Finally Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 Has a Release Date

Finally Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 has a release date – it’s time to rumble!

Finally Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 Has a Release Date

Finally Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 Has a Release Date

The much-anticipated battle royale sequel of Call of Duty: Warzone 2 has a release date and also a new name finally.

The game was announced during the Call of Duty Next Livestream. Warzone 2 is set for a release date of November 16. This will be bringing the game into the hands of players just a few weeks after Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 launches in September. And also, there was an official name reveal that confirmed that it is not called Warzone 2 as originally anticipated but Warzone 2.0.

It will be released alongside its very first multiplayer season. And just like the original warzone, each seasonal update for Warzone 2.0 will be shared with the other call of duty titles. This, therefore, means that many of the new features that are now appearing in Modern Warfare 2 also will appear in the battle royale.

Warzone 2.0 Title Will Be Making Some Huge Changes to the Battle Royale

The Warzone 2.0 title will be making some huge changes to the battle royale. For beginners, it will be introducing a new map AI Mazrah which is a mix of expensive desert, towns, industrial areas, and plenty of water. You should also expect rocky peaks, claustrophobic corridors as well as subterranean caves.

Many of the points of interest on the map include an observatory fortress, marshlands, an abandoned village, an empty metropolis, and an airport. Rivers will be connecting all the major landmarks, with Warzone 2.0 depending heavily on the new aquatic features of call of Duty.

Other Features with the Warzone 2.0

Another thing to note here is that vehicles are also getting spruced up. A new physics and handling model with this title will mean that the vehicles will feel more authentic to drive but to also destroy.

As a player, you will be able to blow off tires in a bid to stall enemies, climb on the roof of cars for a combat advantage and also lean out of windows for additional firepower, although you will have to look after them. Tires will need to be repaired on the go and cars also will need to be refueled in the event that you want them to keep going.

With all that being said, that some really huge changes although they are not as big as the new third-person mode that is coming to modern warfare 2.


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