Call of Duty Warzone players angry because ‘pay-to-win’ invisible skin is not fixed


On the eve of the new year, we saw Call of Duty Warzone received a rather substantial overhaul; a new map has been added to the title, new mechanics have been added to the game and we also have a new big battle to complete.

Since rolling out the update, there have been some pressing issues with the game. As the unpleasant persistence of winter terror, Krampus, we’ve also seen the Awoken Francis skin run rampant across both Caldera and Rebirth Island (to the chagrin of many serious and casual players).

The current state of the game shows that players equipped with the Awoken skin appear in the game as just a floating orange head. Sure, you need to get to Tier 100 in the battle of Caldera to be able to equip it, but once you’re there, the player is heavily penalized, a lot of harder to see on map due to glitch.

At the time of writing, this issue is still unpublished – completely – on Warzone Trello. The issue is being fixed on the Warzone Subreddit. A cranky player, evilmonk234, asked ‘How can Raven leave a skin invisible for more than a day? ‘

Fans on Twitter are also agitated, responding to official tweets from the developer asking it to fix the ‘pay-to-win’ interface. A glance at any official CoD account and its tweets will find players annoyed in the replies.

Since we’ve been seeing players voice concerns about their skin since December 15th, it’s fair to say that players are feeling the pinch – This is not the first time After all, we’ve seen Raven and Warzone suffer from stealth bugs. Where not long.

Supposedly Activision made a song and danced about long-awaited anti-cheat tool going live in the recent Call of Duty Warzone, this new glitch will become all the more annoying if you’re just trying to have a nice, honest game by CoD.

There is currently no official update from the developer regarding this bug or when it is likely to be resolved.

Activision Blizzard, the publisher of Call of Duty: Warzone, is currently a sexual assault lawsuit filed by the State of California. Due to undiscovered problems at the company, consolidation efforts have been made by employees, although an executive from the company try to thwart these efforts. Call of Duty Warzone players angry because ‘pay-to-win’ invisible skin is not fixed

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