The powerful vehicles, which were originally introduced in the limited time Armored Royale mode, were added to Warzone’s regular battle royale modes this week with the launch of Season 4.
But with the wider introduction of armoured trucks, an invisibility glitch returned to the game.
“We have pushed an update in #Warzone to remove the Armored Cargo Truck due to an ongoing issue with players becoming invisible,” Raven said.
“Armored Cargo Trucks have been removed to avoid this issue as we continue to investigate a permanent fix.”
Raven temporarily removed Warzone’s Armored Royale mode in February in order to help combat an invisibility glitch.
The invisibility issue first reared its head in December 2020 following the introduction of attack helicopters to the game.
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Raven is also currently investigating a new Warzone issue which can result in crashes when using certain QBZ blueprints. In the meantime, it said to avoid the following blueprints: Fresh Powder, Smoke Valley, Soul Survivor, Death Metal, and Cross Check.
Warzone’s Season 4 update introduced the new Ground Fall event and the Verdansk Resurgence Mini limited time mode.
Ground Fall challenges players to locate and secure SAT-Links to earn rewards across Warzone and Black Ops Cold War, including an Epic Secondary Weapon Blueprint if all challenges are completed (see the Black Ops Cold War Season 4 patch notes).
Warzone’s Season 4 update also added a dirt bike and three new points of interest at launch: Satellite Crash sites, Hijacked Gulag, and Red Doors which enable players to instantly teleport to different locations around the map.