Call Of Duty Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2.0 Season 1 Patch notes are here – The upcoming update will include a lot of exciting new features to satisfy Battle Royale and multiplayer enthusiasts. In a new blog post from Infinity Ward, the developers have revealed what you can expect from the first season of the latest Call of Duty title, and here’s everything you need to know about it.
On the Modern Warfare 2 side, fans will see the return of two iconic maps from the series in Shoot House and Shipment, which have been redesigned for the latest title. Additionally, while Ranked Play is currently being developed by Infinity Ward alongside Treyarch, featuring modes like Hardpoint, players can satisfy their competitive needs with the new CDL Moshpit Playlist, Search and Destroy, and Control.
Special Ops is also getting a new mission called High Ground, which sounds fun. Additionally, Activision has also confirmed that Raids will drop as a mid-season update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
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Call Of Duty Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2.0 Season 1 Patch notes are here, check details
Season 1 will also bring a new Battle Pass that players can purchase. Along with several cosmetics and other cool items, players will also receive four new weapons – the Victus XMR Sniper Rifle, the BAS-P SMG, the Chimera Assault Rifle, and the M13B Assault Rifle. In addition, there will be three new operators in Zeus, Klaus, and Gaz alongside the three football stars Neymar, Pogba, and Messi who will join as part of the collaboration through the Modern Warfare FC event.
On the Warzone side of things, fans are excited to try out all the new features that will be part of the Call of Duty Battle Royale experience. Along with the game’s newest map in Al Mazrah, COD players can’t wait to try out the new vehicles, Gulag, and other features like Proximity Chat, third-person playlists, Aquatic Combat, and many more. In addition, the game will also launch with a new mode in the DMZ that will include faction-based missions. While most of the community was intrigued by the concept, popular Twitch streamer Shroud didn’t quite make it.
In a recent stream, Shroud claimed that DMZ feels like a revamped version of Plunder from the original Warzone. While some players have suggested that DMZ functions as a casual variant of the hardcore FPS title, Escape from Tarkov, the streamer clarified that the two games are vastly different, as Warzone 2.0 lacks all of these elements.