Warzone 2.0 Players Are Now Getting Killed By Invisible Enemies

No matter what loadout and perks you take into battle, there's only so much difference they will make. If you come face to face with a skilled FPS player, chances are they'll probably eliminate you before you can even react. The best chance you'd have is by either rushing them with your squad, or by getting the drop on them. If none of those seem to work out, you can always hope that you turn invisible.

You wouldn't really be hoping against hope, as numerous players have reported getting shot at by invisible enemies in Warzone 2.0 (thanks, Eurogamer). From videos posted to Twitter, we can see Warzone 2.0 players getting shot and killed seemingly out of nowhere. It's only later, via the kill-cam, that we see the opposing players' perspective – and they're mostly right in front of them. So it appears that a bug in Call of Duty's battle royale mode is turning certain players invisible.

It seems that there's no way for you to know if you've turned invisible, unless an enemy is right in front of you and doesn't notice you at all. Playing as a phantom and picking off enemies does sound like fun, but it isn't fair, of course. Despite what you may think, out of all the problems that the game mode has been going through, this one isn't even the worst.

Considering that Warzone 2.0 is a free to play game, imagine the shock of some players when the game locked them out and asked them to purchase Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 in order to continue playing. It's these kinds of issues that have seen the overall review rating for the game plummet. Even now, if you head on over to Steam, you'll find that the reviews sit at Mostly Negative.

The main reasons provided for these negative reviews appear to be server issues, balance problems between guns, hard crashes and the DMZ mode being just plain boring. Add 'enemies going invisible' to that, and it's not shocking that many Warzone players are not happy with the new iteration of the game mode.

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