Call of Duty: Warzone 2 finally has a release date
The much-anticipated sequel to the popular battle royale game, Call of Duty: Warzone 2, will finally be available. Warzone 2 whose release date was revealed during the webcast for Call of Duty Next, is scheduled for release on November 16. This will get it into the hands of players only a couple of weeks after the premiere of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, which is scheduled to take place in October. It will launch at the same time as the game’s first season of multiplayer. As was the case with the first iteration of Warzone, each seasonal update for Warzone 2 will be shared with the other Call of Duty games. This means that a significant number of the new features introduced in Modern Warfare 2 will also be available in the mode known as Battle Royale.
The battle royale mode will undergo some significant revisions in Warzone 2. To begin with, it will bring a new map known as Al Mazrah, which features a combination of a vast desert, industrial areas, villages, and a great deal of water. Be prepared for tight passages, rocky peaks, and underground caves as you make your way through this maze. A fort, an observatory, an abandoned village, marshlands, an airport, and an empty metropolis are some of the points of interest that may be found on the map. Warzone 2 will mostly use the new water features in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, such as rivers that will connect all of the important locations.
The appearance of the vehicles is also being improved. Because of the new physics and handling model, they will feel more authentic to drive, but they will also feel more authentic to destroy. You will have the ability to lean out of windows for additional firepower, jump onto car rooftops for a fighting advantage, and blast off tires to delay foes in their tracks. However, you are responsible for their well-being. If you want vehicles to keep going, you have to make impromptu repairs to their tires and fill up their gas tanks. That’s a significant amount of progress, but it’s not quite as significant as the new third-person mode that’s being added to Modern Warfare 2.