In September, the original ‘Call of Duty: Warzone’ battle royale will end

In September, the original ‘Call of Duty: Warzone’ battle royale will end

Call of Duty, the first battle royale game available for free: On September 21st, Warzone, formerly known as Warzone Caldera, will come to an end. Activision stated in a blog post that this will enable developers to concentrate on “future Call of Duty content including the current Warzone (originally called Warzone 2.0) free-to-play experience.”

On that date, online services, inventories, and all player progress will expire. However, any Caldera content purchased in Vanguard, Black Ops Cold War, or Modern Warfare will still be playable in those games.

In 2020, Warzone was released. It had two modes of play—battle royale and plunder—and a single map called Verdansk that could hold up to 150 players at once. With Modern Warfare 2019, it shared weapons, cosmetics, and a battle pass. It was reportedly played by 30 million people just 10 days after launch, making it an immediate hit.

Call of Duty was given the game’s new name: Warzone Caledera, named after the Caledera map from 2021, will be available following the November 2022 release of Warzone 2.0. Game of the Year: Activision is encouraging original Warzone players to switch over to Warzone, which was recently renamed Warzone. There will be three Battle Royale maps, including the brand-new Vondel map from Season 4, as well as Ranked Play, the DMZ Beta with five distinct Extraction Zones, BlackCell offerings, and more, it said.

However, some players are dissatisfied because earlier battle royale games, such as Blackout from Black Ops 4, still have active servers, whereas Warzone did not. Others are dissatisfied with the distribution of resources to the Warzone: Kotaku says that some people have mentioned that they will lose all of their Warzone cosmetics in Mobile.

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