Call of Duty: Warzone has had a rocky historical past with autos, and that pattern continues with the sport’s newest patch. On Thursday, developer Raven Software announced that it’s eradicating minigun helicopters from the sport as a result of they’re inflicting gamers to flip invisible.
The change cropped up shortly after the sport’s season 2 Reloaded patch went reside on Wednesday. A observe on the bug was rapidly added to Raven’s public Trello board, the place the developer retains monitor of issues it’s engaged on in Warzone. On Thursday, the developer tweeted that it’s merely going to take away the minigun choppers from the sport.
Raven doesn’t specify whether or not or not the minigun helicopters will make it again to the sport. But based mostly on that undeniable fact that the problem is on its Trello board — which is normally reserved for issues that Raven plans on fixing — we are able to hope that it’ll return sooner or later.
Unfortunately, this isn’t the primary time Call of Duty: Warzone has had issues with autos turning gamers invisible. In reality, final 12 months there was a remarkably comparable drawback taking place with the sport’s assault helicopters, which required them to be removed at the moment, too. Earlier this 12 months we discovered that the invisibility drawback isn’t restricted to air autos both. The armored truck from the Armored Royale recreation mode let gamers disappear as nicely, main to the whole mode being briefly disabled.