Black Ops 4: How to unlock Gold, Diamond, and Dark Matter weapon camos in Zombies mode - Dexerto
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Black Ops 4: How to unlock Gold, Diamond, and Dark Matter weapon camos in Zombies mode

Published: 1/Feb/2019 19:37 Updated: 1/Feb/2019 20:09

by Alan Bernal

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Treyarch have finally added the illustrious Gold, Diamond and Dark Matter weapon camos to the Zombies portion of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.

Treyarch is expanding its customizable feature to the entire Black Ops 4 ecosystem, as the company added the same feature January 31 to their Blackout battle royale mode, with Zombies fans now being able to unlock the prestigious camos.

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In a new Game Settings Update, Treyarch has brought camo progressions for the highest tier of skins to Zombies for players to show off while mowing down hordes of the undead.

via MrRoflWaffles YTThe fully mastered Dark Matter skin.

First things players might notice is that the camos don’t transfer over from Multiplayer. The company has been steady on their resolve that these skins “are designed to represent that players have completed a mode-specific challenge progression. ”

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To get the Gold skins, players will need to have unlocked the previous camos for that specific gun. Then the challenge thickens for the Diamond camo that requires players to get the Gold on all of the guns in that weapon’s class.

As for unlocking the Dark Matter skin, players will have to pull through the drudgery of unlocking all Gold camos for every weapon in the game. The Diamond and Black Matter camo also feature a reactive design once the user hits 250, 500, 750, 1000, 1500, and 2000 kills throughout the game and 50, 100, 200, 300, 400, and 500 headshots, respectively.

via MrRoflWaffles YTThe last stage of the Diamond camo.

Players that acquire the skins will be in for another pleasant surprise as all of the Mastery Camos come with changing parts. The Gold skin becomes animated if Pack-a-Punch’d once, while acquiring an added electrical effect if completely Pack-a-Punch’d.

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Players will find that unlocking the skins won’t be too hard, but it will definitely ask them to put some meaningful time into the Zombies mode.

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Warzone players and streamers report invasion of hackers coming back

Published: 14/Oct/2020 18:23

by Tanner Pierce

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While the takedown of one site’s exploits seem to have caused some momentary quiet for a couple weeks, Warzone hackers are apparently making a comeback in a big way, according to a number of players and streamers.

Over the past few weeks, it seemed like hackers in the PC version of Warzone had finally gone down a bit.

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One of the primary culprits behind distributing exploits for the game, EngineOwning, stopped releasing hacks for the game and, to some people’s surprise, it appeared to actually curb the number of cheaters. That is, until now.

Now, in mid-October, people are once again noticing a disturbing rise in the number of hackers in Warzone. Some players are claiming that the increase is, once again, possibly due to the aforementioned site, or another similar one, which have apparently made a comeback in some way, shape, or form.

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FaZe Pamaj claims he got into a lobby that was hacked, highlighting the fact that there were only 37 people left in the second circle, which is definitely suspicious.

In a reply to Pamaj, former pro player and analyst for the Call of Duty League Joe “MerK” DeLuca claimed that “one of the main sites” for cheating was back up and running.

YouTuber Symfuhny and Twitch streamer SypherPK also took to Twitter to complain about hackers recently, with the former stating that, while the cheaters were gone for a bite, they seem to be back.

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These tweets line up with Twitter user @Redrxk’s claims that the site indeed made a comeback, after he interviewed a hacker live on air about the cheats that he was using. According to him, the company rereleased the hacks during the week of October 12, 2020, which is why there’s been such a resurgence.

It’s interesting to point out, however, that if EngineOwning is at fault here, the problem might already be solved. According to some people in the forums, players have been receiving automatic bans if they boot up the game with the new cheat installed.

Currently, the website has downloads for the cheat disabled and, like before, the company has it’s Warzone/Modern Warfare cheats labeled as “detected”, which means that Infinity Ward and Activision can see players using these cheats.

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Right now, it’s unknown what’s to become of the situation, but if there’s any updates, you can be sure to find them here on Dexerto.