There’s a Warzone Invisible Skin glitch with Awoken and players are fuming.
Players have been complaining about the sheer number of glitches and bugs in the game since the last major update which went live on the Call of Duty: Warzone servers on December 15th, 2021.
There was hope that the last update would fix the bugs that were plaguing the game since the launch of the Caldera Warzone Pacific map earlier this month, but the last update nerfed the popular Automaton Assault Rifle.
There were some bug fixes, but the new ones introduced have the made the game less playable, especially for those playing on console. PS5 players have been reporting constant crashing errors. Xbox users are getting the Goldflake error and it seems the only way to get rid of it is purchasing Xbox Live even though it’s not required.
It seems like we have one of the biggest glitches so far, a Warzone Invisible skin glitch. If you thought the Roze skin was bad, this takes invisible Warzone skin glitch takes it to a whole new level. Here’s what you need to know.
Invisible Skin Glitch in Warzone
Ex-pro Call of Duty player Benny Central found the Warzone invisible skin glitch and posted a video of the issue in a tweet. This was actually discovered two weeks ago today but the skin in question, Awoken, is unlocked at tier 100.
Most players don’t purchase all of the tiers and instead need to work their way to tier 100 of time. That means it hasn’t been as big as an issue and you might not have come across the invisible skin glitch until recently now that more players have completed the Battle Pass.
The tier 100 Awoken skin prevents players from seeing you past 35 meters after the December 15th update. The glitch appears to happen for both enemies and teammates and due to the fact it’s in the Battle Pass, it’s a pay-to-win skin in it’s current state.
The Warzone Awoken tier 100 invisible skin glitch won’t be fixed until the new year at the earliest. However, we’re hoping a maintenance patch can be pushed out before more players abuse the invisible skin as soon as they hit tier 100.
If you haven’t seen it in-game, here’s a look at the invisible glitch in action:
— BennyCentral (@BennyCentral) December 15, 2021