The Call of Duty Warzone skin accidentally causes players to become almost completely invisible. The problem came at a time when Raven’s quality assurance team was on strike and Activision Blizzard’s management was not responding to the concerns of part of the company.
Charlie Intel Reports indicate that the character Francis Awoken for Call of Duty (unlocked at level 100 of the current Battle Pass) has appeared with a flaw that makes it completely invisible from certain distances. This gives skinning players an unfair advantage in the game and is referred to by some players as a “pay-to-win” mechanism.
You can see pictures of the problem below:
Warzone is the best in the world… Invisible skin pic.twitter.com/hZpQvbDJaL
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The problem has become notorious during the strike It takes place in Activision Blizzard – in addition to the holiday break for the game developers. As a result, work on the game will be slower than usual at the moment. Given the layoffs surrounding the QA team, this issue only proves why these employees are so important to the game.
on January 4 Al Ahli Bank of Kuwait workers alliance confirms that the strike is entering its third week And that the administration has not given any response until then. A new letter from Raven’s Quality Assurance division sparks controversy over layoffs and again calls for full-time jobs for all QA employees.
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