Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0's new small map has been revealed to be Ashika Island. More details are set to be revealed later today.
Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0's second season will bring back a popular feature from the original Warzone: 1v1 firefights in the Gulag.
Players will likely have an easier time getting their hands on complete loadouts in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 with this new update.
Despite various issues, the free-to-play battle royale shooter is a massive hit. It's available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, and PC.
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.
Beenox and Toys for Bob are allegedly developing it with Infinity Ward "leading the narrative" and Raven Software "consulting on gameplay ideas.".
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".
Since launching in 2020, Call of Duty: Warzone has had over 125 million players. Over 3,000 people are working on the franchise currently.
Phil Spencer has stated at an Xbox Game Studios employees meeting that the QA Team's unionisation at Raven Software will be recognised by Microsoft.
The 2009 action game still stands as a true diamond in the rough.
Activision attributes the steep drop-off to lower player engagement in Call of Duty: Warzone and relatively lower sales for Call of Duty: Vanguard.
This comes shortly after many employees at across the company chose to form a labour union to combat poor workplace conditions.
The new season for Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Vanguard is officially live for PC and consoles, bringing in plenty of fixes and new content.
Infinity Ward co-studio head Patrick Kelly has confirmed that all games in the series going forward will run on the same engine.
Both games are "designed together from the ground-up" and will use a new engine, with the Warzone sequel being billed as "a massive evolution of battle royale."
Improvements will be made to movement, bugs, performance and streaming, connectivity, and much more.
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.
A Bloomberg report states that contractual obligations will see Activision releasing at least three new Call of Duty games on PlayStation despite its impending acquisition by Xbox.