American video game developer Activision at an event today, revealed “the future of Call of Duty.” It showed off another look at the upcoming Modern Warfare II along with the fresh details on an all-new Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 experience. It also gave a peak at the mobile version that is going to be released next year.
Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0
Battle Royale now called Warzone 2.0, will launch on November 16th on console and PC. Activision describes it as “a fully revamped experience.” The new version of the Battle Royale will launch on November 16th on console and PC and is described as “a fully revamped experience.” According to the showcase, the map features a fictional desert region called Al Mazrah and includes new features like the appearance of multiple circles, forcing players in different directions, and AI enemies to add a bit more fun. The new Warzone experience is built on the same engine as Modern Warfare II.
Launching in 2023, the mobile version of Warzone is a Battle Royale for 120 players specifically built for mobile devices. It will include mobile-specific events, playlists, and content. The developers suggested that players can share social features and “players can share many social features and cross-progression enabling a shared battle pass and more for a connected Call of Duty experience.”
Modern Warfare II
Releasing on October 28, Modern Warfare II will be the beginning of a new Call of Duty experience. Activision shared a few details about the multiplayer mode including a notable 3v3 mode called “raids”. This new mode will “focus on team communication and coordination like never before.” The new game will also include a third-person mode to give players an additional perspective. Players who preordered will be able to check it out for themselves very soon: An open beta for Modern Warfare II is being released on September 16th on PlayStation and September 22nd on Xbox and PC for players who preordered the game.
Call of Duty Facing Headwinds
Starting with the failed release of Vanguard, Call of Duty is in the middle of a dispute between Microsoft and Sony about the game’s exclusivity. Activision is currently in the process of being acquired by Microsoft and once the acquisition is over Sony is worried that Call of Duty could become an Xbox exclusive. Even though Microsoft said this is not the case, Sony called out the US tech giant saying that the former’s statement was “inadequate on many levels.”We hope you love our reviews! For your information, we do earn money from commission in the link in the content! For more information click here!