Popular Warzone streamer FaZe Swagg followed through on his promise to get Raven Software's logo tattooed on his butt if they were to revert the unpopular Loadout Drop delay that was introduced in Warzone Pacific Season 1. Raven Software reverted the Loadout Drop change on Thursday, and a few hours later he had their logo tattooed on his body permanently. He is a man of his word, it seems.
"I NEVER CAP @CallofDuty" the streamer said in his tweet revealing the tattoo to the world.
Raven Software changed their profile picture to Swagg's new tattoo, after earlier today retweeting FaZe Swaggs's original post in which he promised "I'll tattoo Raven Software on my right cheek for you to revert the loadout change."
The Loadout Drop change that was reverted locked the Loadout Drop functionality of Warzone, wherein players can call in custom loadouts for themselves, from being available in the early game. This change was heavily criticized by the Call of Duty community because it fundamentally altered the gameplay pace and loop that set Warzone apart from other Battle Royales. After an entire season of Caldera with this frustration, Raven Software finally decided to return the Loadout Drops to be available immediately upon landing.
The COD community had been grateful for the return to form, even FaZe Swagg, who now has a tattoo to remember this patch by.
Aaron is an esports reporter with a background in media, technology, and communication education.