Call of Duty

Hackers Continue to Show Off Unreleased Halloween Skins in Warzone

Some players have found a way to unlock Haunting-themed Call of Duty (COD): Warzone skins ahead of the event’s launch.
Some players have found a way to unlock Haunting-themed Call of Duty (COD): Warzone skins ahead of the event’s launch. / Wes Craven, Kevin Williamson

Some players have found a way to unlock Haunting-themed Call of Duty: Warzone skins ahead of the event’s launch.

In true Warzone fashion, it seems a few content releases have been leaked to the player base ahead of the official launch. The new Halloween event, simply titled “The Haunting” is set to launch later this month with a select few themed bundles. Of these, two particular operator skins have made major headlines—Ghostface and Frank.

Some believe that the appearance of these skins is due to hackers and data miners managing to credit them to their own individual accounts. DBLTAP cannot confirm this is the case at this time. However, it isn’t unlikely for this to be the case.

Nevertheless, video clips, screenshots, and the like have made the rounds on social media as these players take to public matches to show off their new skins.

Of the operator skins planned for release during this year’s Warzone Halloween event, two of the most popular are Scream’s Ghost Face and Frank from Donnie Darko. Ghost Face’s skin was leaked earlier this month via a glitch while the Donnie Darko counterpart has been datamined from code.

Players should be able to pick up both operator skins either alone or as part of a corresponding bundle for COD Points on the COD store for the duration of the event.

Warzone’s “The Haunting” seasonal event is set to kick off on Oct. 19 and run throughout the rest of the month to end on Nov. 2. An exact time or content within the event has yet to be confirmed by Activision or Raven Software.