Call of Duty: Warzone – How to Unlock The Leatherface & Saw Skins
Halloween is upon us! If players can’t dress up for Halloween this year, they can at least dawn their favorite horrors in Warzone. Trick or Treat!
Oct 20, 2020
Spooky season is upon us! Call of Duty: Modern Warfare & Warzone has taken full advantage of the holiday as noted by ‘The Haunting of Verdansk’ set to release on October 20th. Although players have limited confirmation as to what will be included in the Halloween update, data-miners have been able to uncover handfuls of spooky surprises.
While Zombie Royal is obviously at the forefront of everyone’ss mind, they’ve also noticed some new operator skins coming to ‘The Haunting.’ Players will be able to dawn Jigsaw and Leatherface operator skins for use in Warzone & Multiplayer. This guide will focus on how players can unlock these frightful faces.
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Most likely dropping on October 20th with ‘The Haunting of Verdansk’ these two skins will be available in their own special bundles. Unfortunately, it looks like players will have to purchase the skins from the Call of Duty Store if they want to flaunt them. That doesn’t mean players can’t hope for Halloween inspired challenges to unlock the skins for free in-game.
It could be fun to see specific challenges that relate to each character. For example, players could get X amount of kills with the FINN’s ChainSAW attachment in order to unlock Leatherface? Maybe a certain number of Claymore/Proximity Mine kills will unlock JigSaw? Will these be the only two famous horrors that will be included? It’s no surprise that players would love to run around as Jason Vorhees, Freddy Kruger, and Michael Myers (no… not Austin Powers.) This of course comes down to licensing & copyright issues, but players can be hopeful.
So when’s the last time horror fans have seen these famous faces? The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, directed/co-written by Tode Hooper was released back in 1974 and has since seen multiple sequels, reboots, and spin-offs. Most recently was Leatherface released back in 2017. The film, unfortunately, saw poor reviews on both IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes. As for Jigsaw, fans of the series know all too well that there are too many Saw movies to keep track of. Saw, The Final Chapter put the franchise on hold back in 2010, however, 2017’s Jigsaw began what could be an entirely new generation of Saw movies. Spiral: From The Book of Saw is set to release in 2021 and will star Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson.
Call of Duty: Warzone has been able to pull off a feat that the franchise’s past games have fallen short of. Around this time of year, players are already gearing up for the next installment, and have (for the most part) put Call of Duty down. Warzone has kept the community engaged during the holiday months with new content and seasons. It will even transcend into Call of Duty: Cold War. Who knows, maybe we’ll see Christmas themed Operators this coming winter. Being assassinated by Santa Claus will certainly add insult to injury.
Call of Duty: Warzone is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC
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Michael Colucci is a life long video game fan based out of the greater Boston area. He’s the one insistent on searching every last corner of the map for hidden items and easter eggs. A life long career in the service industry has sharpened his tongue as well. A handful of accolades for his work as a screenwriter backs his credibility when evaluating plots, characters and dialogue.