This Halloween, find out how to acquire the Ghostface operator from Scream.
The Warzone Ghostface Scream skin has been released early, and any operator who wants to bring this Halloween mask into Verdansk will want to know how to get it. The Scream mask, which is connected with the teenage slasher killer Ghostface, is a mainstay of Halloween horror and trick-or-treating around the world, and it will soon be included to Call of Duty Warzone. In our guide below, we’ll go over everything we know about getting the Warzone Scream skin, also known as the Ghostface mask and costume.
How to get the Ghostface operator and the Warzone Scream Skin
We don’t have an official means to get the Warzone Scream skin yet, but we have a number of ideas as to what the answer might be if you want to dress up as Ghostface, as well as some information from both hackers and official channels on when Ghostface will be accessible.
The initial information we learned about the Scream skin came from a glitch that emerged for some players before the game’s release date, as well as dataminers and leaks who discovered the character early, along with a similar skin for fictional characters Donnie Darko.
Scream Deathmatch, unearthed by dataminer HeyImAlaix (thanks to Call of Duty News), appears to be a tie-in game mode that looks like some sort of stealth-focused experience about survivors dodging the killers till the finish of the match. It’s similar to Dead By Daylight, except with burly goons instead of terrified youngsters.
We only have previous experience to draw on when it comes to how players gain the skin for themselves. Previous Halloweens have had movie tie-ins such as Leatherface and Jigsaw, and on such occasions, the characters may be purchased with Cod Points, an in-game currency that is normally purchased with real money (though can be earned for free by completing the Season Pass). If this continues the case, users will most likely only have a little window around Halloween to purchase Ghostface.
When will the Warzone Scream Skin be released?
Following the leaks, Call of Duty Warzone has officially declared a release date for the Scream character, albeit in ambiguous wording. “Scares start on 10/19,” according to the official Call of Duty Twitter account, which took advantage of the attention around the issue to disclose the operator in a proper capacity.
If this is correct, gamers will be able to access Ghostface in the near future, however we don’t know how long the Halloween event will go (until the end of October at the very least, presumably). Of course, we’ll update this page as we learn more, so keep an eye on this page for the latest information.