Ancora problemi per Warzone 2.0: un bug rende i giocatori invisibili thumbnail

Still problems for Warzone 2.0: a bug makes players invisible

Still problems for Warzone 2.0: a bug makes players invisible thumbnail

If you can’t see them you can’t fight them, and that’s perhaps what generates more frustration, especially considering that the game is a battle royale shooter. Warzone 2.0 players are complaining about some problems, above all a bug already known to the first Warzone players: the invisibility bug.

Due to a technical problem some players become practically invisible. Several videos show the players deleted by these “ghosts”. Here are some clips.

NME reports that the first Warzone also had a similar problem, caused by some updates related to helicopters and armored trucks. To address this issue, Raven Software decided to temporarily remove these vehicles from the game last year.

Warzone 2.0: players tired of constant problems

Since its November 16 launch, players have reported numerous bugs in Warzone 2.0. Some of these included completely random character deaths and issues with the “social” button on the controllers. Over the weekend many players were unable to even start the game. These were asked to buy Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, although the two titles are absolutely independent.

Since its launch on February 16, the video game has recorded an excellent result in terms of downloads (remember that Warzone 2.0 is free) but the reviews are almost all negative. As of this writing, according to reviews on Steam, only 34% of users (out of almost 9,000 reviews) gave positive feedback.

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