7 Original Warzone Skins We’re Mad Are Gone

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Call of Duty: Warzone was full of unique skins, ranging from beloved Operators to pop culture crossovers. Some original Warzone skins even gave players a tactical advantage, and soon, they will be gone forever.

Once Call of Duty: Warzone Caldera shuts down on Sept. 21, 2023, players will no longer have access to any of their original Warzone skins. Only cosmetics from Warzone 2 and beyond will remain for players to use, forcing us to say goodbye to some of the best Warzone skins the game has ever seen.

Check out 7 original Warzone skins we’re mad are gone.

Bloodletter (Nikto)

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Nikto made his first appearance in Modern Warfare (2019) before coming to the original Warzone in 2020. The Operator was part of the Nikto: Take No Prisoners Bundle, and despite costing 2,400 COD points, almost every player had the Bloodletter skin on Verdansk.

The Operator recently made a reappearance in the Warzone Season 4 Battle Pass. Compared to the other recent Operators in Warzone, Nikto was a welcome sight, even if he looked slightly different. His new gear sports green detailing, giving the Operator more color than his original black and grey outfit.

The Bloodletter skin was the nicer of the two, but unfortunately, players only had the chance to obtain the Operator in his updated look.