However, it appears that with this bug, it would be incredibly difficult to play the game, considering that players could not see the circle.
It seems that the circle is not the only problem in the mode. When they checked their money counter, they discover another disappointing issue; the player did not get any money. In the Buy Back mode, players spawn in with $4500, which allows them to buy themselves back in case they die.
Another "Call of Duty: Warzone" bug was reported by another player earlier. They claimed that sometimes they freeze while they are interacting with a loadout drop. In the footage shared on Reddit, fans can see that as the player attempts to interact with their loadout drop, they froze, which enabled another player to destroy them easily, leaving the frozen players no chance to even react.
Bugs and glitches are not surprising in "Call of Duty: Warzone" or in other online games. Last December, the game was hit by the pesky invisibility glitch that caused players to be easily taken down by invisible enemies. Earlier this month, the Infinite Stim glitch returned, which allowed players to hide out in the gas by using infinite stims. Aside from bugs, there are several error codes too that different types of games experience, especially the battle royale titles.
At the time of this writing, Raven Software, the team behind "Call of Duty: Warzone" has not yet said anything related to the recent reports about these bugs in the game. Players are hoping that these issues would be fixed as soon as possible.
"Call of Duty: Warzone" is a free to play title released in Mar. 2020. The game is playable on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.