Call of Duty: Warzone Players Furious with the Rook Skin

The long-awaited sequel to Call of Duty: Warzone is finally releasing soon. Players are excited to finally get their hands on the new game and explore their new maps. The new game would be released on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S.

In a recent update to the game, Raven Software has added a new operator skin for Warzone. The new skin is a grey color, which will make the game more balanced and give players a fair shot. This is just one of the many issues that Raven Software has had to address. Players will be able to see the new skin in most spaces, but in some cases, the skin could be too dark to see. The new skin will also not be available in the newest maps that have been released. Call of Duty: Warzone is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

Raven Software has released a new update for Call of Duty: Warzone, with the goal of addressing the visibility of specific operators. The most recent update, which is now live, is a targeted fix for Call of Duty: Warzone's stealthiest operator, Roze. For a while now, Roze has had a cosmetic skin called "Rook" which caused some complications with the game's lighting engine. According to the patch notes, Raven Software has applied a "70% adjustment" to the Roze Rook skin, which should make it visible in most situations. This is the latest update in a series of tweaks that have been applied in an effort to address Roze's visibility issues.

Roze's "Rook" operator skin has been a problematic release ever since it was introduced in the game's latest update. Players have been continually frustrated with the skin's ability to turn invisible in most situations, and the latest patch did nothing to reduce this. Raven Software has since applied a "70% adjustment" to the skin in the latest patch for Warzone, which should make it a bit more visible. However, this is not the first time that Raven has had to take action against the skin, and the problem is likely due to how the Modern Warfare engine handles lighting, which could be a problem with future releases as well. With a Warzone 2 release potentially just around the corner, Raven Software will want to ensure that this doesn't happen again.