Warzone, the popular Call of Duty battle royale game, recently collaborated with Amazon Prime Video’s hit TV show, The Boys. While the collaboration brought exciting new skins to the game, players have expressed frustration and concerns about one particular skin being dubbed the “new Roze.” The Roze skin, known for its stealth capabilities and all-black outfit, had dominated Verdansk in the past, causing annoyance and gameplay imbalances. Now, with the introduction of Black Noir, fears are arising that history may repeat itself.
In the earlier stages of Warzone, the Roze skin allowed players to sneak up on opponents and disappear into the darkness, resulting in frustrating encounters for unsuspecting players. Despite attempts to balance the skin through multiple nerfs, the Roze skin remained a persistent problem until later stages of the Caldera lifecycle, where its effectiveness was finally diminished. Ultimately, the release of Warzone 2 saw the removal of the Roze skin, seemingly resolving the issue.
Warzone’s collaboration with The Boys introduced players to new skins inspired by the show’s characters. Among these skins, Black Noir has garnered significant attention and concern from the Call of Duty community. Players and streamers were quick to express worries about Black Noir potentially becoming a problematic skin akin to the infamous Roze.
The anticipation surrounding the release of Season 4 Reloaded and the unveiling of the Black Noir skin has raised eyebrows within the Warzone player base. Some players fear that Black Noir’s abilities and appearance may give rise to a similar gameplay experience as the notorious Roze. Concerned voices from the Call of Duty community have taken to social media, highlighting the potential impact of Black Noir and dubbing it “Roze 2.0.”
As the Warzone community voices its concerns, the developers and publishers behind the game are undoubtedly paying attention. Whether Black Noir proves to be an actual problem that requires addressing remains to be seen. Only time will tell if adjustments or nerfs will be necessary to maintain a fair and balanced gameplay experience in Warzone’s ongoing collaboration with The Boys.
The arrival of the “new Roze” skin in Warzone’s collaboration with The Boys has stirred frustration and concerns among players. Memories of the overpowering and elusive Roze skin have resurfaced, raising worries about Black Noir’s potential impact on the game. As the community eagerly awaits Season 4 Reloaded, they hope that measures will be taken to ensure a balanced and enjoyable gameplay experience, free from the dominance of any single skin.