Warzone’s Roze skin is still causing havoc for players

Andrew Highton
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Call of Duty: Warzone’s most notorious skin is still causing players a great deal of trouble due to its uncanny ability to blend into dark environments. Players are once again calling for it to be nerfed.

It’s amazing to think that it’s nearly time for CoD: Warzone Season 4 and the Call of Duty community are still asking for the Roze skin to be nerfed. The “pay-to-win” skin has caused problems in Warzone for months due to its completely blacked-out nature, angering players.

The devs promised that the skin would be nerfed for Season 3, and to an extent, it has been. But not the skin directly, instead, Verdansk underwent a big cosmetic overhaul by adding a lot of brightness and a larger array of colors to its palette.

But this has brought about its own separate issues that players want to be fixed, and Roze is still a prevalent force in most Warzone lobbies.

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Frosty_Trees posted to Reddit in an attempt to bring awareness to the issue once more, with a video showing how problematic Roze still is.

In the clip, the player dashed into a building that pretty much looked to be secure and devoid of any other presence.

They even ran halfway into the room before getting absolutely destroyed by a seemingly invisible player. Was it a hacker or a cheater? Nope.

The replay showed the enemy player prone in the corner of the room effortlessly blending in with the dark walls of the room.

Even checking the replay, it can be hard to distinguish the skin from the rest of the room. One user said, “They need to either get rid of this skin or put her in a fluorescent jacket like she’s working on a building site.”

The apparent fixes for Roze have clearly not been as effective as they possibly could’ve been, whilst it does leave Raven in a difficult position to change a paid skin, Fortnite has done it before by nerfing a “pay-to-win” skin.

Also, find out how to watch Warzone & Cold War Season 4 reveal.

Image Credit: Activision / Raven Software

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