Warzone Pacific patch PPSh-41 change

Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific mid-season update has changed the Gold camo

The gold camo is no longer... gold.
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With the launch of every Call of Duty title comes new camos for fans to work towards. Call of Duty: Vanguard is no different ,and there are Gold, Diamond, and Atomic mastery camos to work towards. This year, the grind has been particularly frustrating to some players as camo progress was bugged for a handful of guns. When Warzone Pacific launched, the Vanguard mastery camos made their way into the battle royale. As a result, you can show off your hard work in Caldera and Rebirth Island. Following the Season One mid-season update, however, it appears that the way the Gold camo looks in Warzone Pacific has changed.

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The Call of Duty content creator known as JGOD shared a video which compares each mastery camo before and after the recent update. There appears to be no problems with the Diamond and Atomic camos, as they look the same. However, the pattern that made the Gold camo unique appears to have been removed. It has instead been replaced with a matte black design with only a hint of gold.


Will the original gold camo return to Warzone Pacific?

At the time of writing, it is unknown if the change to the gold camo in Warzone Pacific is a bug or if it has been done intentionally. With Raven Software yet to respond, only time will tell if the design will be returned back to its original form. Recently, it was announced that Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone Pacific Season Two will be delayed until February 14. This is because the developers are focusing on bug fixes before rolling out new content.

Perhaps, the gold camo could be reverted as a part of a future patch. To keep an eye on the bugs and glitches that are being worked on, you can visit the Warzone Pacific Trello Board.

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