Call of Duty (COD): Warzone players are reporting that the infamous Roze skin invisible bug has returned.
The Roze skin has been something of a recurring joke in Warzone. Upon release, it was touted as one of the most difficult skins to see given the game's dark, gritty color scheme. This, combined with the skin's matte black monotone color palette, made spotting her difficult—to say the least. Raven Software eventually "nerfed" the skin by adding a glow-like texture to it in low-lighting and brightening the atmosphere of Verdansk, overall. However, it appears that Roze's glowing complexion has been removed in Season 6.
Warzone's Roze Skin Bug is Back, Players Say
In a post on the CODWarzone subreddit published on Sunday, Oct. 31, user DefunctHunk_COD included an item of what appears to be the Roze skin in a dark setting. Here, she is missing her glow, turning her into nothing but a silhouette against the dim lighting behind her.
"Has the Roze skin nerf been reversed?" DefunctHunk_COD asked, "She's back to being basically invisible."
"Seems to be that way since s6 launched," user Petroschek replied.
Revilohamster seemed to agree, writing, "I also noticed it's back to how it was. The 'glow' they added got removed and now all the sweats returned to using it."
Others blamed DefunctHunk_COD for their own poor lighting settings, saying that the reason they shouldn't see Roze was because they had the screen too dark.
"Dude your whole settings are f***ed, you cant even see your own f***ing hands or the gulag walls properly ," wrote LowKickMT, "easy fix: adjust brightness and contrast and you can finally see something. its magic."
However, an influx of similar posts bearing the same grievance beg to differ. There has been a handful of Roze nerf posts on the CODWarzone sharing anecdotes and questioning whether the nerf had been inadvertently reversed. Unfortunately, DBLTAP cannot confirm whether or not the reversal is legitimate.
Neither Raven Software nor Activision have acknowledged the issue with the Roze skin at the time of writing.