The latest Warzone controversy is back to the game’s most “Pay-to-Win” skin.
Call of Duty: Warzone is a game with more than a few problems, but one has been hiding under the surface for a while now. In Modern Warfare and Warzone season 5 we saw the introduction of Rook Skin for Roze.
This all-black skin makes the female operator extremely difficult to see, especially in the darkest areas of Verdansk. And despite the fact that thousands of players are taking advantage of the skin, there have never been requests to change it.
Now Warzone players are once again fighting against the Pay to Win skin, after seeing their dominance in a major tournament.
Why is Rook a reward for winning skin in Warzone?
Rook skin for Operator Roze in Warzone is classified as Pay to Win because it provides a real advantage in the game. Unlike other Call of Duty cosmetics, this all-black skin allows users to blend into the shadows without any hassle.
In fact, it is probably the whole idea behind the skin, since there is little or no color on the whole skin. Even the operator̵
Although Warzone’s Pay to Win pistol is no longer in the game, this skin has been around for two seasons.
New players entering the game’s royals can no longer even get hold of the Rook skin. Despite the fact that Roze was available as a package in the store, the all-black look was locked on the Tier 100 of the Season 5 Battle Pass.
Because of this, the game’s most OP skin will require real money to unlock, and possibly more to purchase the necessary levels, if you do not have the hours to paint.
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And what’s more, there’s no way to get the skin anymore, which makes it an advantage to pay to win that new players can not get.
Should Rook be removed from Warzone?
But why pick up Roze’s Rook skin again now, two seasons from the original controversy?
Simply put, it will be a nuisance. This is the iconic skin of the sweaty hardcore that Warzone players hate, but it provides a remarkable benefit to those who use it.
Just look at this screenshot from the recent Warzone Twitch Rivals Doritos Bowl tournament. Every player waiting to enter the private lobby uses the Pay to Win skin, which is clearly beneficial.
When there is a huge $ 250,000 on the roof, who is not going to get any advantage possible to win?
In the tournament, almost all competing players used Rook skin, despite 54 available operators. No other skin gives so much of an advantage in the game, and players again ask Activision to solve the problem.
Since this was a Battle Pass skin, it is unlikely that Rook will be removed. However, the skin may make small changes to make it more visible in play.
In the same tournament, a Warzone streamer was banned from the competition following unfaithful allegations. Now, however, it looks like the player was innocent, which led to Dr Disrespect calling the tournament organizers.
Recently, NICKMERCS broke its own Warzone personal record with a new load. We let you guess which skin he used.