Warzone Sequel for PC
The event was mainly about announcing the upcoming release of the new Warzone 2.0 game for PC and console platforms. The company showed a new gameplay trailer for the same, with the announcement of a new map called Al Mazrah. The trailer showcased all sorts of new and fun things about the upcoming title, including new vehicles, helicopters, guns, and enhanced graphics.
The game will officially launch on November 2022, but users can already pre-register for it, just like they can do the same for Warzone Mobile on Android. They didn't say anything about the iOS version, but we assume it will also be launched in the coming months.
In addition to the launch of the game, the company also confirmed that the map called Verdansk will be available in the game after launch. They even showcased it in the gameplay reveal clip. It was first included in Modern Warfare and Black Ops Cold War, and since then, the developers have worked really hard to update its locations with new buildings and enhanced textures, as well as better AI circuits for weapons drops and AI engagement.
No Bots in Warzone Mobile
During the launch event, the company also announced some new features for the Warzone Mobile game: bot-free matches with your friends. This means that you can have matches with up to 120 real-life players fighting with each other, with not a single case of AI bot interventions to beef up your kill count artificially. This is great for local competitions where players often have to deal with bot-related problems while playing in intense team-based tournaments.
Second Chance In The Gulag
Another redeeming feature for players involved in intense shooting matches is the ability to return to the game even after dying. This is like other revival mechanisms featured in similar games, with the main difference being that you will have to participate in a 1v1 fight to win the right to revive yourself. This feature is already available in the PC and console versions of the game and will make the matchups that much more engaging.
Cross Progression Connectivity
Last but certainly not least, the company announced a major upcoming feature for the entire Call of Duty franchise, with the launch of cross-progression connectivity. This means that players can access their stats, weapons, skins, and other information across platforms, including Modern Warfare 2, Warzone 2.0, and Warzone Mobile. This means that not only will your progress on either PC, console or mobile platforms means something, but it will also be reflected across your entire game profile, no matter where you log in from. So, theoretically, users can grind for their Battle Pass on any of these platforms and still get the end prizes. Users will also be able to get in touch with their friends across platforms, so chances are that cross-platform gameplay may also become available sometime soon.
All of these changes will certainly make the Call of Duty gameplay experience a lot better for future gamers. We can't wait to get our hands on it to see how the promises hold up.