In CoD Warzone, Players fight Unfair Skins with Spray Paint

In CoD Warzone, Players fight Unfair Skins with Spray Paint

Graffiti versus annoying skins: In Warzone, players can now get creative.

Fighting injustice with spray paint? Sounds like street artists like Banksy at first. But it’s also happening in Call of Duty: Warzone right now. Because players have found an unusual way to deal with an unfair skin.

What’s the problem with the skin? The rook skin for Operator Roze has been causing heated Pay2Win debates in Warzone for a while. The paid outfit is completely matte black and makes the wearer extremely difficult to see. That is why the skin appears extremely often in professional tournaments.

This is how players use color against the skin

The user TheMazilla has presented a method on Reddit to make the Roze skin more visible: During the preliminary round, he is specifically looking for carriers and spraying them with paint. Then brightly colored patterns adorn the previously black outfit and Roze is much more noticeable.

Most of the comments are enthusiastic about the idea and want to participate in the future. The hope is again and again that the developers will be driven by such actions to find an official solution for the problematic skin. Because the player method is not perfect.

Just a stopgap

The sprayed paint disappears after the wearer dies. So that Roze is still colorful at the start of the match, you have to catch her in the last seconds of the preliminary round. To spray you also have to get close to the other player, which often means your own death – but many are happy to agree to this sacrifice.

The spray paints are not always visible to all players, for example, sometimes they are not even displayed at greater distances.

So far there has been no information from the developers as to whether the hated Roze skin will get a rework in the future. In the official Trello, at least it does not appear in the planned fixes. There is another chargeable skin there that makes its wearer completely invisible through a bug.

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