Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 is a free-to-play battle royale first person shooter developed by Infinity Ward and published by Activision.
It features a new map and gameplay mechanics, and is also built on an upgraded engine.
A new Battle Pass with a new format, RICOCHET Anti-Cheat in Warzone 2.0 and DMZ, three new weapons, and balance changes are live.
The new Battle Pass will be built around a combat map that players will be able to navigate freely, targeting specific rewards.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer says Microsoft will have "no issues" with "a longer-term commitment that Sony would be comfortable with."
The upcoming battle royale shooter is due out on November 16, and brings with it a new map, new gameplay mechanics, and more.
We're approaching the next big Call of Duty battle royale experience with some trepidation- here's why.
The next big free-to-play Call of Duty battle royale experience is launching for PC, PlayStation, and Xbox on November 16.
Other additions include persistent Prestige progression, several new weapons, a new Spec Ops mission, and more.
Activision says the new Battle Pass system will allow players to have "more choices and more agency than ever before."
The battle royale shooter will go offline on November 16 upon the launch of Warzone 2.0, before relaunching as Warzone Caldera later in the month.
Activision will be unveiling the next Call of Duty battle royale experience and the new extraction-based mode later this week.
Xbox hopes to treat Call of Duty like Minecraft and bring it to as many platforms as possible, including the Nintendo Switch.
Beenox and Toys for Bob are allegedly developing it with Infinity Ward "leading the narrative" and Raven Software "consulting on gameplay ideas.".
Going by Microsoft's statement against UK's Competition and Markets Authority, it could be a while before we see Call of Duty games on Xbox or PC Game Pass.
Those playing the shooter on PlayStation and Xbox consoles will not need to link accounts with phone numbers.
Infinity Ward has worked "very hard" on the systems, noting that storage and going back and forth between title menus has been "hotly debated."
Available at launch, DMZ is a new extraction mode where players can define their win condition while dealing with lethal NPCs and each other.
Prominent insider Tom Henderson says that the free-to-play battle royale shooter will be renamed to "Warzone Caldera".
A reported leak has revealed the release date for the revamp of the Call of Duty battle royale game, dubbed Warzone 2.0.
The Call of Duty: Next showcase will also provide information on Call of Duty: Warzone on mobile along with some "redacted" info and surprises.
The free-to-play battle royale sequel is confirmed to be in development for PC and consoles, but hasn't yet been formally unveiled.
Activision has confirmed that Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 will launch later this year for PC and consoles as a cross-gen title.
Beenox is confirmed to be developing the PC version. It's also providing additional support along with Raven Software, High Moon, Toys for Bob, and more.
Warzone 2 is expected to arrive a "couple of months" after Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 based on a new report by insider Tom Henderson.
Prominent insider Tom Henderson has provided a rough recreation of what will supposedly be the map in the upcoming battle royale shooter.
New leak claims that the battle royale shooter will also bring back armour vests and an expanded version of Blackout's inventory system.
Known insider Tom Henderson has revealed potential new details on Warzone 2's map, its POIs, Strongholds, and more.
New alleged details have emerged on the battle royale sequel, claiming that it'll be more in line with Black Ops 4's Blackout than the original Warzone.
It seems a sequel to the battle royale shooter is going to be announced soon. It is allegedly built from the ground up for current-gen consoles.
A full-fledged sequel to the free-to-play battle royale shooter is allegedly in the works, and will release for Xbox Series X/S, PS5, and PC.