Warzone switching to the Pacific island of Caldera was one of many changes that arrived as part of the Season 1 update. Along with a brand-new map, Raven Software changed loadouts in a way where players were unable to purchase them as soon as they had enough cash.
The change received a wealth of backlash, with FaZe Clan member Swagg pledging to get a tattoo of the Raven Software logo if Loadout Drops returned to normal.
On February 3, 2022, the developer reverted the changes leading to Swagg following through on his promise.
FaZe Swagg Raven Software Tattoo
A few hours after the update rolled out across all platforms, Swagg unveiled the fresh ink aptly captioned "I never [cap]." Much to the surprise of the community, the post went viral as thousands of fans shared the image.
Raven Software is now a permanent feature on the Warzone superstar. The act even gained the approval of the official Call of Duty Twitter account, stating Swagg is "A (cheeky) man of his word." In addition, Raven Software decided to take it a step further by making the new tattoo its Twitter profile picture.
It's not the first time gaming personalities have made ambitious bets that come to fruition. 100 Thieves founder Matt 'Nadeshot' Haag lost a wager where 100,000 retweets were needed for the former OpTic Gaming star to receive an embarrassing tattoo on his arm.
With tattoo wagers becoming increasingly popular, it's only a matter of time before another content creator receives another questionable piece of artwork.