Raven has sent Call of Duty: Warzone armored cargo trucks into the garage after returning from a farm that saw players use tank-like trucks to become invisible.
Season 4 of Warzone arrived this week and carried (among other things) a new armored truck "Big Bertha". If you’re familiar with Warzone’s story, you’ll know that new vehicles come in from time to time with an annoying mistake that makes players invisible: it happened twice by helicopter and you won’t know it, come back.
And so, less than a day after adding them, Raven announced that he had temporarily sent the trucks to the garage to be tuned.
❗️ We've introduced an update to #Warzone to remove the armored cargo truck due to a permanent issue with players becoming invisible. The Trello has been updated. There is still a lot of loot to be found on the satellites. It's a fight to the death for HARP and a free Loadout. 🛰️ https://t.co/qt0uSYGYbuJune 17, 2021
It's not even the first time these trucks have caused a point of invisibility. The Berthas were originally added to an Armored Royale LTM, a mode that took off quickly because, you guessed it, trucks turned players into ghosts.
Not everyone wants to see the trucks return, mind you. While invisible players are absolutely a problem, Eurogamer reports that players had many more reasons to hate the almost indestructible Berthas. YouTubers have proven it how powerful they can be even alone, a rolling bunker with a connected turret that will allow you to easily shoot down dozens of enemies in a matter of seconds.
“Leave this on LTMs like Armored Royale,” YouTuber Westie has tweeted in response and Raven. "That's almost like Fortnite when Mechs were added. Clearly, there was good intention, but the reality is that they're just mistreated and make the game less fun for everyone that is unfortunate enough to be released by them." .
Raven & # 39; s Public trail has been updated and we would expect a solution to recover the Berthas as soon as possible. However, it remains to be seen whether they remain long-term.