The version of Call of Duty: Warzone that launched in March 2020 will be renamed “Warzone Caldera”, according to a new report, and will continue to receive updates alongside Warzone 2.
With more information about Warzone 2 on the horizon as part of the upcoming Call of Duty Next, some fans have wondered what exactly will be happening with the original version of Warzone. Reporter Tom Henderson on Twitter claims the game will be undergoing a name change on November 28, and that “it looks like original Warzone will continue to receive updates/DLC.”
Going off the new name, it seems the original Warzone going forward will focus primarily on the Caldera map set in the Pacific, which was introduced as part of what Activision Blizzard called “Warzone Pacific” alongside Call of Duty: Vanguard Season 1 in November 2021. Warzone originally launched five months after the release of 2019’s Modern Warfare, and heavily featured characters and weapons from Infinity Ward’s latest entry in the franchise. Like its predecessor, Warzone 2 will be launching some time after the October 25 release Modern Warfare 2, and will feature many of that game’s mechanics, vehicles, and weapons.
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Author: Cameron Koch