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How to get Scream Ghostface skin in Warzone & Cold War: Release date, price & contents

Find out how to equip the Ghostface skin in Call of Duty: Warzone during The Haunting event to make your Halloween fights even scarier!



Warzone Ghostface skin

One of film’s most iconic characters is set for its debut in Warzone Season 6 as the Scream Ghostface Operator is on their way to Verdansk, and here is how to claim this iconic skin for yourself.

What’s your favorite scary movie? The classic line from the legendary horror franchise can now be spoken by you to your enemies as you rock the new Scream Ghostface skin in Call of Duty: Warzone.

The look’s simplicity is what makes it so appealing, as it’s just a black robe and a fear-inducing white mask.

The look and concept have spawned four films – with a fifth in the works – and the Warzone Ghostface skin comes to the Call of Duty battle royale, and here’s how you can obtain it.

How to get Warzone and Cold War Ghostface skin

To be able to equip the Scream Ghostface skin in Warzone, you will have to shell out COD Points and purchase the “Scream Operator Bundle.”

It comes with the “Ghostface” Legendary Operator Skin, so simply purchase it, and select it from your Operator skins.

How much is the Scream Operator Bundle in Warzone and Cold War?

The Scream Operator Bundle will set you back 2,400 COD Points, understandable given the top-tier nature of the costume and license, and this translates to roughly $19.99 / £16.79.

To find out more about COD Points, check out our full guide covering the different amounts you can buy and much they cost, so you will know what you need to get to obtain the Warzone Ghostface skin.

What’s in the Scream Operator Bundle in Warzone and Cold War?

For 2,400 COD Points, Activision is making sure you get some bang for your buck, and the bundle comes with an Operator skin, weapon skins, and more.

Here are the complete contents of the Scream operator Bundle in Warzone:

  • Ghostface – Operator Skin
  • Plot Twist – Weapon Skin
  • Slasher – Weapon Skin
  • Ghost Blade – Weapon Skin
  • Cordless Phone – Charm
  • Scary Hours – Watch
  • Violent End – Finishing Move
  • SCREAM – Emblem
  • Stabbing Motion – Calling Card
  • Double XP Token – Consumable

That concludes everything you need to know about the Scream Operator Bundle in Warzone!

The Warzone Ghostface skin fits in perfectly with the Halloween season, and if you want more sweet Halloween goodness, then make sure you know everything about Warzone’s The Haunting event.

Also, check out how to fix Packet Loss & Packet Burst in Warzone Season 6.

Image Credit: Dimension Films / Activision / Raven Software

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Are Warzone servers down? Warzone current server status update

Are the Warzone servers down? That is what many players ask when they can’t connect to the game, so we have the current server status covered for you.



It is always frustrating when players cannot connect to the servers of Warzone and play when they want to. Here’s how you can check the current server status for the battle royale title.

Warzone has become one of the most popular multiplayer games in the world following its release in 2020, with an extremely large playerbase. However, sometimes fans aren’t able to hop into the game and enjoy its content.

This happens whenever the servers go down, preventing players from connecting to the game. When this happens, you’ll need to check the game’s current server status and see when if they’re currently online or not.

Here’s everything you need to know to see the current server status of Warzone.

Are Warzone servers down?

No, the Warzone servers are currently up and running smoothly. Call of Duty servers were down on August 16 after players reported connection issues across Warzone and Vanguard, but this issue has since been fixed.

Warzone players were facing server issues, with multiple reports coming in of stuttering, freezing, and lag in lobbies. Some players claimed to have been experiencing these issues all week.

At the moment, the Activision online services support page states that Call of Duty: Warzone servers are up and running on all platforms. This website keeps a constant update of the online services for the high-profile first-person shooter series

When the site updates, it alerts community members who visit it whenever there is an issue, such as the Warzone servers being down.

Another resource to check the current Warzone server status is the official Activision Support Twitter or Raven Software Twitter account. These Twitter accounts will post updates regarding current problems with games like Warzone when they arise, such as server outages.

