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Another day, another issue popping up in the world of Call of Duty: Warzone. The latest problem the game is facing is a glitched paid-for skin that turns players invisible. In a free-to-play title that is supposed to be monetized through cosmetic items only, an item like this offers an unfair advantage to those investing money. The “Forest Spirit” Grinch skin may be glitched, but it’s still a problem.
What is the Call of Duty: Warzone invisible skin?
The Call of Duty: Warzone invisible skin is called “Forest Spirit.” It is available in the Eloko Bundle for 1800 CP.
The skin’s description reads: “Haunt the forest with the Eloko Bundle.” It makes no mention of turning the player invisible (as that would be outrageous), so it’s clearly a glitched item.
Players equipping this skin will become invisible to other players at different ranges. The skin can’t be seen at a distance of 125m for example, but it can be seen at 130m. The player flickers in and out of existence, with only their head and weapon remaining visible.
How to get the Call of Duty: Warzone Forest Spirit skin?
To get the Call of Duty: Warzone Forest Spirit skin, players must buy the Eloko Bundle for 1800 CP.
It’s not yet clear if the Forest Spirit skin will be sold on its own. For now, players must wait for the Store to feature the Eloko Bundle.
YouTuber Scop3s_ has demonstrated how the Forest Spirit skin turns players invisible in the video below: (Warning: Strong language.)
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