According to the rumors, Call of Duty: Warzone is reportedly getting a new WW2 Map.
Modern Warzone reported this year’s new Call of Duty is in development at Sledgehammer Games. In addition, the maker of 2017’s well-received Call of Duty: WW2, and is due out in late 2021.
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Modern Warzone also reports this game is codenamed Call of Duty WW2: Vanguard. By reports that will change the name in the future. While this may indeed, Activision’s current plan is to stick with the Vanguard subtitle for the final version.
Modern Warzone also reports “the entire game takes place in an alternate timeline. You can imagine it where 1945 wasn’t the end of World War 2” and is set in the 1950s. This detail isn’t quite right, and Vanguard has a traditional WW2 setting.
Above all, An open question is whether Vanguard is set for integration with Warzone. When announced Black Ops Cold War within Warzone, and its integration into the battle royale. While suffering from significant problems, it clearly boosted Treyarch’s shooter’s sales.
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Activision has yet to comment directly on the latest reports.
Speaking in February, Activision’s chief financial officer Dennis Durkin said: “We will benefit from a full year of Warzone driving upgrades to our premium content. It will provide incremental in-game player investment. We have a substantial opportunity to continue migrating the community to Black Ops Cold War as well as another strong premium release planned for Q4 in 2021.”
It sounds like Activision does not expect Call of Duty WW2: Vanguard. It doesn’t sell as many copies and Black Ops Cold War, however. “In our outlook, we are conservatively assuming Call of Duty premium units is lower year-over-year,” Durkin continued.
At the same time, According to Henderson, Warzone will get some WW2 experience.
Adding to this, Henderson seemingly hints that Sledgehammer Games will not be the developer of the map, which would, in turn, suggest Raven Software will make it as they are the primary Call of Duty: Warzone developer.
The Bottom Line
For now, take all of this information with a grain of salt. While the source is reputable and reliable, everything here is unofficial, subject to change, and conflicts with some previous reports and rumors. That said, if Henderson provides any more information or if Activision provides any comment, we will be sure to update the article accordingly.
In a Nutshell about Call Of Duty: Warzone
With Warzone set for a cataclysmic zombie-fuelled nuke event shortly, one that reportedly will usher in a significant ’80s-themed map change for Verdansk, the question is this: is Warzone set for a WW2-themed change in the future, too?
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