Roze’s Invisible Skin from Season 5 fixed by Warzone Fan | Time to balance the game

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A Warzone fan fixed the most popular Roze’s Invisible Skin and this made the hiding trick in the dark quiet harder and noticeable.

Call of Duty: Warzone is a free-to-play game developed by Infinity Ward and Raven Sofware, and published by Activision. It was released in 2020. It’s a battle royale video game and 150 to 200 players can participate in a single match. It can be played in solos, duos, trios, and even in a four-man squad.

The game has two modes: Plunder and battle royale. Players land from a plan and loot from buildings and kill other players. By looting and killing other players, they receive cash. They can trade the cash for limited access player custom classes, item “killstreaks”, and gas mask. The main purpose is to kill all and remain the last man standing.

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Roze’s Invisible Skin

Rook Skin was launched in Season 5 and since then the players are complaining about it as it can be almost invisible and it’s a massive advantage in the game. The Rook skin for Roze is a Legendary unlock and It can only be found in Tier 100 of the Season 5 Battle Pass. Rook Operators can hide in the deepest areas of Verdansk and seem almost perfectly hidden with ease.

Invisible Skin Fix

The skin was creating so much problem that Warzone players started a petition to remove the skin in a recent tournament. After that, a Warzone player Krauzber has shown a possible way to fix this issue without removing the skin.

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For making the Operator as visible as possible, the Warzone fan has tried their best to lighten up the skin. Instead of removing Roze’s Rook skin from the game. Somehow this tiny change can make the game s little more fair and playful.

After all this, we can say that the devs will take a look at it for fixing the glitches and balance the game for everyone.

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