We know the controversial Roze skin which has plagued the Warzone community has received nerfs in the past but this time it has been nerfed properly.

Developers Raven made a significant change to the skin for the start of Season 4 making the extremely dark skin much brighter. *community rejoices*

The skin has caused uproar throughout the community for months, many have dubbed the all-black Roze skin a “pay-to-win” skin.

In 2020 the “Rook” skin for Roze was available to purchase as part of the Modern Warfare and Warzone Season 5 premium battle pass unlocked at tier 100.

The main issue with the skin was with the way it looked. Entirely matte black with zero reflective surfaces, which made it virtually impossible to spot in dark areas of Verdansk. It was like she was wearing a black wet suit, a black mask and as if that wasn’t enough she also had black face paint.

If you play Warzone you have likely come up against a Roze skin before and if you haven’t, consider yourself lucky. Either way, you know how many dark spots there are throughout Verdansk where there could be a Roze lurking in the shadows.

This being a perfect example:

Raven did try to fix the Roze skin in Season 3, but their efforts fell short of making any significant change. This time, however, it seems the Roze reign of terror has finally come to an end.

In the below, video YouTuber TheExclusiveAce conducted some in-game testing and Roze does look much more visible in dark areas especially when looking into a building from outside. There’s almost a grey luminescent glow to the skin as opposed to being all black.

Fingers crossed that will be the last of the “pay-to-win” skins but only time will tell.

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