Black Ops Cold War players can't unlock Diamond camo thanks to a bug
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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is just under four weeks old but has experienced a year’s worth of bugs already. From game-breaking crashes to various glitches, players have a good amount to report to Treyarch. However, there’s not been a bug more reported than the Mastery camo glitch currently ravaging multiplayer. Mostly involving Diamond camo, this Black Ops Cold War bug has been in the game since the full launch in November. Players are experiencing tracking issues with the skin and in turn, are not able to equip Diamond or even Dark Matter.

Diamond camo currently glitched in Black Ops Cold War

If you’ve gone through the trouble of unlocking camos in multiplayer, you understand how difficult the challenges actually are. From the annoying Point Blank kills to the seemingly random Shoot and kill from cover challenge, going for Gold camo is no picnic.

However, the rewards for earning Gold is worth it for most players. Diamond camo looks fantastic in Black Ops Cold War and Dark Matter Ultra is the ultimate status symbol. Unfortunately for some, the reward isn’t immediately accessible.

Some unlucky few, including us here at Daily Esports, aren’t receiving Diamond camo upon completing Gold for every weapon in a class. The tracker for the camo seems to be bugged, as it will only show you’ve completed 3/5 or 4/5 weapons.

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Image via Activision

For players who spent hours completing challenges, this is extremely frustrating. Although, a fix is seemingly on the way according to Treyarch’s Trello board. In the “Fixed and Scheduled” category is the Mastery camo bug. The date for the fix is with the December 8 patch, which was recently announced as a part of the Season 1 delay.

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Image via Treyarch

Assuming all goes according to plan, the Mastery camo bugs should be resolved this week. Make sure to stay tuned to Daily Esports for all Call of Duty news.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.