Call of Duty: Warzone Glitch Lets Players Use Red Doors to Turn Invisible

Raven Software, They’re Doing It Again

Even in the aftermath of developer Raven Software’s latest attempt to punish Call of Duty: Warzone cheaters through massive ban waves, the cheaters have evolved, adapted, and are continuing to make a nuisance of themselves. Right now, it seems like a lot of cheaters are taking advantage of a glitch in the game to once again turn invisible.

Yeah, that’s right, this is far from the first time players have been haunted by–and shot by–enemies they can’t see. Previous fixes were supposed to have trimmed the invisibility glitch out, but after Season 4 went live in mid-June, a new glitch arose using the mysterious red door portals.

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These red doors are supposed to lead players into special high-value loot rooms, and they do generally accomplish this task, but unscrupulous players can also use them to exploit the invisibility glitch. If players can cook a grenade, grab an ATV or dirtbike, and travel through the red door portal all at the same, then they can turn invisible and wreak havoc on everyone else in the game. The timing needs to be perfect to pull it off, but plenty of cheaters are willing to take the risk when the payoff is so sweet–and infuriating if you’re the unfortunate facing an invisible foe.

Needless to say, many players are less than thrilled with this trend, and several claim that they have tried to report the glitches. Unfortunately, it seems that invisibility glitches are a perennial issue for Call of Duty: Warzone, just like bugged vehicles and broken weapons.

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As of writing, Raven Software has yet to comment on the situation. Hopefully, the developers won’t just ban everyone involved, as the invisibility glitches aren’t quite at the level of ruining the game for everyone.

Call of Duty: Warzone is currently available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series S|X, and PC.

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