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5 Best Event-Themed Skins in Warzone History

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If there's one thing that Warzone is never lacking, it's excellent cosmetic enhancements. From the reveal of the game to the latest King Kong vs. Godzilla event, there have been countless amazing skins made available. If you're a truly dedicated Call of Duty fan, then these are the skins you should look out for should they ever return.

5 Best Event-Themed Skins in Warzone History

5. Kill Bill skin

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"Kill Bill" got a sweet skin styled after the iconic Quentin Tarantino film's protagonist, The Bride. It's not exactly stealthy, but makes up for it in the style department. It comes in the iconic yellow and black jumpsuit, along with a sick looking helmet and katana blueprint for your sword.

4. Leatherface

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One of the most popular slashers ever put on screen, Leatherface has a look as iconic as it is scary. His mask and smock combo in Warzone is no different, with an excellent design and detailed appearance. It actually looks like it belongs on a battlefield, which is hard to pull off, considering he's an enormous butcher in a suit and tie.

3. Godzilla Skin

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This awesome new cosmetic is, of course, heavily inspired by the kaiju king, with a deep blue color palette and dark textures. It looks both intimidating and impressive, especially in darker areas. As of writing, this skin is still available to buy.

2. Judge Dredd

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Despite sticking out like a sore thumb in the urban environment, Dredd is still an intimidating lawman on the battlefield. His unique red helmet and massive gold shoulder pads are badass, if unsubtle. Be sure to yell into the public mic that you are the law, or else you might as wear something else.

1. Mechagodzilla

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What beats the skin of a kaiju god? A mech that looks identical to that kaiju god! The Mechagodzilla skin is already a popular choice among Warzone players, with its badass silver and red aesthetic. While the only way to get it currently is to shell out $60 for the packs, if you have the money it's an excellent cosmetic.