Call Of Duty: Warzone Players Say 'Naked Men' Are Ruining The Game
Warzone is no stranger to problems, and blimey, do players know it. The Call of Duty battle royale giant hasn't exactly maintained itself in the best of ways, and swathes of hackers and glitches have made the experience pretty heavily unbalanced.
But, Call of Duty hasn't exactly made things easy for itself. The focus hasn't exactly been glued to the game's many issues, and instead, has been on mainline Call of Duty integration and more ways to make money from fans - and players are deeply frustrated by their latest cosmetic attempt at making some bank, even though it's actually quite funny.
'Naked Men' Are Ruining Games For Warzone Players
Fans are beginning to complain that the latest addition to Warzone's paid cosmetics is incredibly bizarre, and breaking the immersion of the game. Yeah, naked giants running around might pull you out of the trenches of World War II, but then again, so do a myriad of glitches.
The Armoured Titan skin - an interpretation of one of the antagonists from the Attack on Titan anime - joins Levi as part of Call of Duty's crossover with the series. Not everyone is particularly keen, especially as without the beast's sheer size adding to its fear factor, it just looks like… a naked man. Just some dude darting about the battlefield in the nuddy. Brilliant.
Fans React To Naked Men In Warzone
Fans are taking to Twitter and Reddit to air their frustrations with the bizarre new skin, suggesting that their immersion is being sacrificed in favour of another cross-promotion. "Time to end this nonsense with Warzone 2," says one commenter. "Time to get back to a realistic style shooter and quit trying to copy Fortnite."
"I haven't been on Warzone because of Vanguard's integration," says another. "Good to know they're selling half fried battered humans now." Some claim they're leaving Warzone behind until the Attack on Titan skins are out of the way. Well, that'll show 'em.
It's certainly the most out-there Warzone skin, and one that kinda takes away from the aesthetics and atmosphere of WWII - but hey, the anime fans seem to be having fun with it. Just wait until Goku shows up - then there'll be an immersion problem.