Warzone Roze skin drastically nerfed in Season 4 update

Hamza Khalid
Roze skin nerfed in Warzone Season 4

The Roze skin has been accused of being being ‘pay-to-win’ since its addition to Call of Duty: Warzone and Raven Software have nerfed it once again in the Season 4 update.

CoD: Warzone Season 4 is finally here, and there’s a ton of changes to explore in the latest update. We have some new weapons like the C58 and MG 82 and various weapon buffs and nerfs.

The devs also addressed the controversial “pay-to-win” Roze skin, which has been causing problems for Warzone players due to its uncanny ability to blend into dark environments and resulted in this cosmetic being heavily altered in Season 4.

The developers tried to fix this problem in Season 3 by adding more brightness and colors to Warzone, but this caused other problems. So now, Roze’s skin has received material updates to increase its visibility.

While the skin hasn’t changed much cosmetically, it’s much easier to spot in the new season thanks to a lighter color scheme. Now, players can’t abuse its previously completely blacked-out nature anymore, allowing players not to be seen in dark places on the map.

This change will encourage competitive players to choose an outfit they like rather than the one that will give them the biggest advantage during combat.

Only time will tell exactly how effective this update to the Roze skin will be in the long run, but it seems to have solved the issue so far.

Season 4 of Warzone also brought brand-new Satellite POIs, the Red Doors feature, weapon and attachment updates, as well as a large number of bug fixes. We’ve also seen weapons like the Cold War 1911 starter pistol get nerfed in the update.

For more on Call of Duty: Warzone Season 4, stay tuned via Charlie INTEL and check out our recent articles on every tier in the Season 4 Battle Pass or how the developers have teased the return of the Specialist Bonus.

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Hamza is a Content Creator & Publisher at Charlie INTEL, who graduated from Bahria University with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration. He's spent the past few years covering news and guides for various video games, including Call of Duty and Apex Legends. He loves digital art, movies, and comic books. You can contact Hamza at [email protected].