[Update: Fix released] COD: Warzone Zombies Mastery Camo not available for some weapons, issue under investigation
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on September 09, 2021) follows: Source[/caption]
Naturally, after waiting for five seasons, many were looking forward to finally show off their skins. But to their disappointment, the COD: Warzone Zombies Mastery Camo skins were not available for a few weapons.
As a result, many COD Warzone players are angry with Raven Software. And they have every right to be. Players have waited months for something that should have been in the game when it was merged.
I have the fara 83 and the c58 which I have completed zombies camo for but are unable to be equiped in warzone. Also form this note the etool does not have the mastery camo available
Yeah all the mastery camo’s are showing 0 on mine too despite having it in BOCW, hopefully they’ll push out another update ASAP
Luckily, it looks like Raven Software is aware of the bug where the Zombies Mastery Camo is not available for a few weapons and devs are already investigating. However, they did not share any ETA on when it will be fixed.
The game has so many bugs and issues that we have a dedicated bug tracker for COD: Warzone. Moreover, many have complained of hackers running rampant in the game, even after the ban wave.
If this trend continues, it won’t be long before players get frustrated and move on to a new battle royale. Let’s hope Activision takes a lesson from these events and works on fixing the issues affecting players every day.
Having said that, we will update you once Raven Software brings Zombies Mastery Camo skins for the remaining weapons in the game.
Update 1 (September 29)
05:08 pm (IST): A fix for the missing Zombies Mastery camo for some weapons has been released according to the public Trello board for Cold War and Warzone-related developments.
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