In late 2021, Call of Duty: Warzone got a pretty big update thanks to the arrival of Call of Duty: Vanguard. You got a new large map and other changes. And in the process, a nasty problem quickly arose.
It had to do with a certain skin. The skin in question was the Operator Francis’ Awoken skin. One that you could only use once you reached Tier 100 in the Battle Pass. But when you had it, you had a significant advantage in Call of Duty: Warzone.
Call of Duty: Warzone issue resolved
If you were a player who had unlocked this skin in Call of Duty: Warzone, you had a significant advantage. At a certain distance it was then hardly possible for enemies to see you. Your body then simply became invisible and you could only see the player’s head. It’s a bug that has really been in the game for a very long time. The community was pretty pissed off that such a bug was in the game. And it didn’t help that it took a very long time before the effort was made to fix it. But in the category of ‘better late than never’, the problem has now been fixed.
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A #Warzone update is live!
Patch Notes (see Jan 5): https://t.co/c5RLdmMEW6
Additionally: Happy 2022! We’re excited to be back to work. Here’s the first of many updates we are working towards over the coming weeks. Look for more updates soon and keep the feedback coming! pic.twitter.com/VMnxJK9j6G
– Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) January 5, 2022
In addition to the dezicability issues, developer Raven Software has also removed a few other bugs from the game. For example, there was a problem with each loadout drop being in the exact same spot, making it a place where you could go to wait for and take out enemies. Also, a collision bug has now been fixed, which should make everything run just a little better and make it more fun to get started with Call of Duty: Warzone.
Plenty to do
While these solutions in Call of Duty: Warzone are a good step, there is still plenty of work. On their own Trello board you can see what people are working on.