FaZe Swagg gets a tattoo as Warzone streamers react to loadout drop changes

FaZe Swagg Warzone Tattoo: FaZe Swagg sat in a kitchen in a black tee

Ahead of Warzone Pacific Season Two, Raven Software has decided to make amends with its community and revert an unpopular change made with Caldera’s release. As of today, Warzone players will now be able to purchase loadout drops from buy stations from the start of the match. This is something a lot of players have been asking for – and the reactions online have been as entertaining as the update itself.

Earlier this year, popular streamer Kris ‘Swagg’ Lamberson tweeted the studio claiming that he would “tattoo Raven Software on [his] right cheek” if it reverted the changes made to buying loadout drops. It took just under a month until the changes were made and Raven’s social media manager called Swagg out on his promise.

Being the good sport that he is, Swagg followed through and got Raven’s logo tattooed on his bum, tweeting a photo as evidence. Raven even made this photo their profile picture on Twitter temporarily, giving everyone a good look at Swagg’s new ink.

While a lot of fans saw this as a bit of fun, a few found it unprofessional and fellow FaZe Clan member and Warzone streamer Kalei ‘Kalei’ Renay used it to raise an important point about double standards in the industry.

In a now-deleted thread of tweets, Kalei explained that she “wasn’t allowed to get a captain spot” in a FaZe-hosted Call of Duty tournament due to “over sexual tweets” – yet, Raven is using an image of Swagg’s bum as its profile picture.

While she’s asking fans to think about what it’s like to be in her situation she reassures fans that this isn’t a dig at her clan-mate Swagg and that she finds the whole situation funny.

NYSL’s Aydan ‘Aydan’ Conrad also found the tattoo amusing and was brave enough to follow Swagg’s claim with his own, tweeting Raven that he would get a similar tattoo if they added a Warzone ranked mode.

Commenting on the loadout drop change itself, Zack ‘ZLaner’ Lane, Tyler ‘TeeP’ Polchow, and Timothy ‘TimTheTatman’ Betar all took to social media to express their relief that this unpopular alteration had been amended.

We don’t know how much influence Swagg and his tattoo pledge actually had in having these changes made, but perhaps there are a few more Raven-themed tattoos coming down the line for Warzone players looking to improve the battle royale.