Call Of Duty Warzone 2.0 is set to release on November 16
Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 will be available on November 16 at 10:00 a.m. PDT/1 p.m. EDT/6 p.m. GMT, according to Activision. The first Warzone will be taken offline at 8 AM PT/11 AM ET on November 16, the day Warzone 2.0 debuts. Activision has announced that cosmetics won’t be ported over to the new game and is taking the first Battle Royale offline for 12 days to concentrate on making the sequel stable. Additionally, Activision has verified that any cosmetic items you may have bought for the original Battlezone won’t transfer to the new game.
Warzone 2 will release a little more than two weeks after Modern Warfare 2 launches on October 28. This will give the solo game some breathing room before a complex Battle Royale feature is introduced. November 16 will see the release of Warzone 2.0 and the start of Modern Warfare 2’s Season 1. With its captivating narrative and multiplayer, Modern Warfare 2 has undoubtedly kept fans interested. However, with Warzone 2 soon to be released, the Call of Duty: Battle Royale experience is almost here.
On November 16, Warzone 2 will be released, while Modern Warfare 2 Season 1 will start. In both games, players climb through military levels to receive season-long advancements and bonuses. Since Modern Warfare II was released on October 28, players have had around two weeks to improve their weaponry before Warzone 2.0 is released to receive season-long advancements and bonuses. Since Modern Warfare II was released on October 28, players have had around two weeks to improve their weaponry before Warzone 2.0 is released. On October 28, players will be able to level their weapons and play through the campaign and multiplayer mode for the first time.
During the event, the Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer mode’s full unveiling was also presented. The following day, an open beta for PlayStation players began. Fans may definitely anticipate Season 1 of Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 on Wednesday, even though it is not specifically mentioned in the Activision internal documents. Activision announced that the upcoming sequel to the company’s smash hit Battle Royale would work on both old and new hardware at the same time that Modern Warfare 2 was shown off on June 8.
When Warzone 2 is released, Season 1 will have a brand-new battle pass, Al Mazrah exploration, and a brand-new DMZ mode. The inclusion of the Al Mazrah map, which was briefly discussed at the Call of Duty: Next preview, is going to be one of the more fascinating new features in Warzone 2. Additionally, developer Infinity Ward has given us a sneak peek at Al Mizrah, the new map for Warzone 2, as well as some of the areas players will be able to explore, including what seems to be an airport based on the Terminal Map, a fan favorite.