Call of Duty: Warzone Players’ Aims Are Made Worse by the Shadow Outcast Skin
Call of Duty: Warzone seems to have yet another bug. Since Raven Software launched the Caldera map, they have been challenged to keep up with the fixes. This time, the bug is caused by one of the game’s operator skins.
A Call of Duty: Warzone player has pointed out that there seems to be an issue with the Shadow Outcast skin. Players who equip this skin makes their weapons always shoot higher than where their reticle is aiming.
“Crosshair off center,” the player wrote on social media. “Bullets do not even line up.”
At first, players thought the problem was with their weapon or its attachments. Players realized later on that it was actually the Shadow Outcast Shigenori skin that caused it. “It is the operator skin, most likely,” another player wrote. “I had the same issue!”
This makes it nearly impossible to win a firefight in a long range battle. After all, in this situation, players will have to aim in a completely different place to where their shots are actually going.
Multiple Call of Duty: Warzone players are not too happy with this aiming problem. However, what makes matters worse is that they paid for the Shadow Outcast skin. It is currently part of the Curse of the Ancients bundle, which costs 2,400 COD points. Basically, devs are selling reduced aiming abilities for a low price of $19.99.
CoD fans who think that Warzone is starting to get too easy for them may like this skin. After all, they will get more of a challenge with the faulty aim. On the other hand, those who want to play normally like most people might want to wait until the devs fix the bug before they decide to buy the bundle.
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