The Activision Support Twitter posts updates on these issues including when they are resolved. Keeping an eye on this Twitter account can help you know if any problems are currently happening with the title.

We will continue to update this article with the current server status of Warzone whenever issues arise and are resolved.

For more Warzone, check out how to lower input lag in Warzone as well as the best PC Settings for Warzone Pacific Season 4 Reloaded.

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Warzone devs set to add smaller Titanium Trials squad size after community vote

Warzone players called for Titanium Trials to cover more Squad sizes, and Raven put the change to a community poll.



Warzone’s Titanium Trials rewards the best players with Terminator-themed rewards but with the mode being Quads only, players were calling for smaller squad sizes. Raven Software put it to a vote, and are set to add a smaller squad size to the competitive mode.

Warzone Season 4 Reloaded included a crossover with the classic Terminator franchise, bringing Arnold Schwarzenegger to both battle royale and Vanguard. That’s not all though, as they also dropped the Titanium Trials mode, a more hardcore version of Warzone where winning grants unique rewards.

With Titanium Trials being a high TTK Squad game, teamwork is key to winning and earning the Ultra Camos. If you can’t pull together a squad of four, you’re resigned to solo queuing, which is a coin flip at best.

Players have been calling for Titanium Trials to cover more Squad sizes, and the devs heard the requests loud and clear. Although there are only a few days left of the event, Raven Software put a Titanium Trials Duos mode to a vote.

Warzone’s developers asked players whether they want to see Titanium Trials replace the regular Duos mode, and put it to a vote on Twitter. At the time of writing with 12 hours left on the poll, 60.3% of the 19,434 users voted for Titanium Trials Duos to replace the regular Duos mode.

The next Warzone playlist update is set for Thursday, so, unless there’s a huge swing in Raven Software’s poll, Titanium Trials Duos should arrive on August 18. With Warzone Pacific Season 5 set to arrive on Wednesday, August 24, this means that Titanium Trials Duos should stick around until the end of the season.

The 40% of players who voted to keep the regular Duos might not be too happy, but it will only last for a few days, then regular Duos should return with the Season 5 update.

Season 5 is set to be Warzone’s final season before Modern Warfare 2 arrives and the game shifts to Warzone 2, for which you can check out the leaked release date.

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Frustrating Warzone Stim glitch is back ahead of $300k WSOW tournament

As the $300k World Series of Warzone tournament approaches, competitors are having to deal with the infamous Stim glitch.



The infamous Stim glitch has returned in Warzone Pacific and is causing problems for players ahead of the $300k World Series of Warzone tournament.

Warzone Pacific players have been given the opportunity to win a whopping $300,000 cash prize by participating in the open in-game qualifiers of the World Series of Warzone tournament hosted by Activision.

However, a frustrating problem has popped up in the tournament as the notorious Stim glitch has made its return and is giving players that use the tactical equipment an unfair advantage in battle.

When you find yourself overwhelmed by enemy opposition in Warzone Pacific, you can use the Stim tactical equipment to get a health boost while vastly increasing your movement speed. This will allow you to get away and stay in the fight longer.

However, the stim glitch affecting private matches ahead of the World Series of Warzone tournament makes players impossible to take down by giving them an insane speed boost along with infinite health.

Competitive player ‘Entervene’ tweeted a clip of them using the stim bug to secure a kill in Warzone. It showcased them moving extremely fast while surviving the gunfire they were facing from their opposition.

While Stims are meant to give you a speed and health boost, they aren’t supposed to make you nearly impossible to kill. The opponent didn’t stand a chance against Entervene after they used the tactical equipment.

This World Series of Warzone tournament has already been hit by allegations of cheating, and these could get worse if players use the stim glitch to secure kills during matches. It remains to be seen how the developers will respond to this issue.

For more Warzone, check out the Warzone 2 release date possibly being leaked in these Activision documents as well as our guide on how to check the Warzone server status.

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