Call of Duty Warzone is a game played by a multitude of people, although in recent times cheaters and other problems are undermining the experience of hundreds of users around the world.
The free-to-play “twin” of the equally famous Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War is in any case receiving various updates and upgrades week after week, so much so that the news does not end there.
Season 4 Reloaded is in fact scheduled for July 15, with a new map, various weapon changes, and much more.
However, there is a potential concern that could bring back a Warzone problem already known to most and which was thought to be definitively resolved.
The Special Ops: Pro Pack will in fact add a new all-black skin for the Portnova operator (via VGC ).
This new cosmetic item is all too closely reminiscent of the controversial “Roze” skin, heavily criticized since its addition to battle royale as part of Modern Warfare‘s Season 5 paid battle pass, released last year.
The character’s extremely dark aesthetic made her really difficult to locate, especially when Roze decided to blend into the darkest corners of the map.
This was in fact an all too good opportunity for campers, placed in the corners of the map for low-energy kills.
Subsequently, Raven Software decided to correct (twice) the color palette of Roze, making it finally visible to most.
Now, however, with Portnova the exact same problem could recur: the hope is that the developers will immediately intervene in the problem, for the umpteenth time.
Below, a video useful to refresh the memory about Roze’s invisibility in Call of Duty Warzone (and the malpractices of some players).
Activision has long begun to intervene to try to eradicate the cheats from its most played shooter, making the experience accessible and “clean”.
The cheaters have in fact landed forcefully also s PS5 and Xbox Series X | S, making life hell even for console users (currently struggling with a serious auto-aim problem ).
Warzone has finally received a next-gen upgrade with textures made specifically for the next-generation platforms.