Attack Helicopters Removed From Call of Duty: Warzone
According to Raven Software, attack helicopters have been removed from Call of Duty: Warzone due to the much-talked-about invisibility glitch that has been running rampant in the battle royale.
However, this isn’t a permanent change. Once the invisibility bug is resolved, the attack helicopters will be placed back into Verdansk and Rebirth Island. In the meantime, the normal helicopter is still available for use.
What Is The Invisibility Glitch?
For those who don’t know about this bug, here’s what you need to know. Players were acquiring self-revive kits and using the new attack choppers to become invisible to everyone on the map. As Eurogamer noted, although players who used this exploit were bulletproof, they could still die from the incoming gas, explosives, and vehicles.
Hopefully, with the removal of attack helicopters, we’ve seen the last of invisible players in Call of Duty: Warzone. We’ll update this story if there are any further developments.
On December 16th, Black Ops Cold War officially merged with Call of Duty: Warzone. All of Black Ops Cold War’s weapons and operators were added to the game along with the new Rebirth Island mini-BR map.
Furthermore, players will now share progression throughout Black Ops Cold War, Call of Duty: Warzone, and Modern Warfare. You can also level up the Black Ops Cold War Season 1 battle pass in each of those games too.
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