New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….

Original story (published on March 15, 2022) follows:

Call of Duty Warzone is one of the few free-to-play titles in the long-running franchise. Activision said that the game had more than 100 million players as of April 2021.

But players have bashed developers and called Warzone a chaotic bug fest because of the number of issues that have surfaced since its launch. And as if these existing glitches weren’t enough, players are now reporting new issues with the in-game skins.


Polina ‘Cloaked for Combat’ skin bug

Many COD Warzone players are reporting (1,2,3,4,5) that the Polina ‘Cloaked for Combat’ skin is showing the default MW operator head. Some are apparently frustrated since they bought the skin and want to see Polina’s head.

You can see in the image below how the bugged Polina Cloaked for Combat skin looks like for some Warzone players.


@RavenSoftware can you please fix the Polina “Cloaked for combat” skin? I literally paid for it to be a bugged skin were the head is replaced with a default in the menu and then to become the Otter operator in game.

@RavenSoftware The Polina operator from the Locked Target bundle is showing up in the main menu with a different operator’s head and is often not usable in Warzone despite being equipped (default MW operator in its place). Just putting it on your radar!

Thankfully, Warzone developers are aware of the issue with the Polina ‘Cloaked for Combat’ skin and said they are investigating the problem.

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Astrakhan Skin bug

As it turns out, Warzone players are saying that the Astrakhan skin is bugged as well. Many say that the coat is blocking the view when they skydive or run in-game.

@RavenSoftware can y’all fix padmavati skins the coat keeps blocking when I’m skydiving an when I run

fix up the “astrakhan” skin please. my friend spent $20 just for a glitched skin. It doesn’t work on warzone!

Fortunately, Raven Software seems to be aware of the the issue and said they are currently investigating the bug.

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We hope Warzone developers soon find out the reason why the Polina ‘Cloaked for Combat’ and Astrakhan skins are bugged and fix it in the coming days so players can use them once again.

When they do, we will be updating this space to reflect the same so make sure you keep checking PiunikaWeb for more information. In the meantime, make sure to check out our dedicated Call of Duty bug tracker to see similar issues.

Update 2 (March 22)

05:54 pm (IST): A fix has been scheduled for the Polina Cloaked For Combat Skin issue. It will be included in the upcoming COD: Warzone update that will release on Wednesday.

Update 3 (March 24)

03:52 pm (IST): Raven Software released a new patch for COD: Warzone with various bug fixes. It also brings a fix for the Polina ‘Cloaked for Combat’ skin issue.

Update 4 (June 6)

10:08 am (IST): Raven Software has confirmed on its official Trello board that the issue with Astrakhan skin has now been resolved.

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Anurag Chawake
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My fascination with technology and computers goes back to the days of Windows XP. Since then, I have been tinkering with OS, mobile phones, and other things. When I am not working on anything, you will find me enjoying video games on some Discord server.

